Rob is proud to be the voice of the most prestigious aerial events and to take the excitement of flight right to the hearts of millions of people each year. He brings an immense amount of experience and knowledge to the stage of air shows.
TNT was formed in Norway back in 1982, and the band released its eponymous debut album the following year. After some changes in the line up the classic "Knights Of The New Thunder" were released in the fall of 1984, by a band now consisting of extremely talented guitar player Ronni Le Tekrø, drummer Diesel Dahl, American singer Tony Harnell, and bass player Morty Black.
Circus School of Arizona is the premier circus arts school in the Greater Phoenix Area, offering aerial and ground acrobatics and specialty arts instruction as well as custom special events entertainment through its production company, CSA Events.
Paul Smith has 9 years as a FMX pro rider with IDOFMX (International Department of Freestyle Motocross)..
The Third Marine Aircraft Wing Band, one of ten Marine Corps fleet bands, is under the command of the Third Marine Aircraft Wing.
huck ‘Malibu’ Aaron is the first civilian pilot ever to be licensed to perform helicopter aerobatics in the U.S. He is also the first helicopter pilot to be presented with the Art Scholl Showmanship Award, an honor bestowed to recognize the world’s most outstanding air show performers.
The F-35 Lightning II is a 5th Generation fighter, combining advanced stealth with fighter speed and agility, fully fused sensor information, network-enabled operations and advanced sustainment.
Representing, arguably, the greatest breakthroughs in aircraft technology, the Harrier was the first VSTOL-capable jet in the Marine inventory, giving MAGTF commanders new flexibility on the battlefield.
With the speed and range of a turboprop, the maneuverability of a helicopter and the ability to carry 24 Marine combat troops twice as fast and five times farther than previous helicopters, the Osprey greatly enhances the advantages Marines have over their enemies.
The F-5 Tiger II is a highly maneuverable, capable and reliable fighter used by the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps and more than 30 countries worldwide as a front line fighter, trainer, or reconnaissance aircraft.
The Marines and Sailors of MCAS Yuma Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron maintain and operate the UH-1N Huey helicopter.
Misty Blues is the world's only all woman skydiving demo team. The ladies on the team come from all across the US to demonstrate their amazing skydiving skills.
Dan’s unpowered hang glider (which he uses in the daytime act) and the motorized hang glider (which he uses for the night time act), are both rigorously engineered, and stress tested.
The Yuma Aeromodelers Club was started over 30 yrs ago and has had various flying sites over the years.
Worlds Fastest Jet Powered Trucks. Flash Fire Jet Trucks & the world famous Shockwave Jet Truck!
Oregon Aero® SkyDancer is one of the most photographed airshow planes around. Its compelling mix of bold muscle and sleek grace make it a striking sight. SkyDancer is a 1956 de Havilland Chipmunk, specially modified for airshow aerobatics.
The "Showcat" is the first Grumman biplane to be used in airshows since the 1930’s when the late Al Williams flew the famed "Gulfhawk". Gene Soucy's new airplane is also the first agricultural aircraft to be used in the airshow environment. Gene has created three new acts with the airplane; a Hollywood style smoke and noise solo routine, a wingwalking act, and a night pyrotechnic show: "Fireflight".