P-40B Tomahawk Suffers Gear Collapse On Landing

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Courtesy The Fighter Collection
Courtesy of The Fighter Collection
Less than a week ago, we reported on two separate warbird incidents and tonight we unfortunately have another to report. Earlier today the Collings Foundation’s P-40B Tomahawk suffered a gear collapse on landing at New Smyrna Beach Municipal Airport in Florida. A photo from the scene indicates that the aircraft appears to have sustained moderate damage, but thankfully the pilot was uninjured.

This aircraft was recently in the press after it was purchased from its European home and shipped to the US to be donated to the Collings Foundation by an anonymous donor. The aircraft was being reassembled by American Aero in New Smyrna Beach following its arrival in late August. The aircraft is rare even among warbirds because it is an actual survivor of the attack of Pearl Harbor, and wears the same paint scheme as it did back then.

Order Now: 2015 Airshow Calendars Available!

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As 2014 nears it’s end, we here at AirshowStuff are excited to announce not one but two 2015 airshow photo calendars have been added to our store! These calendars are going to be printed in limited quantities so it’s important to order early! All orders received on or before December 5th will be guaranteed. Orders placed after that date will be filled only as our stock allows. Both calendars are spiral bound and printed on heavy cardstock. These are perfect gifts for the aviation lover in your life, or for yourself!


The 2015 AirshowStuff calendar is filled with our best photos from this past season and some previous seasons. These photos show a variety of airshow scenes so that you can relive the thrills all throughout 2015!
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The 2015 Jet Teams calendar features photos of your favorite airshow performers; the US Navy Blue Angels, the USAF Thunderbirds, and the Canadian Forces Snowbirds. Fill your year with jet noise and high speed action!
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P-51 Mustang Forced To Make Belly Landing in Arizona

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P-51 Mustang "Big Beautiful Doll"

The P-51 Mustang “Big Beautiful Doll” sustained some damage after being forced to make a belly landing at Phoenix-Gateway Airport yesterday in Arizona. The unnamed pilot was not hurt and immediately climbed from the cockpit to inspect the damage. This is the second warbird mishap of the day following Bill Leff’s unrelated engine failure incident in his T-6. Phoenix’s KTVK was on the scene as the aircraft landed and has photos showing the entire approach and landing. Luckily the damage to the plane appears relatively minor, surely due to the controlled nature of the landing. Kudos to the pilot for making the best out of a bad situation!

2014 MCAS Miramar Air Show – A Beginning and an End

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Excitement is building for the MCAS Miramar Air Show this weekend near San Diego, and two items have come to light as to why this year’s show will be extra special.

Photo Courtesy US Marine Corps
Photo Courtesy US Marine Corps

F-35B JSF Demonstration
The F-35 Joint Strike Fighter, also named the Lightning II, will perform at the show today, Saturday, and Sunday. This will be the Miramar debut of the Marine Corps version of the US military’s latest aircraft. The Marine version, designated F-35B, is the only of the three F-35 models able to take off and land vertically. The F-35A will be delivered to the US Air Force and the larger F-35C will see service with the US Navy. The demonstration will be performed by VMFA-121, based at MCAS Yuma in Arizona.

USMC CH-46 Sea Knight Helicopter

CH-46 Sea Knight’s Curtain Call
As the F-35 makes its first few performances, the CH-46 Sea Knight helicopter will be performing its last. As detailed on AirWingMedia.com, this weekend’s show will be the final air show performance for this workhorse chopper. The CH-46 is being phased out and replaced by the MV-22 Osprey tilt-rotor aircraft after more than 50 years of service.

With so much history taking place this weekend, be sure your camera batteries are charged if you’re heading to the show. You won’t want to miss it! As always, we love to see fan shots posted to our Facebook page as well!

Five Things About: NAS Oceana Airshow 2014

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Shockwave Jet Truck - NAS Oceana Airshow 2014

Five Things is our regular feature to review the airshows that we attend. You already know that the performers were great, so instead of recapping who flew what, we want to jump straight to the most notable moments or stories; things that would remain in your head on the drive home and for a long time afterward.

