Military flyover

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.
It's supposed to be a "touching display of American resolve that honors those serving on the frontline of our fight with COVID-19."
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