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Blue Angels Aerobatics team practices for Fleet Week show this weekend

The Fleet Week air show held on Friday, Saturday and Sunday is best
seen from Crissy Field, Marina Green, as well as anywhere that overlooks
the water just east of the Golden Gate Bridge.

The roar of the Blue Angels aerobatic team was heard around San
Francisco Friday as aviators with the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps
practice their routines in the skies above the city in preparation for
their main events this weekend.

The 35th annual San Francisco Fleet Week celebration brings roughly a million visitors to the city, according to organizers.

The Fleet Week air show held on Friday, Saturday and Sunday is
best seen from Crissy Field, Marina Green, as well as anywhere that
overlooks the water just east of the Golden Gate Bridge.

Along with the Blue Angels, other participants in the air show
include the Patriots Jet Team, Navy Leap Frogs, the U.S. Coast Guard,
United Airlines, and Team Oracle, among others.

The air show begins each day at 12:30 p.m. and finishes with the Blue Angels, which begin their aerobatics at about 3 p.m.

This year, Fleet Week will also include the first-ever Fleet Fest
at Pier 80 in the Dogpatch neighborhood. The family-friendly event from
10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday will include veteran hiring
events, veteran art shows, food trucks and live music, according to
event organizers.

Six active naval vessels will be docked along the Port of San
Francisco at piers 15/17, 30/32 and 80. Ship tours are offered on Friday
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and on Saturday, Sunday and Monday from 9 a.m.
to 4 p.m., event organizers said.

All visiting ships will leave the city on Tuesday.

This year’s Fleet Week isn’t all fun and games. It combines the
air shows and parade of ships with critical disaster response and
emergency preparedness training.

On Monday, San Francisco Fleet Week, the city’s Department of
Emergency Management and the Port of San Francisco partnered in a
training exercise with the U.S. Navy.

Military and city departments are taking the opportunity to work
together on disaster capabilities, training exercises, senior leader
talks, community relations projects, and Bark at the Park, which
features military and civilian K-9 demonstrations in Duboce Park.

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