A Douglas C-47 named “Whiskey-7” and a P-51 Mustang named “Mad Max” took to the skies Saturday morning from the National Warplane Museum, in Geneseo, to conduct “Operation Thanks From Above.” The flyover was a salute to the local medical personnel and essential workers who have served and continue to serve the Southern Tier during the coronavirus pandemic. The Whiskey-7 is a WWII aircraft that was the lead aircraft in the second wave of the D-Day invasion. The aircraft flew over Randolph, Salamanca, Bradford, Pa., and Olean on their way to Binghamton to refuel and return to Geneseo.
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