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Blue Angels Jun 16
It's the last day of the , Ocean City, Maryland! Your are beach-bound for a 2:45 p.m. show!
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Blue Angels Jun 15
Good Morning, ! 73 years ago, on June 15, 1946, the Navy Flight Exhibition Team, now known as the Blue Angels, performed its first flight demonstration at Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Florida.
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Blue Angels Jun 14
Get pumped, Ocean City, Maryland! Your are ready to rock this weekend's OC Air Show! Who's going to the beach?
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Blue Angels Jun 7
Good Morning ! Our very own alumnus, Maj. Jeff Mullins, and AM1 Orlando Navedo had a chance to interact with students from the College of Basic & Applied Sciences and answer aviation-related questions!
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Blue Angels Jun 6
Good evening, Smyrna! Check out these photos from today's practice demonstration in preparation for ! Who's coming out to the flight line this weekend?
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Blue Angels Jun 6
Due to a weather delay leaving Pensacola this morning, our downtown Nashville, Tennessee flyover may not happen. The pilots will make a real-time decision based on schedule and weather en route. If only we could control the 🌧!
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Blue Angels Jun 5
Get your 📷 ready, ! Your Blue Angels will be flying over downtown Nashville tomorrow morning around 9:45. We’ll head west over Broadway then south over the Cumberland River en route to The Great Tennessee Air Show!
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Blue Angels Jun 5
Good morning, , There is a change to our practice schedule over NAS Pensacola next week. There will NOT be a practice on Wednesday, June 12, due to the team's departure to Ocean City, MD for the . We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
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Blue Angels Jun 2
Good afternoon, ! We have our last performance this afternoon at 2:45, but here’s a look back at our crazy week so far!
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Blue Angels Jun 1
Good afternoon, ! The weather is clearing here at AFB, and our new showtime is just over 30 minutes away at 4:00 p.m.!
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Blue Angels Jun 1
Good morning, ! Your Blue Angels perform today at 2:45, but you can visit with some of the team at 11:30 at the Navy’s virtual reality truck at the . We’ll be there until at least 12:15, but the VR experience will be there all day!
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Blue Angels May 31
It's almost time to , OKC! We've got one practice flight in the books with one more this afternoon before we officially kick off the Star Spangled Salute Air & Space Show at Tinker Air Force Base!
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Blue Angels May 30
Good Afternoon Oklahoma City! Your are getting the jets ready to rock for this weekend's Star Spangled Salute Air & Space Show at Tinker Air Force Base!
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Blue Angels May 28
Good morning, , This is a reminder that today’s practice demonstration at NAS Pensacola has been cancelled. Wednesday’s practice is not affected, and is still scheduled for 11:30 a.m.
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Blue Angels May 27
Good afternoon, , There will be no practice tomorrow, Tuesday, May 28. We will still practice Wednesday. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
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Blue Angels May 27
Today, we honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice in service to their country. Your had the privilege of flying over the Barrancas National Cemetery on our way back home from Miami in observance of Memorial Day.
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Blue Angels May 26
#6 just sneakin' through Miami..
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Blue Angels May 24
Replying to @Bere223
Fat Albert’s permanent replacement has not yet been identified. The team will rely on military and contract logistics for getting to and from air shows.
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Blue Angels May 24
Replying to @kaj3161
Every aircraft has a finite number of flight hours. After serving in the fleet Fat Albert spent its remaining flight hours serving with the Blue Angels, and the team is happy the aircraft will continue to serve the fleet as a ground-based training aid in Fort Worth, Texas.
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Blue Angels May 24
Fat Albert’s permanent replacement has not yet been identified. The team will rely on military and contract logistics for getting to and from air shows.
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