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A lot of work has gone into planning Robins’ Thunder Over Georgia Air Show, Oct. 1 and 2. From securing aerobatic acts like the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds to providing a Kids Zone for the kids, the air show committee has ensured everything is covered. One of the committee’s key players is the Robins 78th Force Support Squadron. They’ve worked
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Rapid Strike, which will be at Thunder Over Georgia Air Show  is a unique full motion simulator ride experience that immerses visitors in the high-tech world of the United States Air Force; and demonstrates the Air Force’s vision to provide Global Vigilance, Reach and Power for the nation. Visitors board a ride that lets them experience a real Air Force mission including an F-22 flight, C-17 cargo drop, Special Operations ground surveillance, satellite communications, and a Reaper missile strike – all from a first person point-of-view. (AF Courtesy photo) Ever thought of serving your country? Inspiring the next generation at Thunder Over Georgia Air Show
After experiencing his first air show at the tender age of 5, Maj. Rex Deloach knew exactly what he wanted to be when he grew up. “When my father took me to my first air show somehow we got separated, and I got lost,” said Deloach, assistant air show director. “A guy in uniform picked me up, and he told an airman to try to find my dad.  “Meanwhile,
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The U.S. Army Special Operations Command Parachute Demonstration Team - the Black Daggers - is comprised entirely of volunteers from throughout the Army Special Operations community. They have diverse backgrounds and various military specialties. The team represents the professionalism and dedication of Special Operations Forces. (Courtesy of USASOC) Black Daggers to perform at Thunder Over Georgia Air Show
Plummeting from the sky at 12,500 feet, traveling nearly 120 miles per hour, the U.S. Army Special Operations Command Parachute Demonstration Team, known as the Black Daggers, will be touching down at Robins Air Force Base during the Thunder Over Georgia Air Show Oct. 1 and 2. “We are very fortunate to have a special operations team with such an
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