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In keeping within the spirit of the "Thunderbirds Alumni Association, Inc., (TBAA) the "Heritage Thunderbird Foundation", the Thunderbirds Alumni "Dream Of A Lifetime" web site exists to promote the comradeship of former and current members of the United States Air Force Air Demonstration Squadron, The Thunderbirds, and to insure "Once A Thunderbird, Always A Thunderbird" is a continued commitment from each member and that excellence remains the benchmark by which we measure all we do.

Airshows , Blog by Randy Jennings (Photos and story by Curt & Randy Jennings) SUITLAND, MD - Last weekend's 2017 Joint Base Andrews Air Show was once again a fantastic glimpse at the aerial capability of the United States military.
Roll from the 2017 Selfridge Open House and Air Show Thunderbird performance.
Gen. Merrill McPeak, a Lake Oswego resident, to be honored by Evergreen Aviation and Space Museum with new exhibit saluting his 37 years of service in U.S. Air Force Just three days before the United States celebrates the 70th anniversary of the U.S. Air Force, the Evergreen Aviation and Space Museum in McMinnville will honor Oregon's Gen.
HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah - Brig. Gen. Stacey T. Hawkins will take command of the Ogden Air Logistics Complex in a ceremony here today. Hawkins comes from Headquarters Air Mobility Command at Scott AFB, Illinois, where he served as director of logistics, engineering and force protection.
CLEVELAND, Ohio - It turns out the Air Force Thunderbirds are a little less structured outside thecockpit. Major Nate Hof Ann is Thunderbird #3 and a Right Wing pilot. That means he is third in ranking out of six and flies on the right wing of the diamond when in formation.
It has been a while since the U.S. Air Force's Thunderbirds have roared over Westfield's skies. Westfield's Barnes Air National Guard Base will host the Westfield International Airshow, its first air show since 2010 on Saturday and Sunday, promising to bring a century-spanning display of aviation history and high-flying acts to the skies over Westfield.
It is no coincidence that the official title of this show (Thunder Over the Midlands, at Shaw AFB) makes no mention of planes or flying. To call it an airshow would be selling the event short. Yes, the USAF Thunderbirds were the undeniable headliner, and 90% of the show was aviation related.