World War II tribute

World War II tribute, Aircraft to Fly Over DC on Friday

See above, dozens of WCI aircraft will fly over the district on Friday.
Around 70 World War II-era aircraft will have to fly over the Potomac River and downtown Washington, DC on Friday, September 25, 2020. Vintage aircraft destined for flyovers may include FG-1D thicker, P-like aircraft. 51 Mustang Lopes Hope, FM-2 Wildcat, and Spitfire.

David Kelly will participate in a major flyover in Washington, DC on Friday to celebrate the 75th anniversary of V-E Day when Nazi Germany officially surrendered to the Allies in 1945.

Designed to honor the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II, the event was organized by the Arsenal of Democracy. A similar flyover occurred in 2015 to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the end of the war.

This year’s flyover was originally scheduled for May, but was postponed due to COVID-19. If you were a D.C. at the beginning of this year. And had you been in the Baltimore area, you would have seen the Blue Angels and Thunderbird flyovers that honored essential workers.

The flyover schedule begins before the Potomac in Northern Virginia and along Independence Avenue and the National Mall. Then, they went to the U.S. Will roams near the Capitol and returns to his original airports. The first flyover was built around 11:30 am to pass the Lincoln Memorial.

Listeners are encouraged to practice social distance guidelines. Some of the best places to see include the National Mall, Key Bridge, and the coast in Old Town Alexandria. If you personally D.C. If you can’t, go to the Arsenal of Democracy Flyover Facebook page or website.