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December 14, 2012

Blue Angels releases 2013 show schedule

The Navy Flight Demonstration Squadron, the Blue Angels, has released their 2013 show schedule in which the Blue Angels are scheduled to perform 65 demonstrations at 32 locations.

The 2013 show schedule is:

 

March 16: NAF El Centro, Calif.

March 23-24 NAS Key West, Fla.

April 6-7: MacDill AFB, Fla.

April 13-14: NAS Corpus Christi, Texas

April 20-21: Vidalia, Ga.

April 27-28: MCAS Beaufort, S.C.

May 4-5: Barksdale AFB, La.

May 11-12: Jackson, Miss.

May 18-19: Seymour Johnson AFB, N.C.

May 22 and 24: U.S. Naval Academy Fly-Over, Md.

May 25-26: Lynchburg, Va.

June 1-2: Rockford, Ill.

June 8-9: Ocean City, Md.

June 15-16: Indianapolis, Ind.

June 22-23: Bagotville, Quebec, Canada

June 29-30: North Kingstown, R.I.

July 6-7: Evansville, Ind.

July 13: Pensacola Beach, Fla.

July 20-21: St. Cloud, Minn.

July 27-28: Hillsboro, Ore.

Aug. 3-4: Seattle, Wash.

Aug. 10-11: Fargo, N.D.

Aug. 24-25: Kansas City, Mo.

Aug-Sept. 1: NAS Patuxent River, Md.

Sept. 7-8: Eau Claire, Wisc.

Sept. 14-15: Brunswick, Maine

Sept. 21-22: NAS Oceana, Va.

Sept. 28-29: NAS Point Mugu, Calif.

Oct.-5-6: MCAS Miramar, San Diego, Calif.

Oct. 12-13: San Francisco, Calif.

Oct. 19-20: Fort Worth, Texas

Oct. 26-27: NAS Jacksonville, Fla.

Nov. 1-2: NAS Pensacola, Fla.

 

Demonstration sites are selected in support of the Department of Defense objectives and in the interest of the armed services with safety as the primary consideration. Performances greatly assist in the recruiting and retention goals for the military services, enhance esprit de corps among uniformed men and women and demonstrate the professional skills and capabilities of the Naval services to the American public and U.S. allies.

 




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