If you loved the Air Force Thunderbirds flyover a few weeks back, you'll be excited to know that Colorado is about to get another flyover... This time from the Colorado National Guard!
The Guard is planning an F-16 flyover in support of “the men and women who have been fighting on the front lines of the battle against COVID-19,” the Colorado National Guard said.
The event is part of Operation American Resolve, a nationwide effort to boost morale amid the pandemic.
Here's a schedule of when you can expect to see the planes...
- Greeley:4:35-4:38 p.m.
- Fort Collins/Loveland:4:38-4:42 p.m.
- Mountain communities:Estes Park, Vail, Aspen, Breckenridge, Frisco, Winter park – 4:42-5:10 p.m.
- Longmont/Boulder:5:10-5:18 p.m.
- Metro Denver:5:18-5:33 p.m.
- Colorado Springs:5:33-5:44 p.m.
The National Guard says flyover time windows may vary by 15 minutes.
A full list of locations, including specific hospitals the jets will be flying over, can be found on the National Guard’s website.