Military Flyover question

How does UofA arrange this?
Do we pay for the flyover?
Does CBS arrange this for tv?
Just curious how this gets arranged.

In the past the military footed the bill, treating them as training missions. Basically, a training flight that might take several hours would be planned so that the planes would be over southwest Fayetteville at 2:25 p.m. Saturday. Which makes some degree of sense; flyovers and combat missions both require planes to be in a specific spot at a specific time. There were proposals three or four years back to change that by reducing the funding for training flights in general, but I don’t know if that change was made. As I understand it, the organization (UA) makes the request, the public affairs people of the Air Force or ANG or whatever approve it.

Interesting.
Thanks Swine.