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The National Warplane Museum (located in Geneseo, NY) will be conducting flyovers in Western New York and Central New York on Saturday, May 16. The mission called “Operation Thanks From Above,” will honor first responders, health care professionals and essential workers.
The museum’s very own Douglas C-47, also known as the Whiskey 7, will lead the mission along with one other plane, the MadMax, which is a P-51 Mustang with a Merlin engine.
“This mission is one of many that are taking place across the country and we are honored to be a part of showing our gratitude and support for those on the front lines,” says Todd Cameron, a member of the team organizing the mission and director of flight operations at the museum.
originally posted by: incoserv
It's nice and pretty and all, but really ...
Not going to make a bit of difference in anybody's life.