Airshow: NAS Oceana Airshow
Location: NAS Oceana, VA
Date: 9/20/14-9/21/14

1) Hornets Everywhere
NAS Oceana is synonymous with F-18 Hornets. As the master jet base for the East coast, Oceana is home to 18 Hornet squadrons and over 200 F-18s. Both the F/A-18C Hornet and F/A-18F Super Hornet demonstration teams are part of VFA-106, the main training squadron at the base. In previous years, all of this would guarantee lots of jet noise at the airshow, including a performance by both demonstration teams as well as a unique “fleet airpower demonstration” performed by some of the operational units on base. In the current budget climate though, nothing is guaranteed. The entire airshow was called off last year, and the Hornet demo teams were not able to perform at any shows this year. Everyone wondered what the 2014 airshow would look like without any Hornet participation (aside from the Blue Angels). But then, as we reported, activity around the base seemed to indicate a return of the Hornet demos. As the show neared, this theory was confirmed and it was announced that both demo teams would perform, and that a smaller-scale fleet airpower demo would also take place.

Bill Leff - NAS Oceana Airshow 2014_MG_3194a_WM

Sure enough, spectators at the airshow heard the roar of a Hornet many times during the weekend. The F/A-18C performed early in the show, followed a little bit later by the airpower demo. Although the six-Hornet airpower lineup was significantly smaller than previous years, which saw 12 or more aircraft of many types performing, everyone was happy just to have one. Unfortunately the airpower demo was decidedly hampered by the bad weather, and the VFC-12 aggressor Hornet was unable to perform its intended vertical dogfight sequence. Still, several VFA-32 Super Hornets put on a unique show including simulated bombing and strafing runs, a short simulated dogfight, “buddy” air to air refueling, and a formation flyby with a sneak pass.

US Navy Blue Angels - NAS Oceana Airshow 2014US Navy Blue Angels - NAS Oceana Airshow 2014

2) Special Color Schemes
Hornets not only dominated the skies over NAS Oceana, they dominated the static display ramp as well. As the home base for so many squadrons, Oceana has many special “CAG” paint schemes. One running complaint from previous airshows is that the units never put any effort into displaying these special and colorful schemes. This year the show finally listened to the fans and no fewer than 10 specially painted Hornets were placed on the static ramp in a large triangle formation. It was certainly an imposing sight and one that is not seen anywhere else. Fingers crossed that this is done for every future show as well!

F-18 CAG Hornets - NAS Oceana Airshow 2014L-39 Albatros - NAS Oceana Airshow 2014

3) Shockwave, Front and Center
The Shockwave jet truck and other jet-powered ground vehicles are always crowd favorites, but NAS Oceana offered a particularly good chance to get up close to this flame throwing beast. The fence line at the show is located on the ramp so as to allow room to taxi directly in front of the crowd. The performers use this to parade down the line after their flights, but Shockwave took full advantage and started up right in fron of the crowd. Instead of doing the usual flamethrowing and afterburner pops on the runway, Shockwave driver Chris Darnell did them just feet from the front row and left no doubt about how Shockwave got its name.

4) Blue Angels Knock It Off
After an absolutely perfect Friday, the weather on Saturday and Sunday was less than ideal. Both saw mostly low clouds and a bit of rain, though by Sunday afternoon the weather cleared for a Blue Angels high show. Saturday was not so fortunate; the Blues were unable to complete even a full flat show before landing. Just a few passes into the demo, an isolated rain shower moved in over the field. The team kept flying as some in the crowd headed for cover. About a third of the way through the demo, the team called a knock it off due to the lack of visibility. It was almost comical to listen to the radio as they diamond and solos tried to make contact. One of the solos had been over the nearby oceana turning around between maneuvers before losing sight of the field, and he was basically trapped in a pocket of better weather. The diamond and other solo had found a hole in the rain on the other side of the base, and only as the rain moved out were they able to join for a break to land. The many fans who had stuck out the wet weather to watch the team were rightfully crushed. Of course, as the jets taxied to parking the sun broke out and the visibility lifted.

