Fort Hood Does Fly Over For Health Care Workers
Fort Hood helicopter pilots performed a flyover to salute health care workers in Central Texas Friday. It included 10 Hospitals around the area.
“This aerial salute honors our tremendous healthcare providers for their brave and tireless dedication to the soldiers, families, and civilians of Fort Hood," Maj. Gen. Scott L. Efflandt, III Corps deputy commanding general said in a statement. "These professionals enable our military mission and make Fort Hood, 'The Great Place."
The Blue Angels and Thunderbirds recently did a fly over New York City to pay tribute to the health care workers there. We've seen this happening all over the country to recognize those who are on the front line fighting COVID-19.
Thanks to Fort Hood and all military that take the time to salute the heath care workers. This a great way to show them the support they deserve as they put their own health at risk to help save lives.
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