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By expanding and growing the blessings of America if you believe in Justice if you believe in freedom, if you believe in peace, then you must cherish the principles of our founding and the text of our Constitution, our founding and our Constitution. It is a firm foundation upon which all progress is achieved. That's. Country is so strong, even despite terrible things that happened over the generations here this evening, our number of heroes who risked their own lives to uphold these values and to keep our communities and our country, said We are joined by the outstanding law enforcement officers who have been able to find in the front lines protecting our city's many of them facing down violent assaults from very bad. We are especially moved to be joined by the family of a great man fallen officer David Dorn, a 38 year veteran of the Saint Louis Police Department, who was killed last month in the city. He devoted his life to defending. David's great family. I wanna Thank you very much. the American people always support the courageous men and women of law enforcement and nobody embodies that better than David. Thank you very much please. And David is looking down right now and he's so proud of you and he loves you so much and thank you for being here. It's a great man. It's a great man. Tonight, we will salute the greatness and the loyalty and the power of the men and women who have defended our independence for 240 - four years. We will honor the amazing men and women of the United Never in history as a nation you so much power to advance so much good battlefields across the world and here at home are marked with the gravestones of the young pages who spent their final moments on this Earth to secure liberty and peace. Every child should be taught the military heroes who fought and died to make us free. These are great great people. These are great. Indeed, Have a greatest leaders and you shouldn't be recognized and even more for coming generations to see you know that this will make our country even stronger long into the future. In a few moments we will bear witness is to awesome aircraft representing every major military conflict over the last 75 years these planes once lost. All massive aircraft carriers in the fiercest battles of World War two they race through the skies of career's, take care of the American Warriors in the fields and jungles of Vietnam. They deliver a swift and sweeping you know that sweeping it was swift and it was sweeping like nobody's ever seen anything happen a victory. Operation Desert Storm A lot of you are involved in that a lot of you were involved. I was a quick one and they've gone around to dangerous missions all around the world to take out enemy terrorist and bring our soldiers home safe. As you know, we've killed this last year, the two leading terrorists of the last 10 years. I'm Baghdad and so many killed Gunn over. We're working to fully rebuild the armed forces of the United States. No one stands a chance two point, five trillion dollars we've invested all made in the USA. We've never had anything near the power and the equipment that we have right now. we did that over the last three years everywhere. in this Brampton flow, they bring down an American Thunder delivered an American Justice and they have fiercely defended every square inch of American. And they're still flames wings and engines. We've seen the story of America's daring defiance. It's so spirit and undying result throughout our history of our country. It has been tested and tried, but we have always want to victory whenever our way of life has been threatened. Our ancestors have responded with the same. Answer As those first Patriots who fought for independence, we are Americans and we never back down. We never give in and we never give up and we will never yield defense of our nation. We love our nation. We will only fight to win today. We thank God for the gift of life and for the blessings of Liberty. We honor the legends of our history that. Of our founding fathers and the giants of the past the heroes of today who keep us safe who keep us strong and proud and who keep us free once again. Happy July fourth to all our country is in great shape. Our military has never been stronger and many good things are going to happen next year. We will be one of the greatest years we've ever had. I wanna thank our men and women they are so good of the National Park Service, Air traffic control and the United States Military God bless you. God bless our heroes. God bless America and now let the flyovers begin. Thank you very much. Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome to the world renowned air Show now Sir Robb Beyer as he walks through our Salute of power from World War Two to the future. Please enjoy good evening, Mister President and first lady in the distinguished guest Santo and I'm honored to be your narrator for an aerial reviews to celebrate our Independence Day. Our flyover tonight will showcase airpower across time look at the screen. Look above Everything World War Two after we were brought in to World War two by the bombing of Pearl Harbor proceeding first two very important airplanes, No C 40 - seven. They were the military designation for the Douglass D C- Three the airliner that changed the way Americans travel Currys 20 -eights also involved in the D-Day invasion over. Six 1944 over 10000 of these aircraft were built following that as we move from here to Horizons to continue and World War 21 of the most famous aircraft of all time, you can see it in the Center of this formation, It is going to be 17 over 12700 of these were built during daylight over Europe bombing target. The military target is an industrial targets in Europe and all of the wings the S word fighters among the most well-known aircraft of all time that the North American Aviation P 50 - One Mustang over 15000 of those were built. They are among others were flown by the Tuskegee Airmen that because Hess to 15000 stories in Europe, North The Pirate request. The Rolls Royce designing all of those craft. Of the more than 15000 of those 51 built between 1940 and 1945 about a hundred and 60 remaining flyable in the world today this senator Herman Truman said it was investigating Committee called the Mustang for the most. Perfect pursuit in existence at the beginning of the war, even though we were attacked by Japan. A great deal of our effort went to our allies in Europe who were in being overwhelmed by Germany. However, the C 47 that we saw were not only active in the European Theater, but along with the disabled counterpart we are for the allied campaign. Guapo The Chinese, the Japanese army more mundane of the probably the greater the use of the C 47 to urgently needed supplies and including fuel and emissions and all theaters of the war. The Z, 47 flew missions over the MLA for many years to China, leading to the many of the tactics that will be used in the Berlin of 1948 to 49. As a warrior in you're going down to the P 50 -, one Mustang became more common and eventually with a pastor you, it was able to be used as a farmer as during Bowe b- 20 Super boards and against the Japanese homeland. But our fighting men and women who are being pounded by the Japanese at every turn of the Pacific They and those who need a President Roosevelt's to work on a plan to bomb the Japanese homeland that have been attack on the soil in over 2000 years, and he felt Invincible depending on the lieutenant Colonel Gdy Doa in general for the Army Air Force and do a little hats to the plan. Better than a general, but after a while my work, he was doing all kinds of I never intended to work together and on April eighteenth 1942 just four months after two of these aircraft approaching from the right to the b- 25 minutes of that, normally a third of a mile to take off from the USS aircraft carrier in only 467. The 16 planes to get to the Tap's homeland, but they're feeling the disability was broken and it needed personnel back for Homeland defense. It was a strategic turning point in the war and the names to this day. The air mission against which all other air missions have been measured the largest plane in our air, Our air force. In World War, two with a 99 foot long 140 feet wing span of a Boeing B- 29 Super Fortress, it push the to the technology with the first ever pressurized Department and radically advance and fire control system that allowed one gun at a fire control officer to direct four machine gun tourists, the Super Fortress that they would have the greatest impact of any aircraft in the Pacific Theater On August. 1929 A-b, 29, and the first atomic bomb on three days later, A-b 20 - nine like this drop the second bomb on to pass the police surrender at the end of the war, The Pacific on August nineteenth August fourteenth, 1945 of the 4000 b- 20 nines that were built you're seeing one only. The war in Europe and the war in the Pacific from here to horizons. The Korean war the conflict between the Democratic People's Republic of Korea and the Republic of South Korea International proportions in June of 1950 when North Korea supplied and advised by the Soviet Union invaded the South to the United Nations. The United States of the principles in the world. the side of the South Koreans and the People's Republic of China came to the North Korea's aid aerial warfare with a large factor in Korea. It was the first. However, piston engine aircraft were still used in a great way during the Korean conflict, and as we see that b- 29 flying off to the side, it's just a moment we will be seeing airplanes the age of 2016 and Vader and initially designed to replace three wins in World War two airplanes. It