Four F-15E Strike Eagle attack planes from Seymour Johnson Air Force Base conducted a missing man formation flyover during a funeral in honor of retired pilot.
Brig. Gen. Robinson Risner, was a veteran of three wars.
He became an ace in the Korean War, and commanded a squadron of F-105 Thunderchiefs during Operation Rolling Thunder over North Vietnam in 1965. He flew 163 combat missions, was shot down twice, and was credited with eight MiG-15 kills.
And he was also a member of the 336th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, currently known as 336th Fighter Squadron. That’s why the 336th FS honored their former member with a flyover of four F-15E Strike Eagles from Seymour Johnson AFB, during the ceremony held at Arlington National Cemetery on Jan. 23, 2014.
The following video shows from an unusual point of view: the backseat of the leader plane of the missing man flyover.
Snow on the ground in Washinton DC? Al Gore must be in town ;-)
Does anyone else know what this retard is talking about?
Oh Look Ma, another Glo-BULL warming fanatic.
Here is another flying man formation recently flown in Norway by 5 SAR/police helicopter in honour of an ambulance helicopter pilot who had died a week earlier in a rescue attempt.