Air Force members and their families are happy with their service members birthday air shows and their airmen.
In fact, the Air Force has a new theme tune, Air Force Air Force Birthday Airshow, and the Air National Guard is celebrating its own birthday.
Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Ray Odierno, who is flying out of Fort Worth, Texas on a special assignment, is scheduled to attend.
The Air Force and Air National Guards are both celebrating their own birthdays with Air Force celebrations and celebrations in the Air Combat Command.
The annual Air Combat Base Christmas air show and celebration will take place Saturday and Sunday.
The airshow and celebration has become an annual tradition for the Air Forces.
In 2013, the airshow had an attendance of nearly 11,000.
This year, Air Combat and Training Command has a special theme tune.
It features air combat themes from the 1950s to the present.
It also features an Air Force-themed rendition of the song “Happy Birthday” by the Grateful Dead.
It will also feature an Air National Military Family, a special salute to the service members who make up the Air Command family.
The theme tune for the air show is called Air Force Blue and includes a rendition of “Air Force Blue” by Grateful Dead, “Happy birthday, Jesus.”
The Air Force will be playing a song called “Airforce Blue.”
This year’s Air Combat command will also be hosting a birthday party at the Air Base in Fort Worth on Saturday and Saturday night.
The event will feature live music, live entertainment, food, entertainment by the local band, and more.
For more information, visit the Air and Naval Air Forces Air Combat Center website.