October 3-4, 2015
Gates open: 9:00 a.m.
Show starts: 12:00 p.m. (October 3), 1:00 p.m. (October 4)
Jasper County Airport-Bell Field
Also performing at the show is the World War II Bomber “Devil Dog,” a B-25 from Georgetown, Texas. Internationally known aerobatics performer Skip Stewart will be flying his spectacular routine in the “Prometheus.” Dr. Stan Musick will do aerobatics in a North American P-51 D Mustang, and Chris Avery will fly the F4U Corsair; both are from the Southern Heritage Air Foundation of Tallulah, Louisiana.
Other planes and pilots flying include: Jeremy Holt- Skybolt, Aaron Taylor – AT6, Steve “Lizard” Richmond and Pat “Glider” Tuckey – RV’s, and a Zero, and Kate “TORA” planes from the Commemorative Air Force.
The B-25, P-51, Corsair, and “TORA” Zero planes will perform a re-enactment of a World War II bombing run.
A once in a life-time thrill is to ride in the B-25 Devil Dog. The crew will be offering plane rides at a cost of $395.00 per person. Call KJAS radio in Jasper, Texas to make your reservation or for more information (409) 384-2626.
The Re-Max sky –diving team, led by Al Saylor, will open up the show with their multi-jumper parachutes, and Ross Boyett will fly his remote controlled airplane for the crowd right before the show.
There will be lots of food vendors with delicious food items, so come hungry. Mooney Fun Jumps will also be on location for the children, and Dream Big Entertainment, an authentic and fully restored A-7D Corsair II attack Fighter, will be there for a photo memory opportunity.
Gates open at 9:00 a.m. for static display on both days. On display will be a Stearman, Super Cub, Piper Cub, L-19 Birddog, and more!
Arm bands are available at KJAS Radio in advance and at the gate: Children ages 4 through 12 are $5.00 per person, ages 13 and up are $15.00 per person, children under 3 are FREE!
The EAA Chapter 1356 of Leesville, LA will provide free “Young Eagles” rides for children ages 8 -17.
*Due to FAA and DOT Regulations: Ice Chests, Large Bags, Back packs, Containers, Animals or Pets will not be allowed on Airport Grounds.