Planes soar over LA area to raise awareness to problem of elder abuse

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The engines of the three North American Aviation AT-6 Texan airplanes roared as they taxied down the runway at Van Nuys Airport on Tuesday.

These Condor Squadron WWII-era planes have flown over Southern California many times, honoring veterans and participating in the July 4, Memorial Day, Veterans Day, and other celebrations.

On Tuesday, they took to the skies to help bring awareness to the problem of elder abuse. After leaving the Van Nuys Airport, the three-plane formation circled the North San Fernando Valley, headed over the Sepulveda Pass to Brentwood, Santa Monica, and Century City, then returned to the San Fernando Valley to land at the Van Nuys Airport.

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