was so good that it is served in World War, Two Korea and even in Vietnam in The first and last and it's a lighter and the air bombs and trains for those who engaged big fighters. The 218 cylinder bratt Whitney Wyss to develop 2000 horsepower, giving the capability and 11000 pounds of and the speed of more than 350 miles per hour and 1940 Chas Bott bill. The fastest single engine aircraft ever built the Fone Corsair that was known in aces, A- four speed of 400 miles per hour, with a 2000 horsepower Rtwenty eight hundred brackett radio engine. The Japanese soldiers whistling death because of the sound they made during its mission, but in 11 to one victory, Japanese than any other single fighter for the last. 52. In late 1952 September of that year, Jesse flying in a Piton half-shut down a.m. 15 Jett and was awarded the Silver star by the President in all 12571 more were killed by Sams Rooster aircraft and believe it or not for a good year, Tire and rubber company of Akron, Ohio. At the beginning of the conflict. Our wing shooting stars we're totally out of class by the Russian. But we arrested the impression that we under. By North America. Up better than 10 to one ratio, but sadly. The 36 that we had to have fun here. this evening came up with a mechanical problem and was able to be here coming through on the screen. Now for the right, you can see that the Douglass invader. The lighter into the picture with it, you're gonna see the wing on that with a huge engine and a huge propeller and then from the 51 to 51 as a new designation of the United States, Air Force on the right wing of the Mustang also served abey during the Korean conflict. Let's listen. Moving on to Vietnam to Vietnam War, the Government of North Vietnam and South Vietnam and during the war in the United States for on helicopter that has ever before and it's truly became the helicopter war. Many of you will remember the TV show and movie magic about the Vg Army Surgical Hospital during the Korean conflict sequence show the soldiers being transported by a full cavity helicopter known as the Bell, H 13 Sue helicopter It was during that for the helicopter became a dispensable. The survivability of the soldiers on the battlefield by air lifting them to the units in the 1960 - five. The army began testing in the developing new techniques to enhance future war fighting capabilities, helicopter tactics to develop a career or adapting and evolving to support new concept in warfare Air Mobility and here they come the Huey the Mccoy and estimated 11000 took to the skies for almost 19 years. They flew slicks true carriers, gunships and attack and dust off medical evaluation. The UH one we see here today are for the first time helicopters water for joint base Andrews, and it's just December. they celebrated their fiftieth anniversary coming through after that develop for the US one. He's the for the first helicopter from the top to get attack helicopter and following that the CH, 47, with incredible capability to carry nearly 22750 pounds underneath. The aircraft. It was 1946 that this year was first follow up and in 1948 that Boeing designers' in one weekend came up with this incredible design of the airplane and it's now to the United States Air Force for 68 years. Swift wing the ability to go over eight thousand miles at speeds over 600 miles per hour. This ladies and gentlemen, one of the trial. The air Force's bomber capabilities the B 50 -. Tens of thousands of tons of bombs during the Vietnam conflict, It was no the bus the big ugly fat fella. All 744 were built about 75 still remain in service today and is expected to remain so until 2040 I am told that grandfathers sons and grandsons have all flown to be 52 bomber in the course of those 68 years, moving out to the Desert Storm and in August of 1990, - eight Iraqi forces under the control of Saturn Hussain invaded the sovereign nation of point in the Middle East to forces. Overwhelmed by the Iraqi Repubs and in the coming months, the United States Coalition to the force, the withdrawal of Iraqi forces. And I'm a dark quiet morning in January, only about the eight Apache helicopters from the 100 first Airborne Division fired the first shots of Operation Desert Storm. A passage destroyed two Iraqi early warning blind Iraq, Rana Air defense forces and setting the conditions for the beginning of the larger air campaign by year for and the Navy, The Apaches. The most advanced attack helicopter today is commonly referred to as a tank aim to survive in a highly contested environment while inflicting maximum damage to enemy targets, day or night in poor weather conditions also serving in that war, the UH 60 Blackhawk helicopter by Sikorsky, the Army's utility Tactical Transport helicopter. The Blackhawk has replaced the famous you as the Army's workhorse and a single black. Can transport an entire 11 person