Active Military

  • U.S. Navy Flight Demonstration Squadron, The Blue Angels – The mission of the United States Navy Flight Demonstration Squadron is to showcase the pride and professionalism of the United States Navy and Marine Corps by inspiring a culture of excellence and service to country through flight demonstrations and community outreach
  • U.S. Navy Parachute Demonstration Team, The Leap Frogs – The official parachute demonstration team of the United States Navy comprised of Navy SEALs
  • Special Operations Command Parachute Demonstration Team, The Black Daggers – Their mission is to perform live aerial demonstrations in support of Army special operations community relations and recruiting
  • U.S Air Force Rapid Strike Simulator – State-of-the-art flight simulator allows visitors to experience Air Force missions first hand such as F-22 interceptor missions, C-17 cargo drop, and unmanned combat aerial vehicle hunting
  • C-2 Greyhound – Twin-engine, high-wing cargo aircraft, designed to carry supplies, mail, and passengers to and from aircraft carriers of the United States Navy
  • C-17 Globemaster III – large military transport aircraft
  • C-130 Hercules – four-engine turboprop military transport aircraft
  • E-2C Hawkeye – American all-weather, carrier-capable tactical airborne early warning aircraft
  • MH-60S (HSC-14) Sikorsky -twin turbo shaft engine, multi-mission United States Navy helicopter
  • KC-135 – Military aerial refueling aircraft used during the Vietnam War and Operation Desert Storm
  • MH-60R (HSM-49) – Anti-Submarine Warfare, Surface Warfare Helicopter
  • P-3C Orion Maritime patrol aircraft – Four-engine turboprop anti-submarine and maritime surveillance aircraft
  • T-6B Texan II – Single-engine turboprop trainer aircraft
  • F/A-18 Hornet – Twin-engine supersonic, all-weather carrier-capable multirole combat jet
  • MH-60T (Coast Guard Centennial) – Sikorsky Jayhawk multi-mission, twin-engine, helicopter operated by United States Coast Guard.
  • T-45 Goshawk– Single engine used by United States Navy as an aircraft carrier-capable trainer.

Warbirds

  • P-38 Lightning – World War II-era American piston-engine fighter aircraft
  • P-40 Warhawk – World War II American single-engine, single-seat, all-metal fighter and ground attack aircraft
  • SBD Dauntless – World War II American naval scout plane and dive bomber
  • P-51 Mustang – American fighter-bomber used during World War II, the Korean Wars and other conflicts
  • F4U Corsair – American fighter aircraft that saw service primarily in World War II and the Korean War
  • TBM Avenger – American torpedo bomber that first saw action during the Battle of Midway and later WWII
  • B-25 Mitchell – World War II American twin-engine, medium bomber
  • PBJ-1 Mitchell – Medium Bomber, mid-winged land based mono plane used by United States Navy in 1940’s
  • Grumman F8F Bearcat – World War II American single-engine, carrier-based fighter aircraft
  • Cessna 172 – Skyhawk single engine, high wing first flown in 1955 it is the most successful aircraft in history
  • DHC-1 Chipmunk WP833 – World War II tandem, two-seat, single-engined primary trainer aircraft.
  • Grumman F6F Hellcat – American carrier-based fighter aircraft of World War II
  • Super Acro Sport 1 Jezebel – Single-seat aerobatic sports plane a, designed by Paul Poberezny
  • SIAI SF 260 Marchetti – Italian light aircraft marketed as an aerobatics and military trainer
  • Navy U3A – Used in 1957 by United States Air Force as a light utility aircraft for transport and administrative support
  • OSH 14 Electra – Civil passenger and cargo aircraft built by the Lockheed Aircraft Corporation during 1930’s
  • Navion L-17 – United States single-engine, unpressurized, retractable gear designed in 1940 for use by United States Air Force
  • Mk XIV Spitfire – British single-seat fighter aircraft that was used by the Royal Air Force during World War II
  • Stolp Too Starduster SA300 – Two-seat, conventional landing gear equipped homebuilt biplane
  • T-6 Texan – single-engine advanced trainer aircraft used to train pilots during World War II
  • T-34 Mentor – American propeller-driven, single-engine, military trainer aircraft
  • Yak-3 Yakovlev – World War II Soviet fighter aircraft
  • Recouped 415 YO-55 – low-wing monoplane aircraft used during World War II
  • Mitsubishi A6M Zero – World II Japanese fighter aircraft
  • P-63 Kingcobra – World War II American fighter aircraft
  • C-47 Skytrain – World War II military transport aircraft
  • T-28 Trojan – piston-engine military trainer aircraft used during early 1960’s
  • C-53 Skytrooper -World War II military transport aircraft
  • T-6 Texan – single-World War II single-engine advanced trainer aircraft
  • PB4Y Privateer – World War II and Korean War era patrol bomber of the United States Navy