(WXYZ) — The Michigan National Guard conducted the Michigan Strong, Hometown Air Force flyover celebrating frontline health care workers.
The Michigan National Guard KC-135 and A10 jets took flight Wednesday, over metro Detroit.
"Selfridge Air National Guard Base has been a cornerstone of Michigan communities for more than 100 years; and in support of our local communities and those front-line and mission essential workers, aircraft from your Michigan National Guard will conduct flyovers tomorrow across the Metro Detroit region," a post on Facebook read.
The Blue Angels flew over Detroit on Tuesday in honor of frontline health care workers. You can watch clips from that flyover below.
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