USAF Thunderbirds to Fly Over Las Vegas Valley Monday
The U.S. Air Force's Thunderbirds will fly over Enterprise and the Las Vegas Valley on Monday, April 19, the Thunderbird's team has announced.
The team was scheduled to perform in their first air show for the 2021 season in Cocoa Beach, Florida this weekend. According to the livestream for the airshow, their performance was delayed by weather and it is unclear if they were able to perform. Apparently a World War II-era plane had mechanical issues during the show and crashed into the water during the show, horrifying those watching the Air Show on the beach. You can see the crash in the video below which was uploaded to YouTube by The Sun.
The USAF Thunderbirds are scheduled to fly over Enterprise and the Las Vegas Valley on their way back to Nellis Air Force Base on Monday between noon and 1 p.m. Get outside to see them if you can - and show your support for the Thunderbirds and our great US military.