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Topic - Vic Johnston
The Thunderbirds, the Air Force’s iconic air demonstration squadron, will soon take the skies again, after being temporarily grounded by defense budget cuts in April.
, but will take a few days to implement, Mr. Johnston said.
“The resumption of flying units in the combat Air Force represents the Air Force’s commitment to current combat readiness,” said spokesman Vic Johnston for the 633rd Air Base Wing.