Take an air show featuring some antique, radio-less aircraft. Stir in a presidential visit with a no-fly zone. Add one of the most versatile military jets ever to fly, and here’s what happens:
Meanwhile, at the annual event, attendees were staring at an empty sky, wondering when the show was about to start. Suddenly, according to an account in The Washington Post, the crowd saw a little propeller plane buzzing along with a sleek fighter jet flying circles around it.
It was hair-raising, said Tracey Potter, owner of Hagerstown Aircraft Services Inc. “The F-16 is an evil, menacing scary sound, and at the same time — amazing.”