MILITARY ACTS: 2021 MOSES LAKE AIRSHOW
The 2021 Moses Lake Airshow felt very grateful for the Military Act Demonstrations that came out to the Grant County International Airport this June 17, 18 & 19, 2021.
When asked what their favorite part of the 2021 Airshow was, one attendee responded that “all the aircraft demonstrations and talking with active service members” was a great part of the show, mentioning “the A-10 Demo and Legacy and Heritage Flight” was their personal favorite.
Thank you to the following Military Acts for taking the time to come out and showcase the amazing power of Aviation.
Kyle Lopez Photography - A-10 Demo Team
A-10 DEMO TEAM:
The A-10 is the Air Force's premier close air support aircraft, providing invaluable protection to troops on the ground. The Air Combat Command A-10C Thunderbolt II Demonstration Team, stationed out of Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Arizona, brings the aircraft to air shows around the country to showcase the unique combat capabilities of the A-10 "Warthog."
Steve Hayes Photography - USAF C-17 Demo Team
USAF C-17 DEMO TEAM:
The C-17 Globemaster III is the newest, most flexible cargo aircraft to enter the airlift force and you’ll be able to see it in action during the 2021 Moses Lake Airshow from June 18th to19th at the Grant County International Airport. The U.S. Air Force is providing this aircraft to the Black Daggers to use during their performance. The Black Daggers are the Official U.S. Army Special Operations Command (USASOC) Parachute Demonstration Team. The Mission of the USASOC Parachute Demonstration Team is set to perform live aerial demonstrations in support of Army Special Operations community relations and recruiting.
Blake Cannell Photography - Black Daggers Airborne
BLACK DAGGERS AIRBORNE:
For the first time at the Moses Lake Airshow, the Black Daggers were among the 12 acts at our 2021 Moses Lake Airshow. The Black Daggers are the Official U.S. Army Special Operations Command (USASOC) Parachute Demonstration Team.
The USASOC is the largest of the service components that make up the U.S. Special Operations Command. They provide about 70 percent of the special operations personnel in Central Command's theatre and combine a vast range of warfighting skills, from raiding and airfield seizures to human-terrain mapping and cultural analysts.
Kyle Lopez Photography - EA-18G Growler Legacy Team
EA-18G GROWLER LEGACY TEAM:
The U.S. Navy stood up a new official EA-18G Growler Legacy Team at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington. The team is made up of crews and aircraft from Electronic Attack Squadron 129 (VAQ-129), also known as “Vikings”, which is the Fleet Replacement Squadron (FRS) that is in charge of the training of all naval aviators that will fly the Boeing EA-18G Growler.
See our 2021 Acts Gallery from our Moses Lake Airshow Weekend here:
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