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Naval Air Station Oceana air show expected to return this fall, and so are the Blue Angels


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(Tribune News Service) — Naval Air Station Oceana will open its gates to the public for its annual air show in September for the first time since the pandemic started — and this year will bring the Navy’s Blue Angels aerobatic team back to Hampton Roads.

And the Blue Angels will be flying new planes — the same F/A-18E and F SuperHornets that are on the Oceana flight line and that are currently flying from Norfolk-based USS Harry S. Truman over NATO’s eastern flank. The Blue Angels haven’t performed at Oceana since 2018.

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