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The Department of Defense released a flurry of additional photos Friday of Air Force One's controversial Manhattan flyover taken in April.
A total of 146 photos were released of the incident, prompting some to question the reasoning behind the White House Military Office's decision not to make the mission more broadly-known.
At the time the incident, the lack of a heads-up outraged New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, who did not get advance notice of the flyover, who could send out a public warning. That resulted in many of frightened city residents evacuating office buildings, s
No way those are "press release" photos. Those are not even professional grade. They are from street level. The lighting is wrong. Those are the quickest thing they could round up in the absence of real photos.
Originally posted by RichieScott1
I found a link to the photo gallery showing many of the released pictures. The link is below if anyone is interested in seeing them.