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YPSILANTI, MI — After Ypsilanti’s annual airshow cropped up as an opportunity for the U.S. Navy Blue Angels, Event Coordinator Katlin Forster called the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds to ask if the angels could join.

“Then we talked to our organizers here for Thunder Over Michigan and they were more than happy to accommodate ,” Forster said.

Ypsilanti’s Thunder Over Michigan airshow returns Aug. 7-8 as a drive-in event — a first time feature — and includes two shows per day at Willow Run Airport in Ypsilanti. Morning shows begin at 8:30 a.m. each day, while afternoon shows start at 1:30 p.m.

The Blue Angels and Thunderbirds are appearing together for the first time in Michigan at the event, but they won’t fly together.

Also new this year is the event’s ticket system. As a drive-in event, tickets are per car — not per person. A car pass is $185 for all passengers. A separate ticket is needed for each show.

The Blue Angels and F35 Demo Team will perform during the morning shows and the Thunderbirds and A-10 Demo Team will perform in the afternoon shows.

However, this isn’t the first time the Thunderbirds and Blue Angels have performed together in general, as they took on a show together in Kansas City, Missouri earlier this year, said Maj. Jason Markzon.

The Blue Angels start training in November of each year to get ready for each season of shows, said Lt. Julius Bratton. In November and December, the team trains twice a day for five days a week until January, when the team practices two to three times a day for six days a week.

“So it is around the clock jet training in order to put on this demonstration safely and make it look second to none,” Bratton said.

The best part of performing at the same show is the teams are like siblings to each other, Bratton said.

“We’re both executing flight demonstrations as a military jet demonstration team, so we’re always looking to improve our processes and be able to share our best practices and how we do things,” Bratton said. “(It’s) invaluable to putting on the absolute best flight demonstration that both teams can do for the American public.”


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