Members of the Falcon Flight Formation Team honored Baylor Scott & White health workers and emergency responders Sunday morning with a flyover in Temple.
The pilots say it was their honor to come to Temple to thank the men and women on the front lines who are risking their lives during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dozens gathered outside the medical center in Temple to watch 31 planes flying in formation.
Pilots started arriving in the Temple area Friday for a clinic put on by the Falcon Flight Formation Team. Most of them are from Texas, but some flew in from as far away as Green Bay, Wisconsin.
Along with the opportunity to thank first-responders, the flyover was part of the training process to give pilots a chance to put into practice everything they had learned on Saturday.
The Falcon Flight Formation Team was formed in the 1990’s and is from Round Rock. All members fly experimental category RV aircraft constructed from kits made in Oregon.