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Here are 5 things you need to know about the flyover:
1. HOW MANY PLANES?
In all, 56 vintage planes participated in the flyover, which should started just after 12 p.m. and lasted almost an hour.
2. THEY FLEW PRETTY LOW.
The planes took off from Manassas, Va., flying low-- at 1,100 feet-- over the National Mall. Meanwhile, veterans watched the Arsenal of Democracy flyover from the World War II Memorial. Organizers worked for more than a year to put the event together.
3. WATCH FOR THE FORMATIONS.
The planes flew in formations to represent the major battles of World War II. One of the planes that took part in the flyover is the only B-29 Superfortress that's still flying. The atomic bomb was dropped over Japan from a B-29 Superfortress.
4. THE ROUTE
As they flew toward D.C., the planes headed down the Potomac River, and then banked left over the Lincoln Memorial. They continued over the National Mall, and turned right near the U.S. Capitol to head back out over the Potomac.
5. PLANES ON DISPLAY
After the flyover, many of the planes will be put on display Saturday at the National Air and Space Museum in Chantilly, Va. There will be an open house on Saturday to see them, if you're in the area.
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