RED BANK, NJ: The flight paths for U.S. Navy Blue Angels and Air Force Thunderbirds over parts of New Jersey scheduled for tomorrow, have been disclosed

The flyover is a show of support to salute the healthcare heroes and essential workers on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic.

The 40-minute flight will begin at the George Washington Bridge around 12 noon, fly south along the Hudson River and then circle back over parts of northern Jersey.  The birds will veer east toward New York City and fly over parts of Connecticut and Long Island then head south towards the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge.

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For the NY/NJ Flight map, click HERE.

It’s a good guess that they’ll continue down the Jersey coast.

Typically, they fly low and the speed and thunderous engines are awe-inspiring and something not to be missed.

Based on the flight path map, the Jersey Shore should see these screaming US Navy F/A Hornet and Air Force F16C Thunderbird jets at an estimated time of 12:30pm.

A 30-minute second flyover Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst and will fly towards Trenton, then head south along the Delaware River to Philadelphia and the PA suburbs, concluding at 2:15pm around Wilmington, DE

For the Trenton/Philadelphia map, click HERE.

To get a taste of the what it’s like in a Blue Angel cockpit, watch this video by clicking HERE

To watch an awesome video of the US Air Force Thuderbird jets in action, click HERE

Set your alarm on your smartphones – you don’t want to miss this.

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