With the coronavirus pandemic taking over all aspects of our lives, the country has been using several methods to show our appreciation to front line healthcare workers and associates.
The U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds are doing their part by performing flyovers to honor these workers during to NBC 4 Washington, one of the team’s newest members is a Howard University graduate and its first black female officer.
The regular shows have temporarily been placed on hold due to the coronavirus pandemic, but the Thunderbirds have been conducting flyovers across D.C., Baltimore, and Atlanta to pay special tribute to people on the front lines battling the pandemic.
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“I know a small percentage of African American officers, specifically female officers in the Air Force.
Nelson has spent eight years in the Air Force, serving mostly overseas.