Air Force Romance in First Trailer for ‘Operation Christmas Drop’ Film

Air Force Romance in First Trailer for ‘Operation Christmas Drop’ Film

by Alex Billington
October 12, 2020
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“Just give me 24 hours to show you what we do here.” Netflix has revealed an official trailer for an odd romantic comedy titled Operation Christmas Drop, from Canadian TV director Martin Wood. While gathering evidence as a congressional aide to support closing a tropical U.S. Air Force base, a

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New England lockdown rules to ban travel in coronavirus hotspots and force pubs to shut

Residents of Covid-19 hotspots will be told on Monday that they should not travel unless they have to as part of a new three-tier system of local restrictions applying across England.

The country will be divided into three zones – medium risk, high risk and very high risk – depending on their level and growth rate of infections.

Areas in the first tier will remain under roughly the same rules

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Revoke Gulf airlines’ rights under ‘Force Majeure’: Air India to govt

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Revoke Gulf airlines’ rights under ‘Force Majeure’: Air India to govt


  • Air India wants government to roll back traffic rights given to Gulf carriers to protect domestic airlines
  • National carrier has recommended suspension of traffic rights to Gulf carriers temporarily till 2021-end
  • Since bilateral traffic rights are signed between two sovereign nations, they cannot be withdrawn or suspended unilaterally  
  • Not giving access to foreign
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UK ‘travel task force’ to look at cutting virus quarantine

The UK government has launched a “travel task force” to explore ways to introduce Covid-19 testing for people arriving from foreign countries to reduce the current 14-day self-isolation quarantine period.

The new group will work alongside industry to identify options to reduce the current self-isolation period while protecting public health, the Department for Transport announced on Wednesday afternoon.

Ministers introduced a quarantine system in June under which people arriving from

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Could Air Force One (And The President) Soon Be Going Supersonic?

Here’s What You Need To Remember: The Air Force announcement is somewhat surprising considering the work that is already being done on the newest upcoming Air Force One generation. Still, as far as reviving supersonic travel goes, this attempt might be the most serious. Watch this topic for developments in the future.

The Air Force is putting money into a supersonic VIP plane that could shuttle around at nearly double

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UK flights and holiday rules as new travel restrictions come into force

Video: “Terminal 2 at Heathrow airport evacuated” (Evening Standard)

“Terminal 2 at Heathrow airport evacuated”



Holidaymakers faced fresh dissapointment yesterday when more countries were removed the the UK travel corridor.

On Thursday the Transport Secretary announced that Turkey, Poland and the Caribbean islands of Bonaire, St Eustatius and Saba were set to be removed from the list, with travellers arriving in the UK from these

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Air Force One, Marine One crews clean aircraft, get tested

The aircrews of Air Force One and Marine One were sanitizing aircraft and following COVID-19 testing protocols after their most important passenger, President Donald Trump, tested positive for the coronavirus.

The president used Air Force One, the presidential plane, this week during multiple campaign stops. On Friday evening, he was airlifted to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center by Marine One, the presidential helicopter.

Marine One, a Sikorsky VH-3D

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Ohio’s Rep. Jim Jordan to get coronavirus test after travelling with President Trump on Air Force One

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Champaign County Republican Rep. Jim Jordan, who travelled to Tuesday’s presidential debate in Cleveland with President Donald Trump aboard Air Force One, says he will get a coronavirus test after Trump’s Thursday diagnosis with the potentially fatal virus.

“We’ll get one, probably as soon as I get done with this interview,” Jordan said in an interview on Fox and Friends. He added that he’s praying for

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Thompson first selectwoman faces $1K fine for violating travel restrictions to visit soon-to-be-deployed son at Oklahoma Air Force base

Thompson First Selectwoman Amy St. Onge and her husband, Jason, face a combined $1,000 fine after traveling to Oklahoma this month to visit their son, an active member of the U.S. Air Force who will soon be deployed overseas, in violation of Connecticut’s coronavirus travel restrictions.

Caleb St. Onge, 20, is currently stationed at Altus Air Force Base. Amy and Jason St. Onge flew to Oklahoma to visit with Caleb

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Around-the-world cancer fight lands Air Force family in Fisher House

By Michelle Baldanza

Late last summer, the Gaspar Family was in for big changes. The Air Force family of five had been reassigned to Kadena Air Base, Japan where Maj. Ian Gaspar would serve as a pharmacist.

Throughout the Fall, Ian, his wife, Kimberly, their two teenagers, Cydney and Noah, and toddler, Gwyndolyn, settled into their new home.

Kimberly felt worn out but attributed this to the stress of the

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920th Rescue Wing Airmen at Patrick Air Force Base Enhance Lethality, Readiness of Wing

Last names have been omitted for operational security

A 301st Rescue Squadron Special Mission Aviator looks at the camera inside an HH-60G Pave Hawk on May 30, 2020 at Patrick Air Force Base, Fla. Special Missions Aviators perform essentially all other tasks other than piloting the aircraft, including acting as Flight Engineer, Loadmaster, Aerial Gunner, Navigator, Weapons System Specialist, Electronic Warfare Officer, Radio Operator, Sensor Operator and Combat Systems Officer.
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Military plane carrying air force cadets crashes in Ukraine, killing 22

By Natalia Zinets

KYIV (Reuters) – A military transport plane carrying air force cadets crashed and burst into flames near a highway in northeastern Ukraine on Friday evening, killing at least 22 people on board, officials said.

The Antonov An-26 aircraft crashed while trying to land during a training exercise, the General Staff of the Armed Forces Ruslan Khomchak said in a statement, adding that at least two more people

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Wizz Air to park up more planes over the winter as travel restrictions force it to slash capacity further

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Wizz Air has warned it may be forced to park more of its planes over the coming months as coronavirus travel restrictions will continue to depress demand for travel.

The Hungarian low-cost airline said in October it expects to fly half the planes compared to last year.

That’s a reduction from the 60 per cent it had announced at the beginning of

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Coronavirus travel rules force tough decisions for military families separated by oceans, time zones – Pacific

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Air Force Master Sgt. Joshua Archambo, a flight chief for the 569th U.S. Forces Police Squadron in Kaiserslautern, Germany, has not seen his three children in more than a year, thanks

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Air Force Two, carrying Vice President Mike Pence, returns to airport after hitting bird on takeoff

WASHINGTON – Air Force Two, the airplane used to fly the vice president, was struck by a bird as it took off from a New Hampshire airport Tuesday evening, forcing it to return safely to the nearby airport, according to two senior administration officials speaking on the condition of anonymity to discuss details of the vice president’s travel.

Vice President Pence from RNC: ‘The choice is clear’

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Air Force One is no longer an option for most Trump campaign staffers traveling to rallies

  • The Trump campaign has put the brakes on its staff traveling on Air Force One to rallies and other reelection events as it cuts costs, including reimbursements for private use of the presidential jet.
  • Although the campaign does not appear at risk of running out of money, the move signals it’s concerned about the runaway spending, especially stemming from the reign of former campaign manager Brad Parscale.
  • The only staff
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