Another flyover will happen this week in Georgia to honor essential workers

It was a beautiful moment across metro Atlanta Saturday as the Blue Angels and Thunderbirds flew over.

On Thursday, aircraft from Dobbins will fly over North Georgia to salute front-line workers

Less than two weeks after the Blue Angels and Thunderbirds soared over metro Atlanta in a show of support for front-line workers, another flyover will happen this week in Georgia.

On Thursday evening, aircraft from Marietta’s Dobbins Air Reserve Base will fly over North Georgia hospitals “to salute health care workers, first responders and essential workers for their efforts during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.”

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According to Dobbins, the Air Force Reserve's 94th Airlift Wing will fly its C-130s over North Georgia hospitals, beginning in Marietta, and continuing on to Kennesaw, Canton, Jasper, Dalton, Rome, Cartersville and Hiram.

Residents in and around the North Georgia cities will be able to see the flyover from their homes and should follow social distancing guidelines, the Air Reserve Base notes.

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These are the approximate times for the C-130 flyover, according to Dobbins

  • 6 p.m.: Depart Dobbins Air Reserve Base
  • 6 - 6:03 p.m.: Kennestone Hospital in Kennesaw
  • 6:05 - 6:08 p.m.: Northside Hospital in Canton
  • 6:09 - 6:12 p.m.: Piedmont Mountainside Hospital in Jasper
  • 6:19 - 6:22 p.m.: Hamilton Medical Center in Dalton
  • 6:26 - 6:29 p.m.: Redmond Regional Medical Center in Rome
  • 6:27 - 6:30 p.m.: Floyd Medical Center in Rome
  • 6:34 - 6:37 p.m.: Cartersville Medical Center in Cartersville
  • 6:38 - 6:41 p.m.: Wellstar Paulding Hospital in Hiram

Credit: Courtesy of Dobbins Air Reserve Base

Credit: Courtesy of Dobbins Air Reserve Base

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