Today the Blue Angels played host to the USAF Thunderbirds at NAS Pensacola. Here are a few shots taken from the museum's flight line of the practice demonstration this afternoon.
Today the Blue Angels played host to the USAF Thunderbirds at NAS
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#OTD 30 years ago- April 25, 1987- the Blue Angels performed their first air show in the F/A-18 Hornet. They are still flying them today.
OTD 30 years ago April 25 1987 the Blue Angels performed their
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From Director of Naval History RADM Sam Cox, USN (Ret.) comes the story of a heroic aircrewman from World War II.
From Director of Naval History RADM Sam Cox USN Ret comes the

Toughness: Aviation Machinist Mate First Class (AMM1/C) Bruno Peter Gaido

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On #MemorabiliaMonday this week we take a look at some celebrity cameos in the Blue Angels' Archive.
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The Blue Angels will be hosting a visit by the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds on board NAS Pensacola this week, which brings some changes to our normal practice viewing schedule. The schedule for this week is as follows:

Tuesday, 25 April

Blue Angels Practice- 9:00 AM-10:00 AM (Flight line closed, but visitors can view from the museum grounds and limited concessions will be available)

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The Blue Angels will be hosting a visit by the US Air
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Happy Earth Day! Did you know that Environmental Engineers work everyday to help solve problems on Earth like water quality, clean energy and recycling? Experience more of what they are capable of in Dream Big Film and tell us the issues
that you want to see solved! Showing daily in the Giant Screen Theater!
Happy Earth Day Did you know that Environmental Engineers work everyday to
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Another example of our dedicated volunteers making it happen at the museum!
Another example of our dedicated volunteers making it happen at the museum

Go behind the scenes of the Blue Angels autograph session

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Here’s a video showing what it took to move our newest aircraft display, a B-25 Mitchell bomber and “Doolittle Raider” replica, into place between the buildings of our museum.
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Our newest aircraft display- a B-25 Mitchell displayed in the markings of the airplane flown by Lieutenant Colonel James Doolittle on the famous Tokyo Raid #OTD 75 years ago,
Our newest aircraft display a B25 Mitchell displayed in the markings of
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A story about the B-25 Mitchell restored in the markings of the airplane flown by Lieutenant Colonel James Doolittle when he led the Doolittle Raiders off the flight deck of the carrier Hornet
(CV 8) to bomb Japan #OTD 75 years ago. Come see it on display outside the Blue Angels Atrium.
A story about the B25 Mitchell restored in the markings of the

Doolittle Raid replica B-25 going on display at Naval Aviation Museum

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We had a ton of fun at our first-ever Robotics Day sponsored by IHMC! Thank you to the Pensacola MESS Hall for setting up the hands-on math and science stations!
We had a ton of fun at our firstever Robotics Day sponsored
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Saratoga (CVA 60) (later CV 60), the second aircraft carrier christened with the name of the famous Revolutionary War battle,was placed in commission #OTD in 1956.
Saratoga CVA 60 later CV 60 the second aircraft carrier christened with
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Are you ready for Robotics Day? Celebrate National Robotics Week and join in on all the festivities happening tomorrow! Free screenings of ROBOTS at 11 a.m., 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. PLUS IHMC robot demonstrations from 12 p.m. - 5 p.m. in the Blue Angels Atrium. Visit bit.ly/2nJT0b9 for more details!
Are you ready for Robotics Day Celebrate National Robotics Week and join
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For the past few years, with the support of the Naval Aviation Museum Foundation, the National Naval Aviation Museum has commemorated a significant milestone in naval aviation history with a banner on the side of the building. This year we chose the centennial of World War I and how the Honor, Courage, and Commitment of those who served in the Great War mirrors the values of those who serve...
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For the past few years with the support of the Naval Aviation
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The Air Force and Navy recently honored the crew of a patrol plane lost while searching for the TBM Avengers of Flight 19.
The Air Force and Navy recently honored the crew of a patrol

Patrick memorial honors crew lost in aviation mystery

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Joyce Oviatt Hamman
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Columbia made the maiden launch of the Space Shuttle program #OTD in 1981, with an all-naval aviator crew of John Young and Robert Crippen.
Columbia made the maiden launch of the Space Shuttle program OTD in
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Patrouille de France put on a great show today! If you weren't able to join us, check out these incredible photos!
Patrouille de France put on a great show today If you werent
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Frank Lawrence
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#MemorabiliaMonday: America's entry into the Great War occurred a century ago this month and for one sailor, a musical instrument served as a canvas to document his service "Over There."
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A unique spectacle greeted those of us living in Pensacola yesterday as the Blue Angels returned home with some company!
A unique spectacle greeted those of us living in Pensacola yesterday as
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The XF2Y-1 Sea Dart made its maiden flight #OTD in 1953.
The XF2Y1 Sea Dart made its maiden flight OTD in 1953
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