Window World surpasses $1 million to Veterans Airlift Command

NORTH WILKESBORO, N.C. — Window World, a replacement window and home remodeling company, has surpassed $1 million in donations and in-kind contributions to the Veterans Airlift Command (VAC), bringing free, private air transportation to wounded veterans and their families for medical and other compassionate purposes.

For more than five years, Window World has partnered with the VAC in its mission to honor and assist combat-wounded veterans through a network of private aircraft and pilots. Since Window World began supporting the VAC over five years ago, it has transported over 150 passengers, logging 242 hours flying over 100,000 miles to more than 20 states. Window World recently completed its 62nd mission.


Photograph of 62nd Veterans Airlift Command mission by Window World: From left: Johnny Johnston (Chief Pilot, Window World), SSG Jarret Razon, Megan & SGT Rob Easley, Katy & SGT Cameron Stuart and Forrest Ferrell.

“Window World has been a world class supporter of the Veterans Airlift Command and the combat wounded veterans we serve,” said Walt Fricke, founder. “Not only have they provided important private air transportation, but they have engaged the entire franchise organization in supporting our work with significant financial contributions, ensuring that this service remains available to those who have given so much for our freedom. We would not exist but for the support of great Americans exemplified by the Window World family.”

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