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Thunder Over Dover Air Show Begins Saturday

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Dover, Del.- Excitement is zooming over Kent County as the Thunder Over Dover Air Show begins Saturday.

Military personnel will be zipping and flipping through the air Saturday and Sunday at the Dover Air Force Base.

“This weekend we a have pretty interesting show for you guys mainly because we have special guests from the UK, the Red Devils,” says Black Daggers member, Sergeant First Class Anthony Klotz.

To some, the show is all fun and games. However many of the groups will be showing real practices used in combat.

“The military free-fall aspect. All special forces guys have that capability,” says CW3 Christopher Wilkerson.

Of all the men and women performing, one Delaware native is especially happy to be home. Crew Chief Zachary Zistl grew up in Hartly.

“It’s super cool! All of my friends and family haven’t really seen what I’ve done day in and day out at the Air Force. To have them here and showcase what we’ve done is going to be awesome,” he says.

The opening ceremony begins Saturday at 11. The event is free to the public.

To find out where to park, see the line up, and other information for this weekend visit https://www.dover.af.mil/ThunderOverDover/

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