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(KSL News) The Utah National Guard celebrated its annual Governor's Day today.
Each year the National Guard honors its Commander in Chief, Governor Mike Leavitt, as well as the families of soldiers who are currently serving our country, with a parade.
This is Governor Leavitt's 11th and final year as Commander of Utah's military.
Today's celebrations also included games for the kids, as well as skydivers and a military flyover.
The flyover caused quite a commotion since the C-130 flew very low over South Jordan and West Jordan. It prompted quite a few calls from residents to us at KSL.