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      Honor a WWII veteran online

      The Changing of the Guard at Arlington National Cemetery

      If you have a loved one, living or deceased who fought in World War II, you can honor them on the WWII Registry.

      Bill Krzyk, organizer of Honor Flight Myrtle Beach, would like to see the name of every WWII vet appear on the registry.

      "It's a place where their name belongs, where we honor their service. Whether they never made it home from WWII, have since passed away or are still with us, this is a must do this holiday weekend", Krzyk said.

      To learn more about the registry and sign up yourself or a loved one who served in World War II, click here.