(DALLAS, TX – OCTOBER 18, 2017) – LiveAirShowTV is proud to announce their return to Nellis Air Force Base in Las Vegas for @Aviation Nation Air & Space Expo 2017 during Veterans Day Weekend, November 10-12. The LiveAirShowTV team will be helping to wrap-up the year-long celebration of the 70th Anniversary of the U.S. Air Force at the expo, which will also mark the final public performance for the 2017 U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds

In addition to current military displays such as the ACC F-22 Raptor Demo Team and the U.S. Air Force F-35 Heritage Flight Team, the air show will feature the Bremont Horsemen, the Red Eagles Formation TeamKirby Chambliss and the Red Bull Air ForceMichael WiskusWild Blue Rodeo, LLCGregory W Colyer/Ace Maker AirshowsSmoke-n-Thunder Jet Shows warbirds from Texas Flying Legends, Ric Petersonand L.m. Sawyer, and much more in the line-up and on the ramp.

The LiveAirShowTV team will enhance the fan’s experience on the ramp with live multi-camera coverage, informative videos, and in-cockpit cameras from OnBoard Images. For those who can’t be in Las Vegas for the air show and expo, they can still watch the show from anywhere in the world via the LIVE Internet broadcast. Details on how to watch can be found on LiveAirShowTV’s website and Facebook page.

“The roots of LiveAirShowTV go back to Nellis,” said Jeff Lee, President of LiveAirShowTV. “We were here for the first Aviation Nation back in 2002, and worked with the show through the 60th Anniversary show in 2007. It will be like going home for us.”

Be a part of this historic air show on the ramp, or on the web. Like the 50th and the 60th, the 70th Anniversary celebration will be talked about for years to come!

Nellis AFB is considered the “Home of the Fighter Pilot”, and it is indeed home to the US Air Force Warfare Center, which is the largest advanced air combat training mission in the world. Nellis was first used as the Las Vegas Army Air Field in late 1941 and was used for B-17 gunnery and co-pilot training until it was closed in January 1947. It was reopened in 1949 as the Las Vegas Air Force Base and was renamed in 1950 to honor Lieutenant William Harrell Nellis, a P-47 pilot from southern Nevada who was killed in action on December 27, 1944 over Luxembourg during the Battle of the Bulge. Nellis now covers more than 14,000 acres and employs over 9500 military and civilians to help carry out its mission for advanced combat aviation training.

LiveAirShowTV has covered over 70 air shows, including 20 live broadcasts seen by over four million people on-site, on TV and the Internet.

For more information on the airshow and open house visit http://www.nellis.af.mil/Air-SpaceExpo/

Nellis AFB – www.nellis.af.mil/

LiveAirShowTV – www.LiveAirShowTV.com

OnBoard Images – www.OnBoardImages.com

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