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The North American Aerospace Defense Command is conducting exercise in the National Capital Region until 5:30 a.m.
If you heard jets in the sky in the pre-dawn hours of Wednesday in the area, you weren\’t imagining it — but it\’s nothing to worry about, either.
The North American Aerospace Defense Command, better known as NORAD, will conduct the flight training beginning late Tuesday night.
Residents in the Capitol region may see and hear loud aircraft, including helicopters and fighter jets in the area as NORAD conducts exercises beginning early Tuesday.
The North American Aerospace Defense Command
scrambled fighter jets Thursday night after an
unruly passengers on a United Airlines flight
from Denver forced the flight crew to declare an
Military training flights that were scheduled for Wednesday morning, May 23 have been rescheduled for the morning of May 24 in the D.C. area.