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May 13-15 • Langley Air Force Base

F-22 Demo Team

Thunderbirds The Trojan Horsemen Misty Blues All Women Skydiving Team Mohr Ba arnsttorm ming

Billl Leff

GEICO Skytypers Disabled American Veterans: B-225 “Panchito” P51-C Red Tail Army Golden Knights Greg Poe A10 East Coast Demo Team Otto the Helicopter


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/DQJOH\$LU6KRZ 6FKHGXOHRI(YHQWV Friday, May 13 5 p.m. Gates Open to Public 5:30 p.m. Welcome National Anthem US Air Force F-22 and T-38 Greg Poe Air Shows MX-2 F - 4 Phantom F-22 Raptor Demo US Air Force Heritage Flight 7 p.m. Concert featuring Chris Young 9 p.m. Bill Leff (T-6) Randy Ball MiG-17 Otto the Helicopter Misty Blues All-Women Skydiving Team Spectacular Fireworks Display ■ NOTE: All 2011 Langley Air Show event times are subject to change.

Saturday & Sunday, May 14-15 9 a.m. Gates Open To Public 10:30 a.m. National Anthem Welcome F-22 and T-38 P-51 Mustang "Red Tail" DAV B-25 Panchito and P-51 Mustang "Red Tail" Otto the Helicopter Bill Leff (T-6) 12:02 p.m. Randy Ball MiG-17 John Mohr Barnstorming Trojan Horsemen (6x T-28) US Army Golden Knights Parachute Team F - 4 Phantom A-10 East Demo F-22 Raptor Demo Misty Blues All-Women Skydiving Team US Air Force Heritage Flight GEICO Skytypers Greg Poe Air Shows MX-2 US Air Force Thunderbirds

For more information on the event, visit www.langleyairshow.com

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$LU6KRZ7UDYHO'LUHFWLRQV The general public will be admitted through the North Armistead Ave. (West) and LaSalle Gates of Langley AFB. Entry through the King Street Gate is not open to the general public. The following outlines the assigned installation access points for visitors, workers and other guests during AirPower over Hampton Roads 2011. Signs and law enforcement employees will direct visitors to parking areas. General public base access: General public visitors may enter Langley Air Force Base through the Armistead and LaSalle gates. The LaSalle Gate will be open to inbound and outbound traffic for the duration of the air show; however, the Armistead Gate will be open for the following: • May 13 — inbound and outbound traffic all day • May 14 and 15 — for inbound traffic from 9 to 11 a.m. • May 14 — for outbound traffic from 5 to 7:30 p.m. • May 15 — for outbound traffic from 4 to 6:30 p.m. Distinguished visitors/guests: Distinguished visitors and invited guests

may use the King Street Gate during public entry hours. Military DVs must possess military identification; invited guests must a possess photo ID and invited guest pass. Vendors/Workers: Vendors and workers may use the LaSalle and King Street gates throughout the weekend. All must be on the law enforcement Entry Authorization Lists, and present possess a photo ID and credentials for verification to enter. Media partners: Media partners may enter through the LaSalle and King Street gates throughout the weekend. Media members must meet entry requirements and obtain an official Media Access pass at the gates, before reporting directly to the 633d Air Base Wing Public Affairs Office to check in. Base residents/NASA area workers: NASA Langley Research Center will maintain one open gate throughout the weekend, primarily to facilitate access for base residents and base employees. Note, that during Thunderbird performances, the primary route of travel in this area of base will be blocked.

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Randy Ball (MiG17)

F-22 Demonstration Team

Made famous by the Vietnam War, the MiG-17F was the primary enemy aircraft engaged in the skies over Vietnam by U.S. aircraft, such as the A-4,A-7, F-8, B-52, F-100, F-105 and its primary nemesis, the F-4 Phantom II. During that war and up until the F-16 entered service, it was the tightest-turning ďŹ ghter in the world.When production started in the 1950s, its VK-1F engine made it one of the ďŹ rst production jet ďŹ ghters in the world with an afterburner. The MiG-17F #1611 entered service with the Soviet bloc in March 1960 and wasn’t withdrawn from service until May 1990.

The Air Combat Command F-22 Demonstration Team at Langley Air Force Base performs precision aerial maneuvers to demonstrate the unique capabilities of the world's only operational ďŹ fth-generation ďŹ ghter aircraft. Team members also exhibit the professional qualities the Air Force develops in the

Randy Ball’s MiG-17F spent almost four years in restoration, and is one of only a handful of vintage jets ying the North American air show circuit. It has an authentic paint job and is the only MiG available for ground display with fully restored guns. Ball’s MiG has been seen by millions of air show fans across North America and featured in numerous publications It has been ďŹ lmed on several occasions, including performing as the enemy aircraft with the USAF’s F-4 Phantom* for the Discovery Channel and it is now being featured in a new ight simulator program.

