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Swikar Patel | The Journal Gazette
"AIRSHO" is written in the sky Thursday morning as seen from Fort Wayne Fire Department Station 10 at the corner of North Anthony Boulevard and Crescent Avenue.

Skywriting over Fort Wayne

The 122nd Fighter Wing is bringing Fort Wayne its first air show in nearly 13 years this weekend.

The civilian and military aviation showcase is expected to draw at least 20,000 spectators a day to the base and the Fort Wayne International Airport on Saturday and Sunday.

See Friday's Weekender for more details.

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