The U.S. Navy Blue Angels announced at the International Council of Air Shows Convention in Las Vegas, that it has selected the Great Tennessee Air Show in Smyrna for its elite flight demonstration squadron to perform on June 8 & 9, 2019.
Members of the Rutherford County Legislative Delegation announced that they will memorialize fallen Blue Angels Captain Jeff Kuss with a proclamation and bridge dedication on Saturday, November 11, 2017.
The Town of Smyrna will soon announce a permanent honor for fallen Blue Angels Pilot, Captain Jeff Kuss.
The US Navy said that pilot error led to the crash of Marine Captain Jeff Kuss on June 2, 2016 as he was practicing for the air show.
United States Navy officials say the Blue Angels will return to the air by the country's celebration of Independence Day. Based in Pensacola, Florida, the Blue Angels will resume performances July 2nd at an air show in Michigan.
The local community and friends of the fallen Blue Angel pilot who was killed last week when his jet crashed in Smyrna continue to support the family with monetary donations.
UPDATE: The investigation into what caused the Blue Angels jet to crash continues in Smyrna, TN. FAA investigators along with military personnel were at the scene of the crash on Friday. Details of what led to the crash have not been released.
The Great Tennessee Air Show, happening June 4 & 5 at Smyrna/Rutherford County Airport, announced today that due to the high volume of advance ticket sales there will be no tickets of any type available at the gate.
The Breitling Jet Team, the world's largest professional civilian aerobatic display team performing in jets, will join the United States Navy Blue Angels in a rare North American tour stop on June 4 & 5 of 2016 at Smyrna/Rutherford County Airport for the 2016 Great Tennessee Air Show.
Smyrna Police Chief Kevin Arnold informed WGNS that Sam Ridley Parkway will be temporarily shut down during certain hours of the day Thursday through Sunday.
The Blue Angels will perform at the Air Show this weekend on both Saturday and Sunday.
The United States Navy Blue Angels precision flight demonstration team soars into Middle Tennessee to headline the 2014 Great Tennessee Air Show on Saturday, June 14...
Two of the U-S Navy Blue Angels made a special appearance in Smyrna on Monday. Lt. Commander Michael Cheng and his crew chief from the United States NAVY...
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