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Apache Helicopters Fly Over Utah

Apache Helicopters Fly Over Utah

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(KSL News) -- An Apache Helicopter attack squadron was in the sky over northern Utah today.

Major Ken Thompson, the squadron leader, said, "We're transitioning through Provo into Logan. We'll be spending the night in Logan and then proceeding into Boise, Idaho tomorrow morning, where we're going to conduct a two week aerial gunnery exercise."

Apache Helicopters Fly Over Utah

Spending the night in Logan is special for Major Thompson. He was born and raised there.

Chopper Five pilot Fritz Holly flew alongside the Apaches and made a request to KSL management. "What do you think? Chopper Five, do you think we could get one of these in the budget? It would work out great for the competition."

Don't think so Fritz. Good try though.

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