In a celebration of the American melting pot, 275 people crowded in with family and friends to take the oath of citizenship Jan. 17 in Pensacola, completing a lengthy process to call the U.S. home. Among their ranks were people from all corners of the globe, with native languages ranging across the spectrum. Read the […]
The 19-member orchestra is scheduled to perform at 7 p.m. in the Blue Angels Atrium at the National Naval Aviation Museum. Concertgoers will also be able to enjoy dinner at the authentic Cubi Bar Café, which will remain open from 5:15–6:45 p.m. for a special dinner menu and cash bar. Admission tickets are $30 per […]
Halloween events and family friendly festivities will be going on in Navarre and the surrounding area throughout the weekend as well as the day of Halloween. Listed below are some of the events taking place. Oct. 27 Halloween Haunt Join in the howling happenings for a frightfully fun time at the annual Halloween Haunt […]
The Museum of Naval Aviation has a viewing area for visitors to watch the team practice. The team visits the museum to answer questions and sign autographs after Wednesday practices. Practices typically begin at 11:30 a.m. For information, call 850-452-3604.
The National Naval Aviation Museum, located aboard Pensacola Naval Air Station once again has earned national recognition. The museum, the world’s largest naval aviation museum, was ranked a “Top 20 Museum in the USA” by Yelp in December, confirming its place among the best museums in the country to visit. The museum came in at […]
The number of Americans has increased by 72. On a sunny fall afternoon in Pensacola, 72 people from 35 nations raised their hands and recited the oath of citizenship. About 500 people attended the two-hour proceedings Nov. 13 in the spectacular Blue Angels atrium inside the Naval Aviation Museum at Naval Air Station Pensacola, including […]
According to the Naval Air Station Public Affairs Office, the National Naval Aviation Museum onboard Naval Air Station Pensacola is closed due to a bomb threat and will remain closed until tomorrow, Sept. 28, when normal hours will resume. Visitors at the museum were evacuated and gates were closed pending primary and secondary searches to […]