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The elite US Navy Flight Demonstration Squadron announced at the International Council of Airshows Convention in Las Vegas that they will perform at the Vero Beach Air Show April 21-22, 2018.Robert Paugh, president of the air show’s board of directors, reveals the 2018 air show will again be held at the Vero Beach Regional Airport. Navy TAC DEMO Squadron (106) flew their F/A-18 Hornets in the Blues’ slot with the number ‘6’ on the plane to memorialize the fallen Angel. " For nearly 30 years, Alan’s Bicycle Center in Vero Beach has built a loyal following of bicycle enthusiasts by focusing on service, not high pressure sales.Believing in the concept of only doing things the right way or not doing them at all, the expert mechanics at Alan’s have a reputation for quality work and repairs.For these service professionals, safety is truly first for their customers whether their first time on a bike or a highly trained competitive racer.With many flat rate service and maintenance packages available, the cost of repairs is always clearly communicated in advance.Alan's Bicycle Center Lives and Breaths Cycling The retail storefront is not only a beacon for all types of cyclists, but it is also a kin to a museum of antique bicycles and accessories.
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The Blues were scheduled to appear here in June at Vero’s 2016 show but sadly were forced to stand down following the death of their colleague Captain Jeff Kuss, Blue Angel #6, earlier that month in Tennessee. The all-volunteer Vero Beach Air Show board of directors has put the wheels in motion for the 2018 show; hundreds of volunteers from 14 years old to senior citizens will be needed to help make the show run smoothly.
is once again the 2018 air show’s Presenting Sponsor along with many other local businesses and donors.
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