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The Blue Angels zoomed across North Texas on Wednesday to honor frontline workers. Several people stepped outside the walls at the JPS Health Network’s main campus in Fort Worth to observe the salute Wednesday.

The airshow’s Facebook page says the Blue Angels are returning to NAS JRB Fort Worth for the first time since 2016.

The Blue Angels are one of several airshow performers, and one of the pilots says the performances are a perfect opportunity to spark interest in aviation and maybe inspire the next generation of airmen.

“I always go back to when I was six years old, watching the Blue Angels fly in Annapolis, Maryland. That sparked my interest. And, you know, here this weekend, we’re going to have young kids in the crowd that are going to watch the Blue Angels, watch the other performers, and hopefully that sparks their same interest,” said Thomas Zimmerman, also known as Blue Angel No. 6.

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