WASHINGTON D.C. (KOSA) -- The Permian Basin Honor Flight entered its second day on Friday.
As of Friday morning veterans had the chance to visit the National Museum of the Marine Corps, the Vietnam Memorial and the Lincoln Memorial.
At the Lincoln Memorial, one Korean War veteran met with a family member that he hadn't seen in a decade.
Al Curtis got to visit with his great-grandson Nicholas Davis who is stationed in the nation's capitol with the U.S. Navy.
"I didn't have a lot of time between us, we live in different states. I saw him a couple of holidays in a row but that's about it," said Davis.
"He looks great," said Curtis, "I remember when he was a little kid. He was aggressive like me."
Jay Hendricks will have the latest on Day 2 of the Permian Basin Honor Flight tonight on CBS7 News.