Fully-equipped Infantry squad into battle over the years. The UH 60 has been constantly upgraded with more powerful engines and other improvements. here come the hilo. And as they approach, let me tell you about the next airplanes coming through ever since World War one the first Air war where the average life of a fighter pilot was only three weeks. Achieving air superiority has been the goal of military planners. An airplane that first flew in 1972 and entered service in 1976, has long been considered an air superiority fighter. The F, 15 eagle capable of speeds of more than two and a half times the speed of sound Mach two point. Or for us non fighter pilots that's 1875 miles per hour, The single CFC and it's younger brother. The two seat F, 15 E Strike Eagles have dominated the skies in any battle situation with power maneuver ability and a wide variety of weapons. It's kill ratio is unmatched 104 aerial combat victories and zero losses. The incredible thrust. Ratio of the Eagle enabled it to set a number of World Records, including a time to climb record of 98 thousand 400 feet. That's 18 and one half miles in just under two and a half minutes. The Strike Eagle utilizes a second crew member and advanced radar and avionics to enable it to become the lethal ground attack aircraft at the beginning of the Gulf War strike Eagles flying at 600 miles per hour, a hundred feet above the desert sands use terrain following radar lights out to take Sodom. Radars Overhead now. We see. Apache helicopters, Followed by. The UH 60 Blackhawks. And here come the eagles. I know a lot of you have your cameras up, but if you don't how about a round of applause for what we've seen thus far. The events of September eleventh, 2001, changed the world and reshaped history. Our brave service men and women are still committed to keeping Americans safe today and approaching in just a moment or a few of the many aircraft that have served vital roles in the war on terrorism. Igor Sikorski, the father of the modern helicopter, overcame significant aerodynamic and physics challenges in his development of rotary wing flight without getting into a. My numbing stuff a phenomenon called retreating Blade stall has always limited the speed at which the helicopter could travel. The Holy Grail would be to develop an aircraft that could take off and land vertically, but be able to fly as fast as a conventional airplane in the 19 eighties Bel-air aircraft, the same company that developed the M helicopter in the Huey and the Cobra experimented with a very unique concept called tilt rotor in which large prop rotors. Be directly connected to the engines and then rotate it vertically for helicopter mode and then moved into a horizontal position to attain conventional airplane flight. The result is the MV 22 Osprey, an aircraft that can deliver 20 - four fully equipped troops to the battle space at speeds of over 300 miles per hour and then land vertically like a helicopter. It's load lifting capabilities are significant with the ability Turn a load of more than 9000 pounds or 15000 pounds, externally. The pilot of the Osprey has to have his or her left thumb working because if it doesn't, they can't rotate those prop rotors down. The unmistakable sound of the MV, 22 Osprey. An integral part of the team fighting the global war on terror is the US Coast Guard that has the responsibility of patrolling and protecting a hundred thousand miles of US coastline Inland waterways in existence since 1790. It's the smallest branch of our military. In fact, the entire active duty force of the Coast Guard could fit into nationals Park Here. We see information in the lead, the Sikorski Jayhawk and the. Dolphin helicopter The Coast Guard is also projected its capabilities beyond our borders, performing security and interdiction in the Persian Gulf in 1991 in support of Operation Desert Storm carrying the largest conventional payload of both guided and Unguided weapons in the United States. Inventory is the multi mission B One B, which, along with the B 52 and the Btwo, are part of the or the three legged stool of America's strategic long-range bomber force the B one Lancer or the bone as it is known. Look at this a hundred 80 - one foot WP can fold them back to 78. That ladies and gentlemen is the sound of freedom. And only a few airplanes. We're so successful that their names were passed down to a second generation of aircraft and the two airplanes built on Long Island have that distinction from World War Two. The Republic P 40, - seven Thunderbolt and 30 years later, The Fairchild Republic, a 10 Thunderbolt two built for close air support flying low and slow the war was built around a very potent seven barrel cannon. The ad adventure Avenger flying 30 millimeter firing 30 millimeter shells the size of coke bottles at a rate of 4000 rounds per minute. That's 65 rounds each second. It