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5) Beach Blast
One of the unique aspects of the NAS Oceana airshow is the Saturday night Beach Blast. This is an event designed to bring the airshow to the city’s crown-jewel beachfront for a short period. Unlike the traditional on-base Friday night airshow, the Beach Blast was included in this years festivites. As the sun set, the Blue Angels were introduced on the stage in a city park along the beach. Soon after, a Super Hornet from the base flew by with afterburners fully engaged. In the dim evening light they glowed like a torch – an awesome sight to behold. This year the crowd was treated to several max-afterburner passes before several jumpers from nearby Skydive Suffolk decended to the park under canopy. What a night on the beach!

– Ryan Sundheimer

Five Things About: Wings Over Waukegan 2014

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A-4 Skyhawk Wall of Fire - Wings Over Waukegan Airshow 2014

Five Things is our regular feature to review the airshows that we attend. You already know that the performers were great, so instead of recapping who flew what, we want to jump straight to the most notable moments or stories; things that would remain in your head on the drive home and for a long time afterward.

Airshow: Wings Over Waukegan
Location: Waukegan, IL
Date: 9/6/14

F-86 Sabre - Wings Over Waukegan Airshow 2014The Hoppers L-39s - Wings Over Waukegan Airshow 2014

Small Show Atmosphere
While airshows with jet teams and major gatherings get a lot of press, small shows are almost an entirely separate world. The layout is more intimate, the people are generally friendlier, and the gate rules are often relaxed. There is not an ‘ego’ to the event. Wings Over Waukegan is one of these small shows, and it provides a wonderful change of pace from larger blockbuster events. The entire show layout is smaller, and there are no chalet tents. The only tent, set up for performers and other VIPs, is at one end of the show line. The performer aircraft were parked directly in front of the main crowd area with just enough room to taxi out. Before the show, this section of the ramp was open to the public to get up close with the performing aircraft and pilots, something rarely seen at large shows.

Aircraft on Display - Wings Over Waukegan Airshow 2014MiG-17 - Wings Over Waukegan Airshow 2014

One Day Only
In fitting with the small show atmosphere, the event is only held for one day. This is not unheard of with smaller shows, but it certainly feels different to know that you cannot come back and see the same thing the next day. Photos must be taken with cautious settings as there is no second opportunity. This also makes the show organization much more vulnerable to bad weather since the crowd cannot alter their plans if rain or storms are forecast. Last year’s show dealt with large storms throughout the afternoon, but thankfully was successful enough to continue this year. However, the single day schedule is nice because it affords a chance to relax afterward without fear of an early morning to come.

Dave Dacy and Tony Kazian - Wings Over Waukegan Airshow 2014Team Aerostar - Wings Over Waukegan Airshow 2014

Luckily for the show the weather this year was very nearly perfect. Cloudless blue skies helped the photographers use the show’s sun-at-your-back orientation to its full potential and temperatures in the low 70s kept everyone comfortable. The one factor that wasn’t favorable was the decently strong on-crowd wind, and it led to some interesting moments during the show. Only a few performers used smoke during their routine, but those that did quickly smothered the crowd with it. During the jet warbird segment it got so bad that the aircraft could not be seen until they were past. A T-33 making a high speed pass and suddenly appearing in front of you is a pretty cool sight!

Warbirds Front and Center
The core of the Wings Over Waukegan show is undoubtedly the warbirds. The Warbird Heritage Foundation, a major player in Midwest shows, is based on the field across from the crowd area and puts most of their aircraft on display each year. The WHF A-4 Skyhawk served as the show finale this year, but their P-51 Mustang, T-2 Buckeye, A-1 Skyraider, F-86 Sabre, and L-39 Albatros also either flew or sat on static display. Other warbirds came in for the show, including a T-37 Tweet that put on an impressively nimble aerobatic demo, and an F4U Corsair that performed aerobatics and a US Navy Legacy Flight with the A-4.

P-51 Mustang - Wings Over Waukegan Airshow 2014Wall of Cadets - Wings Over Waukegan Airshow 2014

An Army of Cadets
One of the most stunning aspects of the Waukegan show was the massive number of cadets present. Be they Civil Air Patrol, Young Marines, or other groups with a similar purpose, the cadets and their handlers almost outnumbered the actual spectators at the show. Every static aircraft had a minimum of 3 to 5 cadets stationed around it on guard duty, making photos difficult or impossible to come by. Once the hot ramp closed, a line of cadets marched out to form a human wall in front of the spectators rather than simply setting up some sort of fence. Luckily some areas of the crowd line had normal snow fencing, but anyone with the misfortune of sitting behind the cadets surely had to feel angry at seeing a bunch of uniformed butts where aircraft should have been. Hopefully the show can look at this and come up with an alternate method of creating a crowd line. Dragging some stands out and running rope between them would not be difficult. On a positive note, the cadets were relatively relaxed and the power trips that have become all too familiar to airshow fans were not a problem. And when the only complaint about the show is a bunch of well behaved cadets, you know there isn’t much to complain about at all!

