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Table of Contents 72 Years of Aviation Excellence

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The 2018 Blue Angels Team

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Air Show Flight Demos

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Air Expo Schedule & Map

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History’s on Display at PAX River Naval Air Museum

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Air Expo Safety Info

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Air Expo FAQs

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In 1946, the Chief of Naval Operations, Admiral Chester Nimitz, had a vision to create a flight exhibition team in order to raise the public’s interest in naval aviation and boost Navy morale. In the 1940’s, we thrilled audiences with our precision combat maneuvers in the F6 Hellcat, the F8 Bearcat and the F9 Panther. During the 1950’s, we refined our demonstration with aerobatic maneuvers in the F9 Cougar and F-11 Tiger and introduced the first six-plane delta formation, still flown to this day. By the end of the 1960’s, we were flying the F-4 Phantom, the only two seat aircraft flown by the delta formation. In 1974, we transitioned to the A-4 Skyhawk, a smaller and lighter aircraft with a tighter turning radius allowing for a more dynamic flight demonstration. In 1986, we celebrated our 40th Anniversary by unveiling the Boeing F/A-18 Hornet, which we still fly to this day. In 1949, it became necessary for the Blue Angels to operate a support aircraft to move personnel and equipment between show sites. These support aircraft including the Douglas R4D Sky Train, the Curtiss R5C Commando, the Douglas R5D Skymaster, and the Lockheed C-121 Super Constellation. In 1970 the team received the Lockheed Martin C-130, affectionately known as “Fat Albert.”

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A total of 17 officers voluntarily serve with the Blue Angels. Each year the team typically selects three tactical (fighter or fighter/attack) jet pilots, two support officers and one Marine Corps C-130 pilot to relieve departing members. The Chief of Naval Air Training selects the “Boss,” the Blue Angels Commanding Officer. Boss must have at least 3,000 tactical jet flight-hours and have commanded a tactical jet squadron. The Commanding Officer flies the Number 1 jet. The Chief of Naval Air Training also selects the “XO,” the Blue Angels Executive Officer. XO is a Naval Flight Officer (NFO) and must have at least 1,250 tactical jet flight-hours. Career-oriented Navy and Marine Corps jet pilots with an aircraft carrier qualification and a minimum of 1,250 tactical jet flight-hours are eligible for positions flying jets Number 2 through 7. The Events Coordinator, Number 8, is a Naval Flight Officer (NFO) or a Weapons Systems Officer (WSO) who meets the same criteria as Numbers 2 through 7. The Marine Corps pilots flying the C-130T Hercules aircraft, affectionately known as “Fat Albert,” must be aircraft commander qualified with at least 1,200 flight hours. Career-oriented officers specializing in maintenance, administration, aviation medicine, public affairs and supply fill support positions. The Blue Angels base their selection of officers on professional ability, military bearing and communication skills. Blue Angels officers are well-rounded representatives of their fleet counterparts. Officers typically serve two years with the team. Blue Angels officers return to the fleet after their tours of duty. The mission of the Blue Angels is to showcase the pride and professionalism of the United States Navy and Marine Corps by inspiring a culture of excellence and service to country through flight demonstrations and community outreach.

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The Blue Angels’ mission is to enhance Navy and Marine Corps recruiting efforts and to represent the naval service to the United States, its elected leadership and foreign nations. The Blue Angels serve as positive role models and goodwill ambassadors for the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps. A Blue Angels flight demonstration exhibits choreographed refinements of skills possessed by all naval aviators. It includes the graceful aerobatic maneuvers of the four-plane Diamond Formation, in concert with the fast-paced, high-performance maneuvers of its two Solo Pilots. Finally, the team illustrates the pinnacle of precision flying, performing maneuvers locked as a unit in the renowned, six-jet Delta Formation. Since its inception in 1946, the Blue Angels have performed for more than 427 million fans.

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GEICO Skytypers

The GEICO Skytypers are a civilian air show squadron based in Long Island, NY. The team is comprised of 11 pilots who fly World War II-era aircraft. The GEICO Skytypers are one of a select few organizations in the world that can generate giant skytyped messages. In addition to skytyping, the team performs a lowlevel precision-flying demonstration showcasing many of the maneuvers and tactics that were taught to WWII and Korean War pilots. The Skytypers perform a low-level, precision flying demonstration that has thrilled spectators all over the United States. The aircraft fill the skies in front of the audience as the team performs their 18-minute demonstraion. Through expert energy management and steady hands, the pilots extract every ounce of performance possible from the wonderful WWII antique aircraft.

