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5 planes fly in formation

Five C-130's Flying

Requests for an Air Force flyover or static display must be made through the U.S. Air Force Aerial Events website.

If your request is approved by the Air Force and the Federal Aviation Administration, you may email the 19th Airlift Wing Public Affairs office for further coordination. In your email, include the request number and email confirmation provided by the U.S. Air Force Aerial Events website.