CHICAGO: Navy pilots ‘Blue Angels’ announced that their next round of overflights is scheduled for Chicago this Tuesday, May 12 beginning at 11:45 a.m. The squadron encouraged people to watch from their homes.
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The US Navy ‘Blue Angels’. The USA released new information about their route for the Chicago flyby, as well as general hours to honor essential workers during the coronavirus pandemic.
These world-renowned Navy pilots have been paying tribute to a series of flybys in major cities across the United States.
The ‘ Blue Angels’ announced Sunday that the next round of overflights is scheduled for Detroit, Chicago, and Indianapolis on Tuesday, May 12.
The 15-minute flyover will begin at 11:45 a.m. and begins and ends south of Chicago at Jackson Park, with the Blue Angels traveling north and west as they tour the city.
— Blue Angels (@BlueAngels) May 11, 2020
The ‘Blue Angels’ encouraged people to continue practicing social distancing during the greeting.
“Residents must observe the flyover from the safety of their domestic quarantine and must refrain from traveling to view the flyover. Social distancing must be practiced at all times. ”
During the May 12 flyover, the group plans to fly across the skies of Detroit and Indianapolis as well.
“We salute and thank all health workers, first responders and other essential personnel serving on the front lines of the fight against COVID-19,” the group said in a Facebook post announcing the flyover.
Both the Blue Angels and Thunderbirds of the US Air Force. The USA They have been flying over cities across the country in honor of healthcare workers.