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  • Tinker Air Show Featuring the U.S. Navy Blue Angels July 1-2, 2023

    After four years, the Tinker Air Show is returning July 1-2 with featured headliner, the U.S. Navy Blue Angels. The F-35 demo team will also perform as well as dozens of military and civilian aerial performers and a wide variety of ground display aircraft such as Tinker’s own E-3 Sentry AWACS, the

  • Blue Angels flight ‘a Nguyen’ for teacher

    The Navy Blue Angels recently traveled to Tinker for the 2019 Star Spangled Salute Air & Space Show, but before their weekend of performances they wanted to do something special to highlight a community influencer working with youth in Oklahoma.Philip Nguyen, Kindergarten through 6th grade music

  • Star Spangled Salute Air and Space Show a success at Tinker

    The sounds of jet engines filled the air as the U.S. Navy Blue Angels headlined the 2019 Tinker Air Force Base Star Spangled Salute Air and Space Show June 1-2 in Midwest City, Oklahoma. This year’s Air Show theme, “Saluting our United States Armed Forces, Past, Present and Future,” honored the men

  • Welcome to Tinker’s Air & Space Show

       Welcome to the 2019 Star Spangled Salute Air & Space Show and Tinker Air Force Base Open House. What a thrilling time! We are honored to open Tinker’s gates June 1-2 to showcase America’s airpower, punctuated with performances by the Blue Angels, the Navy’s premier aerial demonstration team.In

  • Blue Angel brings it home

    U.S. Navy Lt. Cmdr. Andre Webb, a Lawton native, will be returning to the Sooner State to fly in Tinker Air Force Base’s bi-annual Star Spangled Salute Air & Space Show this weekend. “Knowing that I know of a lot of people in the crowd will be pretty exciting,” he said. “It will be a similar feeling

  • World War II Veteran tours Tinker

    World War II veteran Robert Henley and his granddaughter, Melissa Fullerton, toured Tinker Air Force Base May 29. The 90-year-old spent three years in the Army, followed by a 30-year career working as a machinist here from 1952-1982. In addition to touring the Oklahoma City Air Logistics Complex and

  • Child safety tips for Tinker’s Star Spangled Salute Air & Space Show

    1) Ensure that your child has a wrist band with your contact information written on it. If wrist bands are unavailable, use a permanent marker on the upper arm.2) Take a picture of your child on the day of the event to help you remember what they’re wearing and to help workers identify your child.3)