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U. S. NavyBlue Angels
1999 Performance Schedule

Official U.S. Navy Photo

The Blue Angels schedule was originally released Feb. 2, 1999, by the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Public Affairs. This is the latest revision.


  • 13 NAF El Centro, California
  • 20-21 Mesa, Arizona
  • 27-28 NAS Corpus Christi, Texas.


  • 10-11 MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina
  • 17-18 Millington, Tennessee
  • 24-25 NAS Point Mugu, California


  • 1-2 NAS Fallon, Neveda
  • 8-9 MacDill AFB, Florida
  • 15-16 Dover AFB, Deleware
  • 22 Randolph AFB, Texas
  • 24 USN Academy, Annapolis, Maryland
  • 26 USN Academy Graduation Fly Over
  • 29 NAS Patuxent River, Maryland


  • 5-6 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
  • 13 NAS Lemoore, California
  • 19-20 Kalispell, Montana
  • 26-27 Willow Run, Michigan


  • 3 Milwaukee, Wisconsin
  • 10 Pensacola Beach, Florida
  • 17-18 Davenport, Iowa
  • 24-25 NAS Brunswick, Maine
  • 30-31 MCAS Miramar, California


  • 1 MCAS Miramar, California
  • 7-8 Seattle, Washington
  • 21-22 Otis Ang, Massachusetts
  • 28-29 Rochester, New York


  • 4-6 Cleveland, Ohio
  • 11-12 Halifax, Nova Scotia
  • 18-19 NAS Oceana, Virginia
  • 25-26 Wilmington, North Carolina


  • 2-3 Salinas, California
  • 9-10 San Francisco, California
  • 16-17 Kirtland, New Mexico
  • 23-24 Little Rock AFB, Arkansas
  • 30-31 Moody AFB, Georgia


  • 6-7 NAS Jacksonville, Florida
  • 12-13 NAS Pensacola, Florida

The Blue Angels are scheduled to deploy to NAF El Centro Jan. 3, 1999 for their annual winter training.

The U.S. Navy Blue Angels will perform at 36 events, flying 68 shows in the United States and Canada. The annual demonstration season begins in March and concludes in November. More than 200 requests were received for the jet demonstration teams. The number of supportable requests is limited by the length of the season, travel and training requirements, operational considerations, and seasonal meteorological conditions.

Demonstration sites are selected to support the objectives of the Department of Defense and the interests of the Armed Services with safety as the primary consideration. Performances greatly assist the recruiting and retention goals of the Services, enhance esprit de corps among the uniformed men and women, and demonstrates the professional skills and capabilities of the U.S. Armed Forces to the American public and U.S. allies

Information courtesy of the United States Navy

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