totally earned its name tank killer. The future is now since the early days of aviation air crews have wanted to get more gas without having to land and keep going early. attempts to refuel in Mid-air involved the guy standing on the wing of an airplane while another flew overhead dangling a hose. but over the years the art of aerial refueling, or if I may use the indelicate phrase passing gas has become refined since just after World War two, though there have been basically three different airplanes from the Air Force. With the job of mid-air refueling one of those the KC 135 tanker has been in service since the late 19 fifties, but it is going to be replaced with a new KC 46, A Pegasus it may look familiar to you because it's based on the Boeing 767 airliner passing gas at 1200 gallons per minute 25 percent faster than the old KC 135. It's a marvel of modern technology. It's kinda like going from a car with a cassette player. You remember those to a brand new vehicle with Apple CarPlay. Additionally, the Pegasus. For significantly, increased cargo passenger and Aram evacuation capabilities, and as we looked at several generations of airplanes in the last half hour and I've been talking about the at air shows around the world. The last thing that was thought of by military planners was well. Maybe the first thing was how many airplanes would it take to destroy a target. Well now it's changed. It's how many aircraft can how many targets can. Craft destroyed approaching now one of the most unique aircraft even in service since 19 or I should say 2003. This is the B two spirit following along behind the KC 46. And the aircraft now insight a flying wing Jack Northrop Dream from 1949 with a 186 foot wing span, doesn't look like anything we've ever seen. It can carry conventional bombs from 500 Pounders to the GBU, 57, or even the 30000 pound massive ordinance penetrator to nuclear weapons. The B Two only 20 of them in existence, will continue to serve our country for many years to come. Overhead now the F 20 - two. The Raptors two engines produced a total of 70000 pounds of thrust and it's filthy design, allow it to accelerate faster than the speed of sound without using the after burner. It's called Super cruise and it's airshow performances. The Raptors shows incredible maneuverability able to do a back flip almost standing still in the air at 3000 going back under complete control and newest fighter aircraft for the United States. Military is the F 35 Lightning to named after the Fed World War. Vthirty eight lightning There's a version for the Air Force, one for the Navy and for the Marine Corps and eight partner Nations share those airplanes as well. They give the US and its allies the power to dominate the skies anytime anywhere. The 30 - five is an a versatile high-performance, multi role fighter that combines stealth sensor fusion and an unprecedented situational awareness. The 30 -fives helmet mounted display is the most advanced system All the intelligence and targeting targeting in F 30 - five needs to complete mission is displayed on the visor and six Super sensitive cameras mounted on the outside of the airplane. aircraft allow her or him to look in any direction and have visual acuity far greater than the naked eye day or night. The pilot can look down the floor of the cockpit and see right through it. It's like X-ray vision simply astounding we. Today, two of the models from the United States Marine Corps, but it all over 535 of the F 30 fives are now flying today. With over a thousand pilots, And having reached the initial operating operating capability here in the United States. Ladies and gentlemen, Ariel display would be complete. That's very good friends of mine. They represent the greatest demonstration teams on the face of the Earth. They're from Naval Air Station Pensacola. They are the Blue Angels and they're the Thunderbirds from Nellis Air Force Base in Nevada, Blues are commanded the Commander, Brian Kessel Ring and the Thunderbirds led by Lieutenant. John Caldwell, The Thunderbirds flying the F 16 Fighting Falcon that has been in service with the United States since the mid 19 seventies. And the Blue Angels flying the F F a 18 Hornet, also in service with the United States, Navy and Marine Corps. Since the 19 seventies as well, I want you to join with me as we wait for this aircraft to approach they have been flying missions all over the country supporting the work done by so many. During this crisis, The Blue Angels exemplify the Navy values of honor, courage and commitment, and the Thunderbirds serve to represent all the men and women of the United States Air Force as our ambassadors blue ladies and gentlemen, the Thunderbirds of the Blue Angels. Put your hands together for the Blues and the birds. Ladies and gentlemen, the President of the United States Marine Band and the Navy, C