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April 13, 2012

Home of the brave

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The 310th Fighter Squadron Top Hats perform a flyover at Chase Field for the Arizona Diamondbacks’ home opener against the San Francisco Giants. The Luke Air Force Base Honor Guard also participated in the game’s opening by displaying the colors during the national anthem. The formation pilots and the supervisor of flying, who directed the timing of the flyover from the baseball field, were honored by a roaring crowd during the seventh inning stretch. The D-backs went on to win the game 5-4, and actually swept the three-game series with the Giants.




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