Blue Angels Announce 2014 Practice Schedule

Blue Angels Announce 2014 Practice Schedule

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NAS PENSACOLA, Florida - The U.S. Navy Flight Demonstration Squadron, the Blue Angels, have announced a change in the Tuesday and Wednesday weekly practice demonstration times onboard Naval Air Station Pensacola (NASP) for the 2014 air show season.

The scheduled practice demonstrations will now begin at 11:30 a.m. onboard the air station.

This change more closely matches the time the Blue Angels typically perform at air shows. The later practice time will also help alleviate some of the traffic arriving onboard the base during the busy morning commute.

The Blue Angel pilots will be at the National Naval Aviation Museum Wednesdays immediately following the practice demonstration to meet the public and sign autographs.

Public viewing of the Blue Angel practice demonstrations is available at the designated seating area behind the museum.

For more information about practice demonstration viewing at the museum, call (850) 452-3604 or visit the museum’s website: www.navalaviationmuseum.org.

For more information about the Blue Angels, visit www.BlueAngels.navy.mil.             
 
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