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Saturday, July 18, 2015
The USAF Thunderbirds get so close you feel like you can reach out and touch them. (PHOTOS BY STEPHEN M. WALLACE / CONTRIBUTOR)

ENP STAFF REPORTS
news@eastniagarapost.com


NIAGARA FALLS AIR RESERVE STATION — Thousands of people from near and far will take in the Thunder of Niagara public air show today and Sunday.

Buffalo Bills' Head Coach Rex Ryan parachutes into the
airfield Friday in tandem with one of the Army Golden 
Knights.
With performances planned by the USAF Thunderbirds, Army Golden Knights parachute specialists, Wounded Warrior Flight Team, USMC AV-8B Harrier, “Quick Silver” P-51D Mustang, MiG-17PF, Harvard Extreme Harvard Mk IV, Greg Koontz and the Alamaba Boys, FG-1D Corsair “Skyboss,” Fly Jive Fly – RV8A, Greg Ward MX2, Trojan Horsemen aerial team, United States Coast Goard Search & Rescue Demo, and plenty others, there's not going to be much down time for those watching the show from the base or from cars lining nearby roads.

Friday, a VIP show was given including several of the show's main performers — plus Buffalo Bills' Head Coach Rex Ryan parachuting into the airfield.

Today's show began at 9 a.m., as will tomorrow's. The daily shows are expected to wrap up around 4 p.m.

For more information, visit ThunderofNiagara.com.

For more photos, click here.

The Thunder of Niagara air show allows spectators to get up close and personal. Here, the crowd congratulates one of
the Army Golden Knights on a successful jump.




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