The U.S. Navy Blue Angels are sending thanks over Florida’s skies on Friday.
“We salute and thank all healthcare workers, first responders and other essential personnel serving on the front lines of the fight against COVID-19,” is the mantra of both the Blue Angels and U.S. Aviation based armed forces Thunderbirds as they travel all through hard-hit territories of the nation that started in late April with flights together over urban communities like New York and Washington.
The two groups were preparing a month ago at the Blue Angels’ command post in Pensacola, yet have now separated with the Navy unit handling East Coast goals and the Thunderbirds traveling west.
Friday’s Florida stops started before early afternoon in Jacksonville, and the evening record took them to South Florida with a flight design from West Palm Beach down to Miami. Prior plans had the group making a trip over Tampa, yet those were nixed in front of the present examples.