COLUMBUS, Miss. (WTVA) - The Columbus Air Force Base hosted the "Wings Over Columbus" show on Saturday.
Families enjoyed food, music and an aircraft show that had dozens of planes flying above. The event gave people an idea of what happens during combat.
"The process starts years in advance to put that initial request in to try and line up their schedules," said Air & Space Show Director Christopher Harris. "The F-22 demo team graciously stepped in and put on an awesome show."
Sunday's showing has been canceled due to the potential for severe storms.
The next "Wings Over Columbus" air show has been scheduled for the 2020.
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