An Air Force security officer guards the site where a U.S. Air Force Thunderbird crashed after a flyover performance at a commencement for Air Force Academy cadets, south of Colorado Springs, Colo., on Thursday.
An Air Force security officer guards the site where a U.S. Air Force Thunderbird crashed after a flyover performance at a commencement for Air Force Academy cadets, south of Colorado Springs, Colo., on Thursday. Brennan Linsley The Associated Press
An Air Force security officer guards the site where a U.S. Air Force Thunderbird crashed after a flyover performance at a commencement for Air Force Academy cadets, south of Colorado Springs, Colo., on Thursday. Brennan Linsley The Associated Press

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