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May 17, 2012

Air Fest 2012: Schedule of Events

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Gates open at 8 AM and close at 5:30 PM. Free admission and free parking! There will be a mandatory metal detection and bag search. No coolers, pets, bicycles, glass containers, alcoholic beverages, E-Z ups, skateboards, or roller blades. Suggestions for your comfort: Folding chair, blanket and sunscreen.

8:00     Gates open

10:00     Flying Jet Fly-by

10:10     Parachute Team (US Flag Drop and Anthem)

10:20     Opening ceremonies, introductions and welcome

10:30     T-34 Formation (Missing Man) from March Aero Club

10:40     Robosaurus Teaser

10:50     Weber & Melby Preview

11:00     F-86 Demo

11:15     KC-135 Stratotanker Flyby by 336th Air Refueling Squadron, March Air Reserve Base

11:30     John Collver in the SNJ-5 “Wardog” races the Jet Car Tim Decker in the Pitts

11:50     Patriot Jet Team Demo

12:10     Robosaurus Demo

12:35     Rob Harrison (ZLIN-50 “Tumbling Bear”)

12:50     AV-8 Marine Harrier Demo

1:05     Jon Melby (Pitts) Demo

1:20     Trainer Parade and Ace Maker Airshows w/ Greg Colyer and T-33

1:45     Matt Chapman (Eagle 580)

2:00     Tanker 910 and C-130 Fire Attack Air Water Drops

2:20     Tim Weber (Geico MXS2)

2:35     C-17 Globemaster III Air Demonstration by 729 Airlift Squadron, March Air Reserve Base

2:55     US Navy F-18 Hornet Air Demonstration by Lt Brandon Boggs from VFA-125, NAS Lemoore, CA; Legacy Flight with F-18 Hornet and F-6F Hellcat

3:15     U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds

5:00     Open House Ends

5:30     Gates Close

 




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