Saturday, Sept. 14 and Sunday, Sept. 15

8:30 a.m.         Gates Open

                        Bomber and Fighter Ramps Open

                        Static Displays Open

                       TRADESHO Open inside Hangar

                       Living History Camp Open near in Front of Main Hangar

                      Food Vendors Open

                      Kids Area Open - Extra fee may apply

10:00 a.m.      Worship Service in CAF Chapel (Sunday Only)

11:30 a.m.      Bomber and Fighter Ramps and Static Displays Close

11:45 a.m.      Presentation of Colors

11:50 a.m.      Opening Remarks

12:00 p.m.      National Anthem

                       Flying Begins

                      *Performers in Alphabetical Order

                      A-26 Invader “Night Mission” Demo with Pyro

                     Mike Gallaway "Spanky" - Extra 300/SX Acro

                     Jerod Flohr - TA-4 Skyhawk Demo

                     McCart Jet Motorsports - "Homewrecker" Jet Truck

                    SCR Airshows - Stephen Covington PItts S2S Raptor Acro

                     Rick Sharpe - MiG-15 Acro

                     T-33 Shooting Star

                      Vietnam Search & Rescue Demonstration: AD-5 Skyraider, AD-6 Skyraider, Huey,

                                 C-7 Caribou, O-2 Skymaster, A-37 Tweet and Paratroopers with Pyro

                      Vietnam Tribute:  A-26 "Special K", O-2 Skymaster, T-28, O1-A Birddog

                      Warbird Arsenal of Democracy: A-26, B-17, B-25, P-51, P-63, with Pyro

                      Warbird Cargo: C-45, SNB-5

                      Warbird Trainers: AT-19, L-17, L-19, LC-126, PT-13, PT-19, PT-26, Stinson,
                                                   T-6/SNJs, T-34

                      Missing Man Formation

4:00 p.m.       Flying Concludes                                                                          

5:00 p.m.         AIRSHO Concludes


*Airboss to determine sequence of performers. Due to the nature of aircraft, weather, airport operations and any multitude of other reasons, aircraft flying schedule and times are subject to change without notice.

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