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Stock Show and Rodeo Flyover a Success

The flyover of the Ft. Worth Stock Show and Rodeo on the 6th of February was a success and brought great awareness to the cause of honoring those Southerners who fought for their state of TX. The story was covered favorably by the Ft. Worth Star Telegram, the Dallas Morning News and Channel 8 WFAA Ft Worth at their 5 & 10PM reports.

The flyover was scheduled for 11:30-1:30 PM but because of cloud cover at the airport the plane was not able to fly until 3PM and flew until 5PM.
The plane flew near the rodeo about 15 times during the 2 hour flyover and was captured during several of the news programs.

We encourage you to check out the news articles covering the flyover at the links below. We plan to continue to flyover events such as these to ensure the memory of the Confederate soldier is not forgotten and the name of those soldiers not tarnished by the attacks we have seen in the past few months.

Please consider a donation to help us with future events and if you have not already done so, join the group. If we desire for history to be remembered we must do all we can to protect our monuments and our right to remember those Confederates with the various flags of the Confederacy. 

News Sources

Pro-Confederate group to buzz Stock Show with battle flag flyover
http://www.star-telegram.com/news/local/community/fort-worth/article58687243.html

If you see the Confederate battle flag flying over the Fort Worth Stock Show Saturday, here’s why
http://thescoopblog.dallasnews.com/2016/02/if-you-see-the-confederate-battle-flag-flying-over-the-fort-worth-stock-show-saturday-heres-why.html/

Press Release

You can read our original press release entry here.

Everyone should do all in his power to collect and disseminate the truth, in the hope that it may find a place in history and descend to posterity. History is not the relation of campaigns and battles and generals or other individuals, but that which shows the principles for which the South contended and which justified her struggle for those principles.

Robert E. Lee