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Jet flyovers give high praise to Vermont’s front-line workers

  • At the White River Junction VA Medical Center, Candice Salvas, of Lebanon, N.H., a surgical physician assistant, keeps an eye out for the F-35 flyover by the 158th Fighter Wing of the Vermont Air National Guard with her son Blake, 2, daughter Lillian, six months, and husband Patrick on Friday, May 22, 2020, in White River Junction, Vt. With them are Tim Counihan, a physician at the hospital, and Brittany Cantore, also a physician assistant. (Valley News - Jennifer Hauck) Copyright Valley News. May not be reprinted or used online without permission. Send requests to permission@vnews.com.

  • Vermont Air National Guard F-35 jets fly over the White River Junction VA Medical Center on Friday, May 22, 2020, in White River Junction, Vt. The 158th Fighter Wing did the flight across the state in honor of COVID-19 healthcare professionals, emergency responders and essential workers. (Valley News - Jennifer Hauck) Copyright Valley News. May not be reprinted or used online without permission. Send requests to permission@vnews.com.

Published: 5/22/2020 7:12:39 PM
Modified: 5/22/2020 7:12:26 PM

Front-line workers looked to the sky Friday as four fighter jets with the Vermont Air National Guard did flyovers of hospitals around the state to honor those helping to fight the COVID-19 outbreak. The F-35 Lightning IIs took off from the Guard’s base in South Burlington and did a counter-clockwise tour over Vermont that lasted about 90 minutes and hit 16 health care facilities, including the VA Medical Center in White River Junction.




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