Yes, that flyover. You remember when the DoD and the Director of the White House Military Office thought it was a good idea to have Air Force One flying really low over the New York City skyline a few months ago so they could snap a few pictures. Well, because of a Freedom of Information Act request, you can the photo shot by the military jets accompanying Air Force One.
According to The Caucus: "The Pentagon released the full set of 146 photographs in response to Freedom of Information requests, it seems. Around photo 82, the jet begins flying over the Statue of Liberty, and then later, does a return rip above the landmark. The Defense Department also released a redacted flight manifest, which, frankly, doesn’t tell you much. The flyover rumbled lower Manhattan, prompting building evacuations in a stark reminder of the airplane attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. And it later forced the resignation of Louis Caldera, who was the director of the White House Military Office. President Obama himself apologized for the fear factor generated by the plane’s — and its two fighter jet escorts’ — jaunt over a jittery New York populace."
The photos are available here.