TULSA, Oklahoma - A group of World War II veterans spent the day in Washington, D.C. Wednesday as part of a program called Oklahoma Honor Flights.

The group of 105 veterans left from Tulsa International Airport early Wednesday on a day-long trip to see the World War II Memorial.

The veterans are accompanied by volunteers on the trip and will return home Wednesday evening.

This Honor Flight will be the 6th one from Oklahoma.  Five more flights are scheduled for this year, including one leaving Oklahoma City on June 6th, the 68th anniversary of the D-Day invasion.