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Spectators gazed up in awe as members of the
KC Flight Formation Team showed their moves Saturday at the Kansas City
Aviation Expo and Air Show at Wheeler Downtown Airport.

Members of the KC Flight Formation Team gave a
demonstration to spectators during the Kansas City Air Show Aviation
Expo in Kansas City at the Charles B. Wheeler Airport on Saturday,
August 22, 2015


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Smoke rolled over the top of the plane as the
pilot performed for the crowd during the Kansas City Air Show Aviation
Expo in Kansas City at the Charles B. Wheeler Airport on Saturday,
August 22, 2015.


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One of the many pilots flew his aircraft and
performed for the crowd during the Kansas City Air Show Aviation Expo in
Kansas City at the Charles B. Wheeler Airport on Saturday, August 22,
2015, during the Kansas City Air Show Aviation Expo in Kansas City at
the Charles B. Wheeler Airport on Saturday, August 22, 2015.


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The A-10 plane from Whitman Air Force base
provided a lot of attention during the Kansas City Air Show Aviation
Expo in Kansas City at the Charles B. Wheeler Airport on Saturday,
August 22, 2015.


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Jarid Day (left) and Zachary Goodnight both
members of the Blue Angels Life-support team hand off a replica of the
F-18 that they were signing for Dakota Tresler, 9-year-old from Tulsa,
Oklahoma during the Kansas City Air Show Aviation Expo in Kansas City at
the Charles B. Wheeler Airport on Saturday, August 22, 2015.


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Reviewing the military pins for sale were
Rachel Krieger (r to l) and her son Nyle Krieger, 7-year-old both of
Lawson, Missouri, waiting for their turn was Henry Martell, 8-year-old
and his father Curits Martell both of Lawrence, Kansas during the Kansas
City Air Show Aviation Expo in Kansas City at the Charles B. Wheeler
Airport on Saturday, August 22, 2015.


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Fans who attended the Kansas City Air Show
Aviation Expo in Kansas City at the Charles B. Wheeler Airport were able
to get a close up view of the Air Force jet cockpit on Saturday, August
22, 2015.


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Members of the KC Flight Formation Team gave a
demonstration to spectators during the Kansas City Air Show Aviation
Expo in Kansas City at the Charles B. Wheeler Airport on Saturday,
August 22, 2015.

Blue Angels’ pilots walked to waiting ground transportation after they arrived on Thursday morning, Aug. 20, 2015, at the Wheeler Downtown Airport. They will be performing this weekend at the Kansas City Aviation Expo and Air Show. 

Blue Angels’ pilots walked to waiting ground transportation after they arrived on Thursday morning, Aug. 20, 2015, at the Wheeler Downtown Airport. They will be performing this weekend at the Kansas City Aviation Expo and Air Show. 

A Kansas City youngster got to take his first airplane flight on Thursday, Aug. 20, 2015, through the Experimental Aircraft Association’s Young Eagles program. Jedidiah Huskey, 12, went up with stunt pilot Sean D. Tucker who is in town for the Kansas City Aviation Expo and Air Show at the Wheeler Downtown Airport. Nearly 2 million kids have been introduced to flight through the program which began in 1992. 

A Kansas City youngster took his first airplane flight on Thursday, Aug. 20, 2015, through the Experimental Aircraft Association’s Young Eagles program. Jedidiah Huskey, 12, waved at his dad in a follow plane during a flight with stunt pilot Sean D. Tucker, who is in town for the Kansas City Aviation Expo and Air Show at the Wheeler Downtown Airport. Nearly 2 million kids have been introduced to flight through the program which began in 1992.

A Kansas City youngster got to take his first airplane flight on Thursday, Aug. 20, 2015, through the Experimental Aircraft Association’s Young Eagles program. Jedidiah Huskey, 12, went up with stunt pilot Sean D. Tucker who is in town for the Kansas City Aviation Expo and Air Show at the Wheeler Downtown Airport. Nearly 2 million kids have been introduced to flight through the program which began in 1992.

The Blue Angels practiced maneuvers from Wheeler Airpot Thusday afternoon, and the view from Scott Park in Kansas City, Kansas put the F18A jets against the skyline of neighboring Kansas City, Missouri.

The Blue Angels fly overhead North Kansas City Thursday afternoon, Aug. 20, 2015.

One of the Blue Angels flies overhead a residential neighborhood in North Kansas City Thursday afternoon, Aug. 20, 2015.

Kansas City Police Chief Darryl Forte gave the thumbs up as he returned from a ride in the back seat of a F/A-18 Hornet on Wednesday, Aug. 19, 2015, at the Wheeler Downtown Airport. The Blue Angels will perform Saturday and Sunday at the Kansas City Aviation Expo & Airshow at the downtown airport.


 The Wheeler Downtown Airport quickly faded into the background as Kansas City Police Chief Darryl Forte took a ride in the back seat of a F/A-18 Hornet on Wednesday, Aug. 19, 2015, with Blue Angels pilot Capt. Jeff Kuss. The Blue Angels will perform Saturday and Sunday at the Kansas City Aviation Expo & Airshow at the downtown airport.

A Kansas City youngster got to take his first airplane flight on Thursday, Aug. 20, 2015, through the Experimental Aircraft Association’s Young Eagles program. Jedidiah Huskey, 12, went up with stunt pilot Sean D. Tucker who is in town for the Kansas City Aviation Expo and Air Show at the Wheeler Downtown Airport. Nearly 2 million kids have been introduced to flight through the program which began in 1992.

The Blue Angels fly overhead North Kansas City Thursday afternoon, Aug. 20, 2015.

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