Israeli, German Fighter Pilots Honor Nazi Victims With Flyover

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Israeli and German fighter pilots on Tuesday carried out their first joint military exercises in Germany, honoring Holocaust victims and the 11 Israelis slain at the 1972 Munich Olympics.

A formation of aircraft, including Israeli Air Force F-16s and Eurofighter jets from the German Luftwaffe, launched the commemorations with an overfly of the Fuerstenfeldbruck airbase near Munich to mark the Olympic massacre.

They then carried out an aerial tribute above the former Nazi concentration camp at Dachau.

The flyovers kick off nearly two weeks of maneuvers that will see Israeli air forces train on German soil for the first time.

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  1. And this is supposed to warm my heart.
    But for some reason it doesn’t.
    Either because I don’t have a heart, or because this is a meaningless, empty gesture.

  2. I think it would be a better gesture of remembrance for those tortured and killed by the Nazi animals, to NOT train and have military exercises on the cursed German soil. Why should we deal with murderers as if they are allies?


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