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Greg Neft, KSL NewsradioKids at Woods Cross Elememtary today got a visit from some special guests. Members of the British Royal Air Force stopped by to tell students a little about themselves and in the process learn something too.
Chief Technician Dave Henry explains, "It's nice to get into an American school and see the reaction of a different country and see how they do things differently."
Henry says he's a recruiter back in the U.K., but here he's training with Americans at Hill Air Force Base.
So what did the kids think of the visit? "It was pretty cool." When asked what was cool about it: "The jets and how they talked to us."
The members of the RAF return to Great Britain tonight.