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Blue Angels part of weekend air show

By Staff
Air Show 2003 at Huntsville International Airport will be held this weekend.
The event will be held on Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Flying will begin at noon. There will be no admission fee. Parking will be $5 per vehicle.
The air show performers are scheduled as follows:
Skydive Alabama
Hawaiian Eagle Jet Truck
Mary Dilda and her T-6
Steve Coan in his sailplane
Greg Poe in the Edge 540
Flyovers and demonstrations from the U.S. Air Force
Featured act: U.S. Navy Blue Angels Jet Demonstration Team
Static displays, featuring civilian and U.S. military hardware of all types will be on display, courtesy of Redstone Arsenal, NASA, Marshall Space Flight Center, U.S. Army, U.S. Navy, U.S. Marine Corp., U.S. Air Force, the Civil Air Patrol, the Experimental Aircraft Association and more.
Technology companies from around the area will display products and services in the Huntsville Technology Pavilion.
The "Working Dogs" demonstration, featuring the award winning bomb sniffing and drug sniffing dogs from Huntsville Police Department and Redstone Arsenal.
Security at the event will be priority. The following items will be prohibited: Coolers, backpacks, bicycles, roller blades or skates, skateboards, scooters and pets. Food and beverages can't be brought into the spectator area. There will be no smoking near the air show ramp. Purses, strollers, diaper bags and chairs will be subject to search upon entry.

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