I was able to drive over to the museum Wednesday to see the fly-over. I think about 50,000 other people had the same idea and we all arrived there at the same time, or so it seemed. I was able to bring my Mom, an 89 year old veteran of the RCAF, on the 70 mile trip from Columbus. As we were being directed onto the grassy area next to the regular parking area, the B-25's were taking off. The gaggle of planes circled the area about 3 times as the planes got into formation. About 5 planes trailed the main group and never did quite catch up as the planes made their fly-over of the memorial garden at the National Museum of the USAF. There were 2 fly-overs. Then a four-ship group did a "missing-man formation." Then came a 45 minute wait to get out of the parking area.
I took a quick video of the first flyover. The quality isn't the best as I had made up my mind earlier that I wasn't going to witness the event through a view finder and just pointed the camera in the general direction. I was more interested in getting a recording of the sound more than anything. I also thought there's be at least a few dozen posts on YouTube that would do a much better job as well.