Proairshow, LLC

Air Show Narration & Sound Services

307 West Fredericks Street

Anderson, South Carolina 29625

864-226-3489

hugh@proairshow.com

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What Happened in 1952?

Safety vs. Politics circa 1998

Why Monitor Air Shows

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Uncontrolled Flight

Processionary Caterpillars

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Airshow History

Who Were the Skyhawks?

Skyhawks PM Magazine Segment

Carolina Air Show History TV Show

1935 Air Show Home Movie

Carolina Air Show History Pages

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USAF Satire

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Need a Trunk Monkey?

Angle Decoys

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Flying Biker

Under the Bridge

SU-30 at Parris

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High School Student Aviation Familiarization Program

An effort by Proairshow, LLC to encourage academic success, inspire greater aspirations and motivate individual initiative of selected high school students using air shows as a tool.

Qualified students are offered the opportunity to accompany the Proairshow personnel on trips to events.  Students earn money acting as "sound equipment roadies" setting up and taking down sound systems and participate in all aspects of the air show production.

Teaching & Learning, May 2006

Nick Surls & JJ Gardner travel to Stanly County, NC

 

Levi Receives T-6 Ride at Lumberton NC.

 

Nick, now a college freshman, runs the soundboard at the Allen Henley Benefit Air Show, April 2009,

Cecil Field, Jacksonville, FL.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pFTds68QrY4

 

JJ Gardner, still in school, runs sound during F-15E demo, at the Allen Henley show, April 2009,

Cecil Field, Jacksonville, FL.

(That's a very important piece of air show equipment in the background)

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