– Ryan Sundheimer

Five Things About: Cleveland National Airshow 2014

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Skip Stewart and Melissa Pemberton in Tinstix - Cleveland Airshow 2014

Five Things is our regular feature to review the airshows that we attend. You already know that the performers were great, so instead of recapping who flew what, we want to jump straight to the most notable moments or stories; things that would remain in your head on the drive home and for a long time afterward.

Airshow: Cleveland National Airshow
Location: Cleveland, OH
Date: 8/30/14-9/1/14

US Navy Blue Angels - Cleveland Airshow 2014B-17 "Yankee Lady" and Crowd - Cleveland Airshow 2014

1) Good to be Back
If there is one story about the Cleveland National Airshow, it is certainly the simple fact that it happened. When the sequestration budget cuts took effect last year, the show made the difficult decision to cancel. Many other shows have simply disappeared after ‘one time’ cancellations, so fans were rightfully worried that the airshow might never return. The 2013 show season never felt complete without the long weekend party in Cleveland to act as the big finale.

The situation was complicated further by the fact that the original 2014 Blue Angels schedule listed Cleveland as being the weekend after Labor Day, with the holiday weekend instead being occupied by the Selfridge ANGB Airshow near Detroit. Cleveland has always been a Labor Day weekend event, and having three full show days is a big part of the atmosphere. The prospect of holding it on a two day weekend was less than thrilling, especially since Selfridge would not have held a show on Monday, effectively wasting the long weekend. Luckily, Selfridge and Cleveland swapped dates and all was back to normal. After so much doubt about the future of the show, the Blue Angels roaring over downtown was an immensely pleasing sign that the “last hurrah” of summer would be a great one.

2) Static Display Disappointment
Unfortunately not everything was back to normal. With the previous Cleveland show taking place in 2012, memories of military statics and demos were still fresh in the minds of many. Cleveland has typically gotten numerous training and fighter aircraft as well as multiple military cargo aircraft to fill the large portion of tarmac near the show’s main gate. This year no such aircraft were on display, as has become the norm, and the casual airshow attendees had a hard time accepting it. Even seasoned fans who knew what to expect were a bit taken aback by the suddenly empty space that used to be filled. The show did their best to fill it, trotting out many general aviation aircraft and dedicating a bit of the formerly static display ramp space to Blue Angel parking, bringing the jets closer to the crowd than ever. They even secured a CT-156 Harvard II and a CT-155 Hawk from the Canadian Forces. United Airlines, which has historically brought a 737 in for static display, also filled a bit more ramp space this year by bringing an ERJ-145 as well. Overall it was a good effort by the organizers to make up for the bad situation so many shows have found themselves in.

3) Drone Debut
If drones are the future of airshows, then the future is here. For the first time, Cleveland featured a drone demonstration put on by the Northern Ohio Unmanned Aircraft Systems Association. Contrary to the stale “Thunderbirds flying Predators” joke, these were civilian UAVs that are currently on the market. The demonstration itself was extremely similar to the RC model aircraft demonstration that traditionally opens the show each day. Several groups of pilots stood near the runway, operating various types of drones to display their immense potential in many roles. Several large fixed wing drones flew preprogrammed search patterns to simulate a search and rescue mission. At the same time, some quad- and octocopters hovered in place as the announcers explained the benefits of such airborne video platforms. Yet another set of drones simulated delivery missions, including dropping a first aid kit under parachute. The goal of the demonstration was a noble one; to introduce the public to real drones in order to provide a counter point to the demonization of them in the media. The announcers were careful to point out that they have no desire to invade anyone’s privacy, and that the safe and responsible use of drones could herald the start of the next boom industry. If it does, this year’s airshow may indeed be one for the history books.

