Stephanie Sparks and her son, KC, of Beaver Creek, videos the two C-130s, as they fly over the Minnesota Veterans Home in Luverne.Shortly after 1:05 p.m. Wednesday, May 13, two C-130 Hercules cargo planes flew over Luverne and the Minnesota Veterans Home where residents and essential workers watched the training run.U.S. Air Force Veteran Don Bryan (far left), with his wife, Lorna, waves to the C-130s planes as they fly over the Luverne Veterans Home, and Security Savings Bank co-worker Knute Oldre waves an American flag.Minnesota Veterans Home residents and essential workers wait for two C-130s to fly a training mission over the long-term care facility.The C-130s flew over Luverne after flying over Marshall. The pilots then turned east and flew over Worthington.

Flyover recognizes essential workers

Two C-130s out of St. Paul flew over the Minnesota Veterans Home in Luverne and several additional southwest Minnesota communities Wednesday, May 13, in a training exercise called Operation American Resolve. The statewide flyovers, which involved the Minnesota Air National Guard 133rd Air Wing and the Air Force Reserve 934th Air Wing, recognized workers on the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic response.

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