The Blue Angels have returned to Owensboro.  This weekend marks their second appearance in the Owensboro Air Show and you'll be able to see them in action Saturday and Sunday downtown over the mighty Ohio River, flying high (and FAST) above the famed Blue Bridge.

Yesterday, the Blue Angels arrived in town for the event and kicked off their stay in Owensboro with an epic practice run.  My friend Chris Conley, who owns 270 Drones Aerial Imagery, was able to capture some absolutely breathtaking and inspiring photos of them.  These photos are insane and demonstrate the incredible precision and majesty of the Blue Angels.

25 Photos of the Blue Angels That Will Blow Your Mind

Chris Conley, who owns 270 Drones Aerial Imagery, captured these incredible photos of the Blue Angels during their practice run for the 2021 Owensboro Air Show in downtown Owensboro, Kentucky.
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The Blue Angels are INCREDIBLE and are headlining this year's Owensboro Air Show lineup.  Here's the complete look at the all the teams performing this weekend.

The Blue Angels

F-22 Raptor Demo Team

SOCOM Para-Commandos

Kevin Coleman- Extra 300

Lucas Oil Air Shows- Michael Wiskus

Southern Utah University Acrobatics- Chuck Aaron Academy

C-17 Globemaster

Larry Labriola and the L-39

Curtis Jenny- Friends of Jenny

Redline Air Shows

T-38 Talon

B-25 Mitchell Bomber

Army Aviation Heritage Foundation

The Owensboro Air Show officially kicks off this evening at the Owensboro Regional Airport.  Many of the teams performing will be on hand with static displays of their aircraft.  Plus, there will be a big fireworks show at the end of the night.

The Owensboro Air Show runs Saturday and Sunday and the show starts at 12:30pm both days.
For the complete schedule of events. CLICK HERE!
And be sure to be on the lookout for the U.S. Coast Guard's HC-144.  It's being piloted by LTJG Lindsey Norwood, who's originally from Henderson, Kentucky and will become just the second woman in the history of the Owensboro Air Show to pilot a plane in the event.

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