WARNER ROBINS -- The air show at Robins Air Force Base is still three months away, but organizers sought Monday to whet appetites for the event.
Lt. Col. Dwayne Gray, the top organizer of the show, said many notable acts have signed on, and more are calling. With other air shows for the year being cancelled, he said he has been taking many calls from acts wanting to fly in the Robins show, to be held April 28-29.
He said there will be a wide variety of aircraft from all eras.
“No matter what age generation of those coming for the air show, we will put a lump in their throat with the aircraft we will have,” he said.
The highlight of the show will be the Navy Blue Angels flight demonstration team. Although he said it’s not “set in stone,” it’s also likely an F-22, the most advanced fighter in the world, will be there for a demonstration.
He also said the show will include a number of simulators, including one based on the new movie “Red Tails.” The show itself is free, but there is a cost for the simulators.
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