RIVERSIDE (CNS) - An 18-plane formation of historic warbirds will fly the skies above the Inland Empire, Orange, and Los Angeles counties tomorrow in recognition of Memorial Day, saluting ``veterans who gave so much,'' as well as health care workers taking risks daily amid the coronavirus emergency. ``We came up with the idea after seeing the Thunderbirds and Blue Angels making the rounds,'' Commemorative Air Force Inland Empire Wing Operations Manager Bill Prosser told City News Service. ``We're going to be a lot slower than the T-Birds and Angels, so people can see us better. It's not like, `Boom' -- they're gone. We'll be doing 120 mph.'' The U.S. Navy Blue Angels and U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds have crossed the country, making high-speed, low-pass appearances as part of ``Operation A
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