The flypast marked the 75th anniversary of the crash of Mi Amigo.
On Friday February 22 2019 10 British and US aircraft took part in a flypast over Endcliffe Park in Sheffield to mark the 75th anniversary of the crash of the American bomber Mi Amigo.
The flypast marked the 75th anniversary of the crash of Mi Amigo. The huge refuelling aircraft took part. (ROSLAN RAHMAN/AFP/Getty Images) Two RAF Typhoons roared over Sheffield. (Photo by Tim Ireland/Getty Images) This distinctive aircraft also took part. (Photo by Dennis Taylor/USAF/Getty Images) The flypast is taking place thanks to a successful campaign led by Tony Foulds. (Danny Lawson/PA Wire). Four US F-15 Eagles flew in a 'missing man' formation. (KAZUHIRO NOGI/AFP/Getty Images) This vintage World War Two plane took part in the fly over. This large transport plane was part of the flypast. (Photo by USAF) The F-15 has been in service since 1976. (GENYA SAVILOV/AFP/Getty Images) An RAF Typhoon in a flypast over Derwent reservoir to mark the 75th anniversary of the daring Dambusters mission . The MC-130 made for an imposing sight in the skies over Sheffield. (Photo by U.S. Airforce/Getty Images)