Guard F-16s to
do night flights
SOUTH BURLINGTON — The Vermont Air National Guard says its F-16 fighter planes are going to be conducting night training missions.
The night flights will begin running through Friday this week and Nov. 19 through Nov. 22.
During the training periods, there will be two scheduled multi-aircraft takeoffs after dark.
All aircraft expected to be back on the ground and all operations completed during normal operating hours of the Burlington International Airport.MORE IN Vermont News
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