On Wednesday, May 6th, the Montana National Guard will perform flyovers throughout the state of Montana to salute the heroes on the frontlines during COVID-19.  Two C-130's are scheduled to fly over more than 20 towns and are focusing on the healthcare facilities.

They are expected to move through the Livingston area around 1:10 p.m. Wednesday and then fly over Bozeman at about 1:20 p.m.

This is part of the Air Force Salutes program to lift morale, display readiness, and honor those on the frontlines during COVID-19.  Col. Buel Dickson, commander, 120th Airlift Wing stated,

These flyovers are a small gesture of appreciation to the heroes across the state. . . We are indebted to your service and appreciate your efforts in trying to keep our state safe.

Photo courtesy of the City of Livingston Facebook
Photo courtesy of the City of Livingston Facebook

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