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UPDATE: Montana National Guard to conduct Helena flyover May 6
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UPDATE: Montana National Guard to conduct Helena flyover May 6

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Mayor Wilmot Collins announced that the Montana Air National Guard will be doing a city-wide flyover of Helena at 12:55 PM. In this photo, A Montana Army National Guard medic rappels from a Black Hawk helicopter Friday to deliver an American flag during a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new Jim Darcy Elementary School. 

Helena Mayor Wilmot Collins announced on social media that the Montana Air National Guard's city-wide flyover of Helena is now scheduled for 12:55 p.m. May 6. 

This is intended to be a salute to frontline workers and a show of support to the citizens of Montana for pulling together to fight COVID-19.

 

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