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Air Force Cuts Back On Air Show Flights
There will be less military hardware in the skies at America’s air shows this year.
FOX News Radio’s Jill Nado explains why from Washington DC:
(F-15 plane) The sound of the F-15. Crowds gathered at air shows across America won’t be hearing so much of it anymore. As well as the F-16, and the A-10. The Air Force is scaling back participation at air shows this year, and they’re cutting solo performances of those planes. They say the move’s going to save the Air Force more than $15 million dollars, and pilots will be able to do more than 900 more training flights, instead of acting as performers. The cut backs will not affect the Air Force’s top draw, the Thunderbirds.
Jill Nado, FOX News Radio.