March 8, 2024

Warren County Veterans Court Holds Graduation Ceremony

Warren County Veterans Court Holds Graduation Ceremony

Guest speaker is the founder of Honor Flight Inc.

On March 6, 2024, the Warren County Veterans Court and Judge Gary Loxley held its 13th graduation ceremony since 2016, recognizing John Louisa.

This all-volunteer and intensive probationary program is set up to assist and rehabilitate veterans who have found their way into the Warren County court system. It requires a minimum of a year and a half, and up to a maximum of five years of supervision. “This is done with zero additional taxpayer money,” stated Judge Loxley.

“If our veterans were willing to sacrifice for our community, then our community, I believe, through the court system, is willing to take the time and effort to help get them back on their feet again,” said Judge Loxley.

Guest Speaker Captain (Retired) Earl Morse described how his work with approximately 300 World War II veteran patients under his care inspired him to do more for the “Greatest Generation.” What started off as volunteer pilots and six small aircraft has now become the Honor Flight Network, with hubs in 124 cities and over 300,000 veterans served.

The entire ceremony can be seen on channel GATV6, and on MVCC’s YouTube page.

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