Thunderbirds and other aircraft arrive on Long Island ahead of Bethpage Air Show
The stars of the Bethpage Air Show have arrived on Long Island.
Combat aircrafts like the U.S. Marine Corps F-25-B Lightning can perform vertical takeoffs and landings.
The Thunderbirds, representing nearly 700,000 active-duty members in the U.S. Air Force, will also be part of the Memorial Day festivities.
The U.S. Navy "Growler Legacy" Team will demonstrate close-flight maneuvers as a tribute to naval aviators.
All of the aircrafts can be seen at the Bethpage Air Show Saturday and Sunday at 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. over Jones Beach.