A planned military flyover marking the anniversary of 9/11 was cancelled on Friday morning, after the decision to honor terror victims with a low-flying warplane was widely panned as tasteless and inappropriate.
The flyover, which lasted about half an hour, was billed as "a touching display of American resolve," and the first of several such displays planned over the coming weeks.
The Thunderbirds will be heading from the Bronx to the Statue of Liberty and back again.
They'll be flying at 1,500-2,000 feet.
They'll fly from JFK, over the Atlantic, through the Verrazano Narrows and over the Hudson River to the George Washington Bridge.
These bad boys cost $150 million each.
If you were as gaga as we were over the final voyage of the Starship Space Shuttle Enterprise yesterday, then you'll enjoy the videos below.
Get your cameras out: the Space Shuttle Enterprise is about to fly over NYC! Here's a livestream, and a map of where to see it.
Some pretty shots of the flyover from this morning—apparently it was the
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