Jeter, will now perform a special selection in honor of our nation's birthday America The beautiful. Stars Dream. Ladies and gentlemen, please stand and turn your attention to the White House. Ladies and gentlemen, please join us in singing of God Bless America. I worked for all my life and I had to start again with just my family by my side. I think my lucky stars to be living here today. Is that? Edm to me and I get no one 's a-game I'd like to To the Hills of Tennessee across the plains of Texas from Sea to shining Sea. Down in New York, LA And I won't forget the ones who died who gave that fight to. Next to you today cuz there ain't no, I love this. God bless. God bless. I'm feeling inside. I in my heart. Don't. That my pocket got that. Don't. You're the face. Give me a sign. I can't. In my body, As always, If you, Right Thank you so much. We're the Navy bands for you. Bob Marley Fan Okay. It's time to boogie down and ready. Your The time Eran Come on. You so much. Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome back to the stage from the United States Army Band Downrange certainly major Crystal Reece Sergeant First class Chris Reddick and Staff Sergeant Eric Towe. It's. Thank you. Come on. Come on you guys are so far. You have to try new stuff for you. We've never done this before I promise. That So, Me. It girl give it cuz I don't give a damn. Put some water in it. Hot too, hot and too. Hey, don't get it. Now, this is where we break it down a little bit break it down. We're trying to all the same. Hey after we sing, Okay, you guys know song Right you guys have heard a song before I'm not crazy. You're crazy. Okay. come on so we can see it and then you're gonna see. are you ready here We go come on Uptown Funk you up Uptown funk you up now you see it. Huh, We gotta do that again come on down. Okay, I like this let's keep going up down up. Come on now now one more time down funkytown you up. Now, we change the world a little bit, We say own it don't jump on if you this Saturday night wess the Don't. Don't don't. Peace noise Oh, yeah. Don't. To Let's let's. Thank you so much. Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome back the stage from the United States. Air Force Band Technical Sergeant Nadia Susy. One Like a House of Cards. The chance for you, there's a spark you. You have to be replaced if you only knew. All the doors are closed. And Yeah. Hey, get down. That No, I'm not gonna do that you'll have. The It's. People. So, Thank you so much. Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome back to the stage the President's own United States Marine Band. Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome back the United States Navy Band cess. The Lord's out of the way the graves of With Watch me. And you won't drive this is. And my. Is a Love you all. Christ's That's right, you are to me. He. Ladies and gentlemen, the President of the United States Marine Band, will now perform a fourth of July tradition. The 1812 Overture. Showtime Don't tell. That's. The Blues The best friend. Go. 24. So watch out. Try to we try to I got my. People. Joss I hope you. The Beautiful. I'm Go back in the day they used to get like this. Me-i His grace. Ladies and gentlemen to sing along. All the things and I had to start again with just my family by my. A theys that still stands for freedom and they can't take. To me, Today To the Hills of Tennessee across the plains of Texas from Sea to shining Sea. New-york Of this. The ones. To me, No-I Come on. The rest of my life is so hard, I need a photo. I want to call to hold on to Moonlight all the way from my door. Get away from me, you know why don't you? I'm now at family if I die who'll be my role model now that my role model is gone. Don't it goes back down out there with some little girl all along there were. It's a it holds no currency. He's a- four man he's surrounded by the The marketplace scattering. Na na na na na. You. She loves to sing. Thank you. Me. You. Pretty girl pretty. You. You you you are you are. This is. Hands up hands up. And it's a job. I take this to hit the show cuz I'm faded on the Street. Get your groove on before you go and get paid So check up your Cup and throw your hands up and let me hear you say it's all good. It's just how we. To me ever since I was on, but now I am the money if you. I'm kind of a it's hard because it's always. Happy fourth of July Ladies and gentlemen, this concludes the salute to America. We thank you for attending and wish you a happy fourth of July Good night. Good evening. Good The day. A little Yeah. Good evening. Yeah. Alright, let's get on there. Ladies and gentlemen, please make your way to the exit. This concludes the salute to America. We thank you for it and wish you a happy fourth of July Good night. Oh shit. This is what the light is all about.
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