Mon, Mar 05, 2012
Dedicated To 100 Years Of Marine Corps Air Power
The Winston-Salem Air Show returns to Smith Reynolds Airport
(KINT) on August 25 & 26, 2012.
Organizers say that the show offers a host of activities,
vendors and demonstrations that will delight the entire family,
from kids to seniors. Car shows, K-9 demonstrations, aviation
displays, military re-enactors and lots more.
Focusing on a theme of a Salute to 100 Years of Marine Corps Air
Power, the show will feature such aircraft as a Harrier Jump Jet,
an A-4, Cobras and Hueys. There will also be a Marine Corps legacy
flight with an F4U Corsair, A Sea harrier, and an A-4 Skyhawk.
Also participating are the Golden Knights U.S. Army Parachute
Team and others.
There is 40% discount for early-bird tickets at all Lowes Food
stores and online. Prices at the gate are $20 for adults and $15
for seniors. An adult can bring up to three children under 12 at no
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