Skip Stewart and Shockwave Jet Truck - Cleveland Airshow 2014B-25 "Yankee Warrior" - Cleveland Airshow 2014

4) A Poor Man’s Mustang Demo
This year’s show also featured some regular visitors in a new way. Four different Titan T-51 Mustangs were on display at the show, with two on static and two flying in the show. The T-51 is a 3/4 scale, kit-built P-51 replica that is manufactured in Austinberg, OH, not far from Cleveland. These aircraft have participated in the show before, but this year saw the debut of a two-ship dogfight routine, which saw both aircraft twisting and turning quite nimbly. Unlike some dogfight routines that require long turnarounds, the aircraft were agile enough to stay in front of the crowd the entire time – a big plus when watching an act of this type. The coolest part was the dogfight’s conclusion; as the vanquished aircraft trailed smoke, it made a dramatic dive to the ground. By cleverly hiding behind the slightly raised ground across the runway from the crowd, the aircraft was able to skim the Lake Erie water and disappear from view completely. Just after it slipped out of view, a pyro blast was set off to simulate a crash. As many in the crowd started to worry, the aircraft climbed back into view and demonstrated its aerobatic capabilities before landing. Some may argue that it’s too morbid to simulate a crash at a show, but it’s not really much different than aerobatic performers diving behind tree lines or hills to disappear from sight.

Both T-51s also returned later in the show as part of the warbird flight. Although some will surely protest that these homebuilt replicas are not worthy of sharing the sky with the B-17, B-25, and TBM, they did a good job illustrating the role of bomber escorts during the war as they formed up on the B-17 “Yankee Lady”. While it surely would have been nicer to have a pair of real P-51s doing the flying, you have to appreciate the ingenuity displayed by having the replicas participate when real Mustangs were probably not an option on the show’s budget.

US Navy Blue Angels - Cleveland Airshow 2014USCG MH-65 Dolphin Helicopter - Cleveland Airshow 2014

5) Annoying, Unnecessary, Just Plain Stupid Flags
If you’ve ever been to the Cleveland Airshow, you knew this one was coming. Year after year, the show insists on lining the show line with large flags, a mind-boggling decision that ruins so much of a good thing. The runway at Cleveland is as close as anywhere, and the lighting is near perfect for photos, particularly earlier in the day. Yet instead of allowing spectators to see, let alone photograph, things on or near the runway, the show obscures almost the entire view. It really is inexcusable and it really needs to stop. Unfortunately the show seems completely unaware of the complaints and frustration the flags cause amongst the crowd. It really is infuriating, but hopefully the show finally does away with the flags next year. This amazing event deserves to be flag free!

– Ryan Sundheimer

2014/2015 Blue Angels Schedule

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UPDATE: This 2015 schedule is no longer current. As of 12/9/14, the Blue Angels have released a revised 2015 show schedule with several changes. Please click here to see the new schedule!

US Navy Blue Angels

2014 Blue Angels Schedule

3/15-3/15 NAF El Centro Annual Air Show, NAF El Centro, CA
3/21-3/22 Palmdale Air Show, Palmdale, CA
3/23-3/23 Fontana, CA Flyover
3/29-3/30 Wings Over Texas Air Show, NAS Kingsville, TX

4/5-4/6 Sun ‘n Fun 2014, Lakeland, FL
4/12-4/13 Thunder over Louisville,Louisville,KY
4/19-4/20 Off – Easter Weekend
4/26-4/27 Fort Worth Air Power Expo 2014, NAS Fort Worth JRB, TX

5/3-5/4 Fair St. Louis Air Show, St. Louis, MO
5/10-5/11 Vero Beach Air Show, Vero Beach, FL
5/17-5/18 Rhode Island Airshow, North Kingston,RI
5/21-5/23 USNA Air Show and Graduation Flyover, US Naval Academy, MD
5/24-5/25 New York Air Show at Jones Beach, Jones Beach, NY
5/31-6/1 Deke Slayton Airfest, La Crosse, WI

6/7-6/8 Latrobe Airshow, Latrobe, PA
6/14-6/15 The Great Tennessee Air Show, Smyrna, TN
6/21-6/22 Milwaukee Air and Water Show, Milwaukee, WI
6/28-6/29 Dayton Air Show, Dayton, OH

