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Topic - Pamela Friend
"Flyovers allow the Air Force to demonstrate our capabilities firsthand to the American people and help to tell the Air Force story," she said. "Traditionally, the Air Force supports events such as the Rose Bowl Parade and game because it allows us to reach people both in-stadium and nationally through different media outlets."
"Flyovers are performed at no additional cost to the taxpayer - the supporting flying units use allotted operational flying training hours," she said. "Most flyovers occur in conjunction with a scheduled flying mission and provide excellent training.