President Uhuru Kenyatta was on Saturday among hundreds of Kenyans who attended the Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) Museum Air Show Festival at the revamped Uhuru Gardens in Nairobi.
The President was accompanied by visiting Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed to the spectacular air show organized by the KDF, under Chief of Defence Forces General Robert Kibochi, in conjunction with the Aero Club.
This is the first time the military and civilian air operators have come together to treat the Kenyan public to exciting displays of aerobatic capabilities.
The public was engaged and entertained through the aerobatics and extreme manoeuvres by Kenya Air Force (KAF) jets including Tucanos and the Northrop F5s as well as helicopters that performed scintillating air display, which included somersaults and free falls.
The colourful air display kept Kenyans glued to skies as the military and civilian experts took charge of the airspace to display their capacities and capabilities in different performances.
Among the exciting displays done were by a KAF UH1H Huey helicopter which picked the Green Eagles Skydive and Skytruck free fallers who had landed in the middle of the arena.
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Originally published at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FibnCaOI-po