CLOSE An inside look at what it’s like to fly the military’s most advanced fighter jets. At a time when millions of Americans are sheltering at home, President Donald Trump revealed what the military has in mind to raise spirits: flyovers from the Navy and Air Force’s demonstration teams.Trump said the Air Force’s Thunderbirds and the Navy’s Blue Angels will conduct high-profile flyovers of American cities. “What we are doing is paying tribute to our front-line health care workers confronting COVID and it’s really a signal to all Americans to remain vigilant during the outbreak,” Trump said Wednesday. The Blue Angels and Thunderbirds combined Tuesday to pass together over Pensacola, Florida, the first time in three years that the two aerial teams have combined in the city. They soared over both Pensacola’s beach and downtown, at times trailing white smoke, as seen in videos taken of the demonstrations.The Blue Angels are based in Pensacola.The last time the F/A-18 Hornets of the Blue Angels and F-16 Fighting Falcons of the Thunderbirds combined in Pensacola was in April 2017 for a practice sessions.Eight of the Thunderbird jets flew over Las Vegas earlier this month “to show appreciation and support for the healthcare workers, first responders and


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