Putting their heart into NDP flypast

Twenty-six aircraft will take part in a high-flying display on National Day, forming the biggest aerial contingent to fly over Marina Bay.
From left: Major Lloyd Lin, an F-16 pilot, with Major (NS) Freddie Lim-Ng and Captain Paul Matthew Lim, who are F-15 pilots. The trio will be participating in the Republic of Singapore Air Force flypast on National Day this year.
From left: Major Lloyd Lin, an F-16 pilot, with Major (NS) Freddie Lim-Ng and Captain Paul Matthew Lim, who are F-15 pilots. The trio will be participating in the Republic of Singapore Air Force flypast on National Day this year.ST PHOTO: BENJAMIN SEETOR

Aerial display this year will include heart shape formed by smoke trails of fighter jets

Using smoke trails from their F-16s, two military pilots will shape a heart in the sky on Aug 9, declaring love for Singapore on its 53rd birthday.

The manoeuvre is part of a display that the Republic of Singapore Air Force will be putting on for this year's National Day celebration at Marina Bay.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on July 11, 2018, with the headline 'Putting their heart into NDP flypast'. Print Edition | Subscribe