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National Museum of Naval Aviation
Fort Barrancas (0.53 mi / 0.85 km)
Naval Air Station Pensacola (0.55 mi / 0.88 km)
Fat Albert (Blue Angels' C130) (0.58 mi / 0.93 km)
Pensacola Beach water tower (9.83 mi / 15.82 km)
TRANSIENT: Helicopter (19.69 mi / 31.69 km)
Spencer Naval Outer Landing Field (21.25 mi / 34.19 km)
Summerdale Naval Outer Landing Field (23.07 mi / 37.12 km)
Town of Bagdad (23.60 mi / 37.98 km)
Waterville, USA (23.68 mi / 38.10 km)
Fort Morgan (43.54 mi / 70.07 km)
From: Ravendark54To the south, and probably part of the museums collection is a Blue Angel aircraft, ID'd by the Keyhole community as an F-18. I saw the team perform yesterday in Sacramento. Excellent show, had to leave before the end of the perfomance and got the opprotunity to be directly underneath Angel #5 to bad I couldn't get my camera out in time.
Sun Mar 19 09:05:19 -0800 2006
From: SeeKarSpeaking of Blue Angels, the C-130 in the pic with the blue wings and white fuselage appears to be Fat Albert, the Blue Angels support craft.
Sun Mar 19 20:01:10 -0800 2006