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Rob Holland is one of the most decorated, respected, and innovative aerobatic pilots and airshow performers in the world today. Flying the MXS-RH, an all carbon fiber, competition–ready, single-seat aerobatic airplane designed and built by MX Aircraft, Rob Holland brings an unrivaled performance to airshows across North America, thrilling millions of spectators with his dynamic and breathtaking display. Winner of six consecutive US National Aerobatic Championships, three World Freestyle Aerobatic Championships and the International Council of Airshows (ICAS) prestigious Art Scholl Award for Showmanship, the highest honor any airshow pilot can receive, Rob has distinguished himself by blazing a trail of innovation, developing maneuvers never before seen at an airshows. In 2017, Rob will be celebrating 16 years in the airshow industry, bringing his passion for aviation to audiences at airshows across North America, hoping to inspire people to pursue their dreams with the same focus and dedication that has propelled Rob to the very top of the airshow world.

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Air Expo Schedule 8 AM

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Patty, one of the world’s top airshow pilots, flies thrilling, lowlevel aerobatic demonstrations before millions of people each year. Her breathtaking performances give airshow spectators a front-row seat view of the precision and complexity of modern, unlimited hard-core aerobatics. Her smooth aggressive style sets the standard for performers the world over.

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Within this Way of Life, Elias Corey and Suzuki enter the fastest sport in the world, Competition Aerobatics and Demonstration Flight. At speeds over 250mph and nine times the force of gravity, man and machine will be tested as Elias Corey and Suzuki set their sights set on Global Advanced Aerobatics Championships. At the events spectators and enthusiasts will have the opportunity to immerse themselves in the world of Suzuki. From racetrack to back roads to adventure off-road you’ll have the opportunity to test Suzuki’s full line of motorcycles at the Suzuki National Airshow Tour. We look forward to seeing you there and to introducing you to the Suzuki’s Way of Life.


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History’s on Display at Patuxent River Naval Air Museum By Dick Myers Editor

Looking for a perfect way to absorb Patuxent River Naval Air Station’s 75-year history? Look no farther than just ouside the base’s Gate 1, where the new Patuxent River Naval Air Museum (PRNAM) sits proudly with a flightline of 22 aircraft just outside its doors. The museum has been open in its new quarters along Route 235 for about 18 months. It’s in front of the building that had previously housed the museum, and which is now being renovated for collections and other uses. The museum is new in more than just the building. According to the museum’s website, “It is no longer an official U.S. Navy museum following federal budget restructuring. The Museum is now a private, non-profit (501C(3)) organization working in conjunction with St Mary’s County. With the recently completed construction of a multi-million dollar capital project that transformed the Museum, it is

now displaying the potential to become a premier cultural institution and economic driver for the county.“

The museum, however, is not new. It is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year, paralleling the base’s landmark 75th birthday. Exhibits inside the museum trace the base’s timeline from before construction began, to the commissioning ceremony on April 1, 1943 to the present day. So how is the museum different? According to their website: “When compared to other aviation-focused museums, PRNAM is unique in terms of its collections and mission. Whereas most aviation museums focus on operational aircraft and exhibits, PRNAM focuses on the research, development, test and evaluation environment. Ideas and concepts that were developed and introduced to the Fleet form the basis of its interpretive program. PRNAM also displays concepts that never made it to the Fleet that makes the museum’s

collection all the more unique. Artifacts and simulators, films and books spanning the history of Naval Aviation topped off with a display of 22 one-of-a-kind aircraft.” The museum features an extensive collection of flight test and naval artifacts ranging from ejection seats and weapons to unmanned aerial vehicles and full-size aircraft. The following aircraft are on display: • McDonnell Douglas NA-4M Skyhawk • North American RA-5C Vigilante • Grumman NA-6E Intruder • LTV NA-7A Corsair II • McDonnell Douglas F-4J Phantom II • Douglas NF-6A(F4D) Skyray • Grumman F9F-8B Cougar • Grumman F-14A Tomcat • McDonnell Douglas NF/A-18A Hornet

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Contact the museum at 301-863-1900 or go to their website at http://paxmuseum.com

The museum is at 22156 Three Notch Road, Lexington Pak, MD 20653. Museum hours are Tues.-Sat., 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday, noon to 5 p.m. The flight simulators are in operation Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and at other times by appointment.

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Air Expo Safety Information We are happy to have you, your friends and your family as our guests at the NAS Patuxent River Air Expo. We will do everything to ensure that your Air Show experience is safe and enjoyable. We ask for your cooperation in keeping potentially dangerous items outside the installation gates. At the entry points to the air show grounds, ALL bags will be inspected and all individuals are subject to search prior to entering the air show flight line. Large bags, large backpacks, ice chests and coolers will NOT be permitted. No outside food or drink is allowed. It is recommended that spectators minimize the number and size of permitted items to reduce the inspection time prior to access into the flight line area.

