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Flyover promises fans a bird's-eye view

TundraVision will show jet's camera feed before Packers-Vikings game

7:54 AM, Dec. 2, 2012

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Green Bay Packers fans today may witness a military flyover like never before at Lambeau Field.

Two U.S. Navy F-18 jets will fly over the stadium at the end of the National Anthem before the Packers face the divisional-rival Minnesota Vikings at noon.

This isn't just any flyover. A camera mounted on the jet will send a feed to the TundraVision stadium screens so fans can get a special look as the jets arrive. The rotating camera will give fans a bird's-eye view of the city while also showing the pilot's perspective. ...

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