Jasper Air Show set March 15-16

LEESVILLE -- Plans are underway for the 10th anniversary of the Jasper Air Show and Fly-in set  Saturday, March 15 and Sunday, March 16 at the Jasper County Bell Field Airport just two miles west of Jasper, Texas.

New to the show this year will be the World War II Bomber, the B-25 “Devil Dog” from Georgetown and Randy W. Ball, flying a MIG/17 F fighter jet aerobatic routine. Also, Aerobatics performer, Skip Stewart will be back again flying the “Prometheus," Randy Henderson will be flying the infamous, “Texas T-Cart," and Stan Musick will be flying a P-51 Mustang. Other planes will include, Tora - Zero planes, T-6, Decathlon, RV Acro, Skydivers, Jasper Aero-modelers remote control planes and more!

The B-25, P-51 and “Tora” Zero planes will perform a re-enactment of the World War II bombing.

Gates open at 9 a.m. for static display on both days. On display will be a Stearman, Super cub, Piper Cub, L-19 Birddog, Beech 18 and more.

Arm bands are available at KJAS Radio in advance and at the gate: Prices are remaining the same as last year. Ages 13 and up - $15, ages 4 through 12 $5, and children 3 and under are free.

Food vendors will be on location.

The EAA Chapter 1356, of Leesville, will provide free “Young Eagle” rides for children ages 8 to 17. A parent or guardian must sign a waiver.

Due to FAA and DOT Regulations: Ice chests, large back packs, containers, animals or pets will not be allowed on airport grounds.
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