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Montana's Military Open House - Flight Over The Falls

July 22 & 23, 2017

Great Falls International Airport – MANG Ramp

Montana's Military Open House

Co-hosted by the Malmstrom AFB 341st Missile Wing

and the Montana Air National Guard (MANG) 120th Airlift Wing

(Entry is FREE – tickets are not necessary)

Tickets for Afterburner Chalet and Flightline Viewing are available here »

The Open House will be held at the MANG ramp located at the Great Falls Airport on July 22-23, 2017
and will showcase aerial demonstrations both days by the:
U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds, Shetterly Squadron, Vampire Airshows, U.S. Navy F-18 Tac Demo, USAF Academy Wings of Blue, Jump Team, Rifle Airshows, G & M Airshows, Radial Rumble, Jacquie B Airshows, Smoke n' Thunder Jet Truck, UH-1N Helicopter, C-130, B-52.

Static military and civilian displays and equipment will also be available for viewing
featuring a hands-on A-7 cockpit and Precision Exotics sport cars.

"A variety of delicious concessions will be offered by Red Frog Entertainment during the event."

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A Thunderbird performance displays the pride, precision and professionalism of the team while highlighting the skills and training indicative of all members of the U.S. Air Force. Years of training and a lifetime of dreaming are brought together in the hour-long demonstration, exhibiting what the Air Force is all about.

Showcasing the utmost professionalism and the esprit de corps shared by our enlisted members, the sharp movements and rhythm of the showline embody the ground ceremony. As the jets take to the skies, the maneuvers flown demonstrate the awesome capabilities and skills that all fighter pilots must possess. From the loops and rolls to the formation flying and high-speed passes – these are just a small example of what is required of every combat aviator.

The demonstration is a mix of six aircraft performing formation flying and solo routines. The four-ship Diamond formation demonstrates the precision and training of Air Force pilots, as well as the gracefulness of the F-16. The two solos display the power and maximum capabilities of the mighty F-16 Fighting Falcon, a front-line fighter.

 

 




Media interested in obtaining a media pass, please contact the
341st Missile Wing Public Affairs Office at 406-731-4050 by noon Friday, July 21.



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