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CNS employees greet Honor Air veterans

Y-12 Deputy Site Manager Gene Sievers, left, and ProForce's Neal Wolfenbarger pose for photo at McGhee Tyson Airport in Knoxville, TN, as Wolfenbarger waits on his uncle to return from Washington, D.C.

Veterans Day is important to all Americans, but it carries an even more elevated meaning to those who have served our country in the Armed Forces. Not only are they recognized for their contribution, but the day demonstrates that the unique bonds brought about through military service remain strong long after the conflicts have finished.

Two Consolidated Nuclear Security managers and veterans, Ken Freeman and Gene Sievers, have volunteered their time to welcome home veterans who have visited Washington, D.C., as part of the HonorAir program. HonorAir Knoxville is a non-profit organization that takes World War II, Korean War and Vietnam War veterans to the U.S. capital to see the memorials built in their honor at zero cost to the veteran.

Read more about them.