The annual Derby Independence Day Parade yesterday kicked off with the Vermont Air National Guard is hosting a flyby over Vermont and parts of New York for the Fourth of July. The display was intended as a “heartfelt thank you” to the community for supporting the armed forces. “The 4th of July is a time when we come together as a nation to celebrate our freedom and honor those who have fought and continue to fight for it. This flyby serves as a powerful reminder of the sacrifice and dedication of our military personnel. I am grateful for their service, and I know the people of Vermont share that sentiment,” said Gov. Phil Scott. The flyover featured F-35s.
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