Tyndall will host the 2007 Gulf Coast Salute Air Show and open house Saturday, March 24. Gates open at 9 a.m. Parking and admission are free.
The U.S. Navy’s premier aerial demonstration team, the Navy Blue Angels, will headline the show with breath-taking high-speed passes and impressive aerial maneuvers.
Come see the F-22 Raptor, the most advanced fighter jet in the world, perform the first F-22 demonstration flight ever performed for a public audience.
The joint service, one-day air show will feature aerial performances and exhibits from the Air Force, Army, Navy and Marine Corps.
U.S. and foreign military demonstration teams, including Russian MiG-23 aircraft, will fill the skies over Tyndall Air Force Base with excitement.
Civilian aerobatic performers, including Patty Wagstaff, the Trojan Phlyers and the Red Eagles Aerobatic Team will roll and tumble through airspace over Tyndall.
The famous Jet Truck will also appear at the 2007 Gulf Coast Salute to America’s Heroes air show. The 12,000 horsepower flame-throwing Jet Truck will be put to the test as it races a low-flying airplane at full speed.
The show will feature numerous aerial teams, more than 50 different aircraft on display, a classic car show and more! As the family event of the spring, the 2007 Gulf Coast Salute air show will have activities for children including peddle planes, inflatables, games and crafts.
Visit www.tyndall.af.mil for a schedule of events, directions, photos, security information and