7/5-7/6 National Cherry Festival Airshow, Traverse City, MI
7/12-7/12 Pensacola Beach Air Show, Pensacola Beach, FL
7/19-7/20 Defenders of Freedom Air Show, Offutt AFB, NE
7/26-7/27 Thunder Over Utah Air Show, St. George, UT

8/2-8/3 SeaFair Boeing Air Show, Seattle, WA
8/9-8/10 Weekend Off
8/16-8/17 City of Chicago Air and Water Show, Chicago, IL
8/23-8/24 Duluth Air and Aviation Expo, Duluth, MN
8/30-9/01 Cleveland National Air Show, Cleveland, OH

9/6-9/7 Selfridge ANGB Air Show, Selfridge ANGB, MI
9/13-09/14 Star-Spangled Air Show, Baltimore, MD
9/20-9/21 NAS Oceana Air Show, NAS Oceana, VA
9/27-9/28 JB Pearl Harbor-Hickam Air Show, Pearl Harbor, HI

10/4-10/5 MCAS Miramar Air Show, MCAS Miramar, CA
10/11-10/12 San Francisco Fleet Week, San Francisco, CA
10/18-10/19 Memphis Air Show, Millington, TN
10/25-10/26 NAS Jacksonville Air Show , NAS Jacksonville, FL

11/1-11/2 Wings Over Houston Airshow, Houston, TX
11/7-11/8 Blue Angels Homecoming Air Show, NAS Pensacola, FL

2015 Blue Angels Schedule

3/14 NAF El Centro Airshow, El Centro,CA
3/21-3/22 Melbourne Air and Space Show, Melbourne,FL
3/28-3/29 Tuscaloosa Regional Airshow, Tuscaloosa,AL

4/5 Easter (Weekend Off)
4/11-4/12 MCAS Beaufort Airshow, MCAS Beaufort, SC
4-18-4/19 NAS Corpus Christi Airshow, Corpus Christi, TX
4/25-4/26 Vidalia Onion Festival Airshow, Vidalia, GA

5/2-5/3 Defenders of Liberty Open House, Barksdale AFB,LA
5/9-5/10 Quad City Airshow, Davenport, IA
5/16-5/17 Great New England Airshow, Westover ARB, MA
5/20-5/22 USNA Show and Graduation Flyover
5/27 Thunder over the Boardwalk, Atlantic City, NJ
5/30-5/31 Rhode Island Airshow, North Kingstown,RI

6/6-6/7 Rockford Airfest, Rockford,IL
6/13-6/14 OC Airshow, Ocean City,MD
6/20-6/21 Westmoreland County Airshow, Latrobe,PA
6/27-6/28 Evansville Freedom Festival, Evansville,IN

7/4- 7/5 Great Minnesota Airshow, St Cloud,MN
7/11 Pensacola Beach,FL (finalist week)
7/18-7/19 Oregon International Airshow at Hillsboro, Hillsboro,OR
7/25-7/26 Fargo Airshow, Fargo,ND

8/1-8/2 Seafair Seattle, Seattle,WA
8/8-8/9 Weekend Off
8/15-8/16 Chicago Air and Water Show, Chicago,IL
8/22-8/23 KC Aviation Expo, Kansas City,MO
8/29-8/30 Thunder over Michigan, Ypsilanti,MI

9/5-9/6 Great State of Maine Airshow, Brunswick, ME
9/12-9/13 Fort Worth Alliance Airshow, Fort Worth,TX
9/19-9/20 NAS Oceana Airshow, VA Beach,VA
9/26-9/27 Naval Base Ventura County Airshow, Oxnard,CA

10/4-10/5 MCAS Miramar Airshow, MCAS Miramar,CA
10/11-10/12 Fleet Week San Francisco,San Francisco,CA
10/18-10/19 Memphis Airshow, Millington,TN
10/25-10/26 NAS Jax Airshow, Jacksonville Beach,FL (water show)

11/1-11/2 Wings over Houston Airshow, Houston,TX
11/7-11/9 Blue Angels Homecoming Airshow, NAS Pensacola,FL

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