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The Miramar Airshow is the largest airshow in the world and the performing aircraft did range from civilian aerial aerobatics to the Marine Air Ground Task Force demonstration and the famous Blue Angels.
The 2002 show theme was 'A Salute to the Flying Leathernecks' in honor of the Marine aviators.

TopWhere? NAS Miramar, USA
When? 19-20/10/2002

Since 1994 Miramar is an Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS), the Marine Corps' premier air station and home to the 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing. But nonetheless the name is still associated with 'Fightertown U.S.A.' coming from the days when the base still was a Naval Air Station (NAS Miramar). Due to that change the Navy F-14s have nowadays unfortunately disappeard and have mainly been replaced by Marines F/A-18s.

The Blue Angels

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Marines MAGTF Demo

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