USMC AV-8B Harrier
The McDonnell Douglas (now Boeing) AV-8B Harrier II is a single-engine ground-attack aircraft that constitutes the second generation of the Harrier Jump Jet family. Capable of vertical or short takeoff and landing (V/STOL), the aircraft was designed in the late 1970s. The aircraft is primarily employed on light attack or multi-role missions, ranging from close air support of ground troops to armed reconnaissance. The AV-8B is used by the United States Marine Corps (USMC).
Patriots Jet Team | Aircraft: L-39 Albatross
Passion, Precision and Dynamic are words that come to mind when watching the spectacular formation aerobatic flying performed by this awe-inspiring six-ship Patriots Jet Team. As one of the most demanding disciplines and fascinating sights, aerobatic flying is a concentrated blend of technique, mastery and style which requires professional and highly experienced pilots. The Patriots Jet Team features talented pilots who were formerly part of the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds, U.S. Navy Blue Angels and Royal Canadian Air Force Snowbirds. They have logged over 105,000 hours of flight time and performed in more than 1,500 air shows. The group was brought together in 2002 by Randy and is based in Byron, CA. The civilian pilots all share the same genuine passion to entertain audiences at air shows and other events, while encouraging the nation’s youth towards careers in the aviation and aerospace fields. LEARN MORE
Red Bull Air Force
The Red Bull Air Force is a team assembled from the most accomplished and experienced aviation experts on the planet. They specialize in highly coordinated aerial jump demonstrations and continually push the limits of human flight.
Our mission is to push the limits of human flight. We continually rethink what is possible and envision a world where all people live with boldness. We strive to bring that to reality.
It starts with a core belief. We believe that humans can fly. We relentlessly pursue that which is thought impossible. And then we go and do it. LEARN MORE
Aaron grew up in Wenatchee – which is home to a USFS Tanker base – watching airplanes and helicopters overhead as they fought fires in the surrounding mountains. Seeing these aircraft in the skies all summer instilled in him a strong desire to fly. Aaron has primarily focused on flying for the film and television industry; he has performed and filmed for over 100 films and television shows.
Besides this he has also flown in various other capacities such as utility flying in mountainous terrain and offshore support. He is part of our helicopter team since 2018 and is representing us in the USA as an airshow-pilot for helicopter aerobatics at the Red Bull North-America. LEARN MORE
Rob Harrison, known world-wide as “The Tumbling Bear,” a stunt and aerobatics airshow professional, currently flying local air shows in his red, white and blue Zlin 142C, a Czech Republic military trainer airplane.
Rob started flying with his Dad, a career Naval officer, at the age of six. By age 13, he was doing aerobatics. Now in his 70s, he’s been a marquee airshow attraction for nearly 25 years flying the bright yellow Zlin 50 “The Tumbling Bear.”
Rob earned a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering at Oregon State University, and a Juris Doctor degree from the University of La Verne. He’s done graduate work at UCLA; and attended U.S. Navy Test Pilot School. He added a certificate in flight test engineering from the University of Tennessee Space Institute and an FAA Statement of Aerobatic Competency, which allows him to fly aerobatics in waivered airspace. Harrison traveled to the Czech Republic, graduated from the Zlin Air School’s advanced aerobatics school. He is known world-wide as one of the few Zlin airshow pilots. LEARN MORE
The Yak 110 aircraft was originally conceived by renowned Airshow pilot Jeff Boerboon and Master Mechanic Dell Coller in 2013. Over the next year and a half, Jeff and Dell began to assemble the team of personnel, airplanes, engineering, and equipment that would be required to bring their dream from concept to reality. In September of 2016 the help of a longtime friend Chad Bartee was enlisted to aid in the acquisition of the Yak 55 aircraft that would be used in this unusual marriage. In October of 2016 the first two major pieces of the puzzle were coming together. The Yak 55 (N41126) and the Yak 55 (N955SF) were flown to an airport in Caldwell, ID and then pushed inside Dell’s Aero Speed Shop for the work to begin. After nineteen months of intense effort by the team the newly christened Yak 110 flew its first Airshow in Mountain Home, ID. The Yak 110 is the result of many great people coming together with an incredible passion for aviation innovation and is a re-purposing of two aerobatic aircraft that will certainly inspire the next generation of aviation enthusiasts. LEARN MORE
Commemorative Air Force Inland Empire Wing
Commemorative Air Force So Cal Wing
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