Cleveland National Air Show features US. Army Golden Knights

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CLEVELAND-- Get ready for the roar on the shore.

The Blue Angels are headlining the Cleveland National Air Show. The one-hour performance celebrates their 70th anniversary. (See the air show schedule here)

"What's really cool we will have The original Bat Chopper and Batmobile from the 1966 TV hit series," said Kim Dell, executive director of the air show. "So they will perform in the show and also on the ground so folks can get up close and see all the bat gadgets."

An estimated 100,000 attendees will be able to talk to pilots and see demonstrations from several groups, including the US. Army Golden Knights.

"It's pure adrenaline when you jump out, you can see for miles," said Ethan Tamez, a U.S. Army specialist.

The Golden Knights, the Army parachute team, is planning to make several dives during the air show. They'll even dive at the Indians game Friday.

The air show begins Saturday at 9 a.m. at Burke Lakefront Airport.

Google Map for coordinates 41.511619 by -81.689798.

Burke Lakefront Airport

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