This Is Who Is Behind Mysterious Hearts of Hope Appearing In Skies Above Atlanta
Plane contrails in the shape of hearts of hope have folks looking upward
Hearts of hope appeared in the sky above Atlanta’s Piedmont Park Friday evening as my husband and I walked our dog.
“Look up!” Husband said to me.
That’s when saw two groups of six airplanes flying a coordinated pattern.
Before long, it was clear they were drawing a huge heart in the evening sky.
Once they completed the heart, the entire park broke out in cheers and applause, as if the pilots above could hear us.
It was all the buzz of the park and social media last night as folks tried to figure out who was behind the giant heart.
According to Fox5, the pilots “The Falcon RV Squadron. The group is made up of mostly retired military pilots, as well as commercial and civilian pilots based in Peachtree City’s Falcon Field.
They are veterans in more ways than one
They’ve been flying in formations for years.
They’ve even been doing hearts in recent weeks south of Atlanta, as a tribute to healthcare workers.
Friday was a venture to bring their hearts and talents to Downtown Atlanta.
It was pretty incredible to see how close these planes were flying next to each other.
Made me do a double take
For a second I had to wonder if it was the Blue Angels or the Thunderbirds.
Nope, just a bunch of guys who want to spread hope.
Okay, some very skilled pilot guys who want to spread hope.
They did tell Fox5, that their sky drawing is a very well-practiced, precision exercise.
Thanks for the surprise!
Thanks for the hope!
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