Aviation Nation is back! (The government cancelled the air show last year because of funding issues.)
Check out the US Air Force Thunderbirds and 16 military air demos, including the F22 Raptors, tomorrow and Sunday.
The goal of the show is to showcase the US Air Force, Creech and Nellis Air Force Bases and the Nevada Test and Training Range‘s missions in support of America’s defense. Las Vegans can get up close and personal with the aircraft and military equipment. And you get to meet the men and women in uniform, too.
Since this is a working Air Force base, plan for body cavity searches if you look suspicious. There’s actually a list of items you can’t take with you. Check it out: tinyurl.com/nellisan.
General admission is FREE (#4-Letter Friday), but if you want a ticket to the Flight Line Club, which includes breakfast, lunch and dessert and all-you-can drink sodas, that will cost $95. Premium box seats cost $20 per day.
Doors open at 10. The planes land each day at 4.
If you value your hearing, bring protection because these plans are loud. And slather on lots of sunscreen because you can burn in the desert three weeks before Thanksgiving.
The event itself is at Nellis, but attendees have to park at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway and take a shuttle bus. Take exit 54 off the 15 and park in either the blue or red parking lots.
Yes kids, this is what “in the cloud” used to mean. (This is an inside joke, since eXp is the first cloud-based brokerage.)
As Eva Peron used to say, “High flying adored.”
((hugs)) BETH Ellyn
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