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Carson City resident takes nursing skills on WWII 'Honor Flight' trip

Carson City's Kim H. Neiman, a nurse at Renown Regional Medical Center, is in Washington, D.C. today to help an Honor Flight contingent of 40 World War II veterans visiting war memorials there.

This is the first Nevada flight in the non-profit Honor Flight Network program, and Neiman said she was overjoyed to be chosen to help as part of medical personnel accompanying the group.

"I was just real happy about it," she said. "My dad was World War II, my husband's dad was World War II. It's quite an honor."

Neiman, a retired U.S. Air Force Reserves colonel who …

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