Mon, Mar 15, 2010
Flights To Begin After Midnight Tuesday And Continue For Two
North American Aerospace Defense Command will conduct a
three-day exercise, Falcon Virgo 10-06, beginning Tuesday and
ending Thursday in the skies over the National Capital Region
(Washington, D.C.). There will be two flights per night on Tuesday
and Wednesday, with the first flight scheduled to take place
between 0000 until 0200 EDT and the second between 0400-0600 EDT.
There will be one flight on Thursday, which is scheduled between
0000 and 0200 EDT.
In the event of inclement weather, the exercise will take place the
following day. People can expect to hear and see NORAD fighter
aircraft, Civil Air Patrol aircraft, and Coast Guard helicopters as
they participate in these exercises.
The exercise has been carefully planned and will be closely
controlled to ensure NORAD's rapid response capability. NORAD has
conducted exercise flights of this nature throughout the U.S. and
Canada since the start of Operation Noble Eagle, the command's
response to the terrorist attacks that occurred on Sept. 11,
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