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Pease air show draws estimated 40,000 visitors; pre-show 9/11 memorial service held

By Dean Shalhoup - Senior Staff Writer | Sep 13, 2021
Photo by JEFFREY HASTINGS One of the paratroopers who opened Sunday's second day of the Thunder Over New Hampshire air show at Pease Air National Guard Base unfurls an American flag while floating toward his landing target. (Photo by JEFFREY HASTINGS)
Photo by JEFFREY HASTINGS A stunt pilot conducts maneuvers in a biplane apparently sponsored by Lucas Oil during the Thunder Over New Hampshire air show at Pease Air National Guard Base. (Photo by JEFFREY HASTINGS)
Photo by JEFFREY HASTINGS Four of the pilots with the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds fly in formation past the tail of a National Guard plane during the Thunder Over New Hampshire air show held over the weekend at Pease Air National Guard Base. (Photo by JEFFREY HASTINGS)
Photo by JEFFREY HASTINGS Some of the estimated 40,000 people who turned out for the Thunder Over New Hampshire air show at Pease Air National Guard Base shield their eyes from the sun while watching the show. (Photo by JEFFREY HASTINGS)
Photo by JEFFREY HASTINGS A boy riding on a set of sturdy shoulders studies a vintage aircraft that was on display during Sunday's third day of Thunder Over New Hampshire air show at Pease Air National Guard Base. (Photo by JEFFREY HASTINGS)

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