             

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U.S. Air Force ‘Thunderbirds’

Greg Poe

Now in their 58th season, the U.S. Air Force “Thunderbirds� are again taking their show on the road, showcasing the pride and precision of today’s Air Force and wowing audiences around the world. At each of the 70-plus air show site locations on this year’s schedule, the 2011 Thunderbirds team will proudly perform on behalf of the nearly 700,000 active-duty, Air National Guard, Air Force

Greg Poe started his ying career at an early age and earned his pilot’s license while still a teenager. His ight instructor, John Chambers, introduced him to aerobatics early on and it quickly turned into a passion that continues to this day. Poe’s love of aerobatics led him to enter competitions around the country, which enhanced his skills and eventually led to his ďŹ rst airshow performance in 1992. Shortly after, he became a full time airshow pilot and a main stay on the

Reserve and civilian Airmen serving at home and abroad. It’s from that diverse group of Air Force professionals that the Thunderbirds team is formed. The team’s primary mission is twofold: ďŹ rst, to exhibit the capabilities of modern, warďŹ ghting aircraft and, second, to demonstrate the high degree of skill maintained by Air Force members serving in a variety of career specialties.

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circuit, performing at 15 to 25 airshow events each year. Poe’s life took a major turn in 2002 following the drug related death of his son Ryan. He now visits schools and youth groups with his Elevate Your Life program, discussing the incredible opportunities aviation has afforded him and telling his son’s story as a reminder to young people about the importance of making the right choices and following their dreams.

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A-10 East Demonstraton Team

P51-C Red Tail

A select group of professionals at Moody Air Force Base are dedicated to showing the extreme capabilities of the A-10 aircraft through exceptional aerial maneuvers. Our mission: • Demonstrate the capabilities of the A-10 Thunderbolt II. • Demonstrate the professional competence of U.S. Air Force personnel. • Positively affect USAF recruiting and

The Red Tail Project is dedicated to telling the story of the Tuskegee Airmen, the World War II ďŹ ghter group composed of African-American pilots and support personnel who fought discrimination and prejudice in order to serve their country. The Tuskegee Airmen trained, ew, and ultimately fought, their way to a record unequaled by any other ďŹ ghter group in WWII. Flying aircraft painted with iconic red tails, their skill in protecting bomber groups is the stuff of legend. 450 African-American pilots served overseas during the war. Sixty-six were killed

retention efforts. • Promote community and international relations. The A/OA-10 Thunderbolt II is the ďŹ rst Air Force Aircraft specially designed for close air support of ground forces. They are simple, effective and survivable twin-engine jet aircraft that can be used against all ground targets, including tanks and other armored vehicles.



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in combat and another 32 taken prisoner. The Red Tail Project, part of the Commemorative Air Force, was founded to keep spreading that message and exposing people to the extraordinary gentlemen who set such an inspirational example. Through the restoration of a P-51C Mustang christened “Tuskegee Airmen� the project did just what project leader Don Hinz had dreamed — “Inspire youth and tell the story of the Tuskegee Airmen all across America� — as the airplane became a major draw for people at air shows and other venues.

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Bill Leff Air Shows

Misty Blues Skydiving Team

Bill Leff has had a passion for aviation ever since he was old enough to talk. As a young boy, Leff delivered newspapers in his neighborhood to raise money, not for candy or toys, but for flying lessons and later to buy his first airplane. All his earnings went to aviation. Leff’s aviation career includes more than 30 years of corporate flying, several years as President of an internationally known corporate aircraft maintenance company, and flight instructor for Trans

The Misty Blues Skydiving Team is the nly all women’s skydiving demonstration team in the world. The team has been performing all around the world for over 25 years. The Misty Blues team has eight women from all across the U.S., five of whom have at least their private pilots license. Between team members they have 35 world records and 40,000 jumps. The average number of jumps per team member is an amazing 3,000. The Misty Blues All Woman Skydiving Team has performed all around the world, including Indonesia, Malaysia, Canada, Mexico, Japan, United Arab Emirates, Puerto Rico and to all corners of our beautiful United States.

World Airlines. Today, he also does test flying for defense related research projects as well as initial and recurrent training in Aero Commander aircraft. He has been in the air show business since 1976 and developed the Night show act in 1989. He has flown more than 170 different types of aircraft from warbirds to airline transport aircraft and has well over 20,000 hours of flying time, including more than 4,000 hours in the T-6.

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Mohr BarnStorming

Geico Skytypers

John Mohr has been thrilling crowds for more than 25 years. He is the recipient of both the Bill Barber Award for Showmanship and the Art Scholl Memorial Showmanship Award. He is currently a commercial airline pilot, a helicopter pilot and collector of vintage planes. Even though he is a captain, check airman and FAA designated examiner for a major airline, half

The World Famous GEICO Skytypers Airshow Team is a ight squadron of six vintage WWII airplanes performing precision ight maneuvers at select airshows across the US. The diverse ying expertise of the team members aligns perfectly with the unique components of their overall performance. They are the only civilian squadron

of Mohr’s 25,000 hours come from light airplanes and helicopters. You won’t believe what he can make that 1943 Stock Stearman PT-17 do. The name “Stearmanâ€? is for Lloyd Stearman, who designed and built the ďŹ rst Stearman Aircraft. Mohr uses this excellent aircraft for Aerobatic routines, low-level and in-your-face acro, noise and smoke.

  

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