Coming up on Friday, May 15th make sure you take your lunch period outside if at all possible because the Colorado Air National Guard is planning a salute to COVID-19 front line heroes with a flyover. This will be the second time an F-16 Fighter Falcon will do a flyover for us, expected to take place between 11:00 a.m. and 12:45 p.m.

The flyover will cover Brighton, Granby, Kremmling, Rifle, Fruita, Grand Junction, Delta, Montrose, Cortez, Durango, Pagosa Springs, Alamosa, Trinidad, La Junta, and Parker, Colorado.

As much as the Colorado Air National Guard is doing, they said in a press release that they still feel bad that they cannot fly over every town in Colorado as all front line heroes deserve the same respect.

Here are the approximate locations and times you will be able to see the aircraft for the flyover:

Approximate locations and times where the aircraft will be visible are:

11:03 am - Platte Valley Medical Center, Brighton, CO

11:11 am – Middle Park Medical Center, Granby, CO

11:14 am – Kremmling Memorial Hospital, Kremmling, CO

11:24 am – Grand River Health, Rifle, CO

11:31 am – Colorado Canyons Hospital & Medical Center Community Hospital, Fruita, CO

11:37 am – Saint Mary’s Hospital and Medical Center Heliport, Grand Junction

11:42 am – Delta County Memorial Hospital, Delta, CO

11:45 am – Montrose Memorial Hospital Heliport, Montrose, CO

11:55 am – Southwest Memorial Hospital-Emergency Room, Cortez, CO

12:00 pm – Animas Surgical Hospital, Mercy Regional Medical Center, Durango, CO

12:06 pm – Pagosa Springs Medical Center, Pagosa Springs, CO

12:14 pm – SLV Health Regional Medical Center, Alamosa, CO

12:24 pm – Mt. San Rafael Hospital, Trinidad, CO

12:33 pm – Arkansas Valley Regional Medical Center Helipad, La Junta, CO

12:48 pm – Parker Adventist Hospital, Parker, CO

All time windows may vary by 15 minutes or more.

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