Ladies and gentlemen, this is your captain speaking. We have a small problem.
All four engines have stopped. We are doing our damnedest to get them under control.
I trust you are not in too much distress. —Captain Eric Moody, British Airways Flight 9
check the life schedule with my wife.
And part of the Fleetweek is the USMC Fly In/Demo at Eisenhower Park on the Sat of the Air Show. Last year was 2 Cobras, 2 Ospreys and a Seahawk.
Well, so far there isn't any info about the actual Fleet Week time schedule yet, but they have posted the list of Tall ships participating in the 2012 NYC Fleet Week- Bicentennial of the War of 1812 festivities between May 23 - 30. As per both the Blue Angels and NAVY Leap Frog websites, the Hudson Flyover and Jump is scheduled for May 23rd.
Here's the official link for the NYC Fleet Week-Bicentennial of the War of 1812 to checkout for the latest info.
U.S. Navy and U.S. Coast Guard ships will be in Manhattan for Fleet Week New York, May 23-30, 2012.
TALL SHIPS VISITING NEW YORK (May 23-30)
- Cisne Branco (Brazil)
- Gloria (Columbia)
- Guayas (Ecuador)
- Etoile (France).
- Belle Poule (France)
- Dewaruci (Indonesia)
- Cuauhtemoc (Mexico)
- Juan Sebastian Elcano (Spain)
- USCGC Eagle (USA)
On my books this year.
RI (Maybe, need more firepower)
Daytona (if I can time the vacation right)
EVERYONE IS THERE TO SEE THE SHERPA!
MCAS Cherry Point May 5-6th - Catch the Marine Prowlers before they're gone in 2014
Virginia Beach Patriotic Festival June 2-3rd - F-22/Blues/Super Hornet and more on the beach
Thunder Over Michigan August 3-5th - Gathering of Mustangs Lite (over 2 dozen so far!)
NAS Oceana September 15-16th - Please no rain this year!
Aviation Nation November 10-11th - Can't wait to get back to Vegas!
Tomcats Forever, Baby!
I would try for Farnborough but loads are due to suck since the Olympics are over there and around that time of the year.