PHOTOS: Air Force appreciation flyover for healthcare workers

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Temecula Valley Hospital staff watch and record as two Air Force aircrafts flyover the hospital in appreciation for healthcare workers and first responders on the frontline of the COVID-19 pandemic. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Members of the Temecula Valley Hospital leadership team, Temecula city dignitaries and winners of the hospital’s “Caught in the Act of Caring” gather on the building’s roof to watch an Air Force flyover, May 14. The flyovers of a number of Riverside County hospitals symbolizes appreciation to healthcare workers and first responders on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Temecula Valley Hospital staff gather on one of the hospital’s roofs to watch a C-17 cargo aircraft and a KC-135 refueling aircraft out of March Air Reserve Base flyover the facility in appreciation of healthcare workers during hospital week. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Members of the Temecula Valley Hospital leadership team, Temecula city dignitaries and winners of the hospital’s “Caught in the Act of Caring” gather on the building’s roof to watch an Air Force flyover. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Temecula Valley Hospital registered nurse Ryan Coburn records a video as his wife, Air Force 452nd Air Mobility Wing Brigadier General Melissa Coburn pilots the C-17 aircraft as it makes its approach over the hospital. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Air Force 452nd Air Mobility Wing Brigadier General Melissa Coburnpilots the C-17 and dips the wing as a gesture of appreciation to healthcare workers during a flyover at Temecula Valley Hospital. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
The Air Force C-17 banks a turn over Temecula Valley and heads to its next hospital flyover destination in appreciation of healthcare workers. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Temecula Valley Hospital healthcare workers react after an Air Force flyover in appreciation for their patient care and continued efforts against the COVID-19 pandemic. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
The Air Force KC-135 refueling aircraft makes its approach to flyover Temecula Valley Hospital during an appreciation flyover at a number of Riverside County hospitals. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo