April 18th and 19th
Charleston, South Carolina
- US Navy Blue Angels
- USSOCOM Parachute Team
- USAF A-10 Thunderbolt II Demo
- USAF F-35A Lightning II Demo
- USAF Heritage Flight
- USAF C-17 Globemaster III Demo
- USCG MH-65 Dolphin Search & Rescue Demo
- CAF Red Tail Squadron's P-51C Mustang
- Scott "Scooter" Yoak (P-51D Mustang "Quicksilver")
- Jerry Conley (DH.115 Vampire "Vampy 2")
- Bill Stein (Edge 540)
- Stephen Covington (Pitts S2S "Raptor")
- Immortal Red Baron
- Precision Exotics
Updated As Of 3/6/20
A-10 Demo Team???
SRC Airshows Raptor Pitts (plus dogfight with Immortal Red Baron)
P-51 "Wee Willy II"
Coast Guard SAR Demo
It's unclear if all of these will be there, but the A-10 Demo Team is currently available for that weekend, so it's certainly possible. The clip is very short, so maybe it's just for the pyro team. See for yourselves.
I’m thinking this won’t be the A-10 Demo Team, but an A-10 doing a more limited flying display similar to the F-35 at the previous show.
- Boeing C-17 Globemaster III
- Lockheed HC-130J
- Lockheed C-5 Galaxy
- Boeing KC-46 Pegasus
- Boeing 747 Dreamlifter
- Boeing P-8 Poseidon
- Boeing B-52 Stratofortress
- Sikorsky HH-60 Pave Hawk
- MH-65 Dolphin
- CV-22 Osprey
- F-16 Fighting Falcon
- F-15 Eagle
- Bell UH-1 Huey
Subject To Change Without Notice
With over 800 flight hours in both the F22 Raptor and the F-35A Lightning II, Capt. Kristin "BEO" Wolfe is a combat veteran fighter pilot from the 388th Fighter Wing at Hill Air Force Base, Utah.
She'll be "sending it" for the next two years, showcasing the world's most advanced fighter jet to people across the world.
Let's get ready to bring the Lightning
I think that's the idea, it seems to be getting more popular with base shows that are free. Yuma had a certain number of free car passes available for their night show since parking was limited and it seems like I've heard several other bases doing the same. It's a way to avoid the hassle of way too many people showing up.OwenORourke wrote: ↑Mon Mar 02, 2020 8:37 pmIn reviewing their website they have a section for downloading a 'Mandatory Vehicle Base Access Pass' for parking and a line that says you will be denied entry if you do not have a base pass. I haven't seen this for air shows before, is it a way of limiting the number of vehicles on base?
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