The two-day San Antonio area event saw a host of military and civilian spectators. Alamo Liaison Squadron was asked to bring aircraft for static display.

Spectators witnessed performances by the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds—F-16 Fighting Falcons—as well as demonstrations by C-17 Globemaster and C-5M Super Galaxy large transports, a B1-B Lancer strategic bomber, minijets, the Marine Corps F-35B Lightning II, and a B-25 vintage bomber. On static display with the L-birds were a P-51D Mustang fighter-bomber, an M1A1 Abrams tank, and Apache AH-64, UH-60 Black Hawk, and Chinook MH-47 helicopters. The event took place April 6-7, 2024.

Video provided by Pat Randle.
L-2 returns to Cannon Field piloted by Cowboy. Video by McCorkle.

Photos by Major Gerald “Cowboy” Caballero T-6A Evaluator Pilot, Pilot Instructor Training, 559th Flying Training Squadron JBSA Randolph TX, and ALS member.

Air-to-air photos by Clayton McCorkle, ALS member.

News from Joint Base San Antonio: The Great Texas Airshow returns to JBSA-Randolph April 6-7

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