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• Pax River Air Expo is a No Drone Zone • Unattended bags and packages will be removed from the premises • Sun protection, including hat, long-sleeved shirts and long pants and sun screen are recommended • Water will be available for sale within the food vending area • Wear comfortable footgear; portions of the flight line are paved and you may walk long distances

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Smoking, while permitted in the airshow grounds, is not permitted near aircraft or in hangars, including the static display area. This also includes all e-cigarettes and vaporizers.

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Air Expo FAQs Q. Where is the 2018 Pax River Air Expo being held?

A. The 2018 Pax River Air Expo will be held at Naval Air Station Patuxent River June 2 and June 3.

Q. Is the event open to the public? A. Yes, the 2018 Pax River Air Expo is free to attend and open to the public*; access will not require any special credentials. *NOTE: Individuals otherwise prohibited or specifically barred from entering the installation will remain barred from entering the installation during the 2018 Pax River Air Expo.

Q. How do I get on base to view the 2018 Pax River Air Expo? A. NAS Patuxent River Gate 1 and Gate 2 will be open spectators of the Air Expo at beginning at 8 a.m. June 2 and June 3.

Q. Is there parking on base for the 2018 Pax River Air Expo? A. Yes, parking for the 2018 Pax

River Air Expo is available on base, conveniently located by the event area. All vehicular traffic will be directed from the main gates to the Air Expo parking area.

Q. Is Handicapped Parking available at the 2018 Pax River Air Expo? A. Yes, Handicapped Parking is available at the Air Expo. Vehicles with Handicap placards or license plates will be directed to the handicap parking area.

Q. Is the performer line up the same for both days of the 2018 Pax River Air Expo? A. Yes, the scheduled performers are the same both days of the Air Expo, but the schedule is subject to change.

Q. What items are prohibited at the 2018 Pax River Air Expo? A. Unauthorized items at the 2018 Pax River Air Expo include: • Weapons of any type. • Alcohol, narcotics, and/or paraphernalia (with the exception of prescribed medications, to include insulin needles)*.

*NOTE: Medically prescribed Marijuana is not allowed on the installation. • Pets, except for registered/ licensed service animals for those with disabilities. • Bicycles, roller blades, skateboards, scooters or any wheeled conveyance except for wheelchairs or other devices used by those with disabilities. • Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) or drones of any type. • Tents, Pop-up canopies, beach style (with a pole) or golf-style non-collapsible umbrellas.

Q. Are outside food and beverages allowed? A. No, outside food and beverages are not permitted on event grounds EXCEPT when medically required or for the purpose of infant/todler feeding. In these cases, coolers 24 quarts and smaller (hard or soft) are permitted. All containers brought into event grounds are subject to search by security personnel.

Q. How do I get off base once the 2018 Air Expo is over? A. Spectators will be directed off the installation through Gates 1 and 2 by personnel at manned traffic control points. Gate 3 will be open as needed to aid in the efficient flow of traffic.

Q. I live/work on base. Can I still access other parts of NAS Patuxent River during the 2018 Pax River Air Expo? A. Personnel/residents of NAS Patuxent River who wish to access parts of the base (commissary, housing, etc.) not related to the Air Expo may do so by presenting their normally used base access credentials (CaC, DoD ID, DBIDs, etc.) to any of the security personnel at the traffic control point they wish to turn from.

Q. Are there areas or times that I can’t drive on base during the 2018 Pax River Air Expo? 18

A. Yes. During activation of the Aerobatic Box – the air space in which performers of the 2018 Pax River Air Expo fly in during their practices and performances for the Air Expo – the buildings and roads under the Aerobatic Box must be clear of all but nonessential personnel as a safety precaution. Vehicle traffic on Cedar Point, Bronson, Young, Saunders, Johnson, Gammill, McCauley, Trimble, and McClanan Roads will be restricted along those portions that lie within the Aerobatic Box during Aerobatic Box activation. Security may allow vehicles and pedestrians to transit on a case by case basis in between acts but only when cleared by the Air Expo Air Boss. At no time shall vehicles be allowed to transit through the Aerobatic Box without Air Boss clearance during the Air Expo, or while planes are flying. Drivers should expect delays during aerobatic performances. The Aerobatic Box is scheduled to be activated at the following times: • Thursday, May 31 11:45 a.m. – 2 p.m. and 3 p.m. – 5 p.m. • Friday, June 1 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. • Saturday, June 2 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. • Sunday, June 3 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Q. I plan on boating in the area of the Aerobatic Box during its activation. Can I transit through the Aerobatic Box on the water? A. No; boaters and other waterborne spectators must also remain outside of the Aerobatic Boxes during the times indicated above. Buoys will mark the boundaries of the boxes in the water. Security and Port Ops will coordinate with the U.S. Coast Guard to keep the water area inside the marker buoys clear of all vessels, swimmers and watercraft.


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