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2018 NAS Oceana Air Show

The Naval Air Station Oceana located at the Virginia Beach, Virginia, USA was once again open up for the 2018 NAS Oceana Air Show. The brave men and women of the Naval Base opened up their base for the public on dates; September 22nd to September 23rd, 2018.

The brave men of the Oceana Naval Air Station present the demonstration of the Navy’s Blue Nagle flight demonstration along with flight demonstration from the Canadian Forces 431 Air Squadron; The Snowbirds.

Many civilians also partook in the air show for their demonstration of aerial prowess along with demonstrations of F-22 Raptor and F/A-18F Super Hornet.

The flight line was packed with Static displays, food and novelty vendors and plenty of other great stuff for the public to enjoy. The flying on both Statuary and Sunday started at about 10 AM and the Blue Angels performance started at about 3:30 PM. The show was ended by 4:30 PM both days an public left the Naval Station at about 5:00 PM.

Following were some of the main demonstrations at the 2018 NAS Oceana Air Show.

  • Skydive Suffolk Flag
  • Air Power Demo
  • POW Flag Jump
  • Warrior Jet Team
  • Jet Glider (Bob Carlton)
  • USAF F-22 Raptor Demo
  • Skydive Suffolk/Black Daggers Jump Team
  • Geico Skytypers
  • Canadian Snowbirds
  • F/A-18F Super Hornet Demo
  • US Navy Tailhook Legacy Flight
  • US Navy Blue Angels Flight Demonstration

Here are some of the amazing and rare pictures of the Oceana Air Show 2018.

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