Look! Up in the sky! It’s the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds!
The Thunderbirds are flying over the Walt Disney World Resort this morning as part of a tribute video honoring fallen military heroes.
Heads up, Orlando!
If weather permits today, we’ll conduct our site survey for the @LockheedMartin Air & Space Show and kick-off National Veterans & Military Families Month with a @WaltDisneyWorld flyover in honor of current & past military members as well as fallen warriors. pic.twitter.com/T5HTY1hK4R
— Thunderbirds (@AFThunderbirds) October 29, 2020
In December, officials said the footage of the flyover will be included in the Gary Sinise Foundation’s virtual Snowball Express conference.
The conference helps the children of fallen military heroes, their surviving parents and guardians, and Gold Star families.
The Thunderbirds flight demonstration squadron is in the Orlando area for a local air show. The flyover of Walt Disney World marks the arrival of National Veterans and Military Families Month in November.
The flyover is a great tribute to those who served America. The Walt Disney World does a phenomenal job honoring those who serve. Having the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds is inspirational to viewers and helps us remember our fallen heroes.
Here is a video of their flyover of Epcot this morning:
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