Friday, 18 May*

0800: Gates open to DoD cardholders

0800-1500: Radio Active RC demonstrations (Hangar 3)

0945-1200: F-16 Fighting Falcons, Oracle/Sean Tucker, Goodyear/Mike Goulian, MV-22 Osprey, T-6 Texan, Jet Truck, Warrior Flight Team, F-4U Corsair, AV-8B Harrier (Flightline)

1000-1100: Rough Cut – 779th Medical Group Band (Hangar 3)

1200-1500: US Army Golden Knights, Gieco Skytypers, SB2C Helldiver, UH-1N Huey photo pass, Red Bull, Goodyear/Mike Goulian, F-22 Raptor/P-51 Mustang Heritage Flight, Oracle/Sean Tucker (Flightline)

1230-1500: AF ROTC commissioning ceremony (Hangar 3)

1500-1700: US Navy Blue Angels Practice (Flightline)

1700: Gates close

 

Saturday, 19 May*

0800: Gates open to general public

0800-1500: Radio Active RC demonstrations (Hangar 3)

0900-1000: Goodyear/Mike Goulian, Oracle/Sean Tucker, SB2C Helldiver/F-4U Corsair (Flightline)

0900-1000: Performance Dance Company (Hangar 3)

1000-1030: JSOH Opening ceremony –remarks by the Commandant, US Marine Corps (Flightline)

1030-1200: AV-8B Harrier, T-6 Texan, Jet Truck, Warrior Flight Team, MV-22 Osprey (Flightline)

1100-1130: USMC Silent Drill Platoon (Hangar 3)

1200-1300: Barry Michael – Country Music recording artist (Hangar 3)

1200-1500: US Army Golden Knights, Gieco Skytypers, UH-1N Huey photo pass, Red Bull, Oracle/Sean Tucker , B-2 Spirit (Sat only), F-22 Raptor/P-51 Mustang Heritage Flight, Goodyear/Mike Goulian (Flightline)

1300-1400: Max Impact -US Air Force Band (Hangar 3)

1400-1500: Nancy Paris Hines – Local area dancer, choreographer & recording artist (Hangar 3)

1500-1700: US Navy Blue Angels (Flightline)

1700: Gates close

1800: Last Bus Departs for FedEx or Branch Ave Metro

 

Sunday, 20 May*

0800: Gates open to general public

0800-1500: Radio Active RC demonstrations (Hangar 3)

1000-1200: Oracle/Sean Tucker, Goodyear/Mike Goulian, MV-22 Osprey, T-6 Texan, Jet Truck, Warrior Flight Team, AV-8B Harrier, F-4U Corsair/SB2C Helldiver (Flightline)

1130-1230: Rough Cut – 779th Medical Group Band (Hangar 3)

1200-1500: US Army Golden Knights, Gieco Skytypers, UH-1N Huey photo pass, Red Bull, Goodyear/Mike Goulian , F-22 Raptor/P-51 Mustang Heritage Flight, Oracle/Sean Tucker (Flightline)

1230-1400: Max Impact -US Air Force Band (Hangar 3)

1400-1500: Nancy Paris Hines – Local area dancer, choreographer & recording artist (Hangar 3)

1500-1700: US Navy Blue Angels (Flightline)

1700: Gates close

1800: Last Bus Departs for FedEx or Branch Ave Metro

 

*Times and performers subject to change


Shuttles to the Andrews Air Show will run from the Branch Ave Metro Station.
In-bound buses to the event will stop running at 1PM on Sat and Sun. Please plan accordingly.


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Security and parking space prohibit unauthorized vehicle admission to Andrews Air Force Base.
Guests can park at FedExField where shuttle buses will provide transportation to Andrews.
In-bound buses to the event will stop running at 1PM on Sat and Sun. Please plan accordingly.


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Directions to FedExField

Northern Virginia
 I-495/I-95 North to exit 15B (Central Ave. West). Turn right on Garrett A. Morgan Blvd.
 
 Montgomery and Howard Counties
 I-495/I-95 South to I-95 exit 17B Landover Road. Turn left on Brightseat Road.
 
 Washington, DC
 East Capitol Street to Central Avenue. Turn left on Garrett A. Morgan Blvd.


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Question:  When is the air show?

A: The Joint Service Open House is May 18 for DoD Only, 19 & 20 open to the public

Question:  How much is the event?
A: The Joint Service Open House is Free to all

Question:  Where do we park?
A: Civilians may park at FedExField or Branch Ave for civilians, DoD authorized members may park on base

Question:  Does the air show still take place when it rains?

A: Yes, but demonstrations may not depending on the severity of weather conditions

Question:  Where can I find a schedule of events?
A: The schedule is posted at www.jsoh.org/schedule.html

Question:  Can I bring guests in with my DoD ID card (ie, non-DoD employees) on Friday?

A: DoD members may escort as many non-DoD members as will fit with seatbelts, in their own vehicle.

Question:  Where do we park for the event Friday?
A: Once on base, DoD members will be directed to specified parking locations.

Question:  Will the shuttle buses run from Branch Ave Metro or FedExField on Friday?
A: There will be no shuttle service on May 18th.

Question:   My father is 75 years old and he needs a wheel chair to walk around. Can I bring the wheelchair
to the Open House?
Yes, wheelchairs are allowed; all metro vehicles are handicapped accessible. Once at FedExField or Branch Avenue Metro station, you will be directed to handicap accessible shuttle busses which will bring you to the show

Question:  Please define DOD ID card credentials.
A:  Identification which is issued and authorized by the Department of Defense to obtain access to DoD installations.

Question:   Can arrangements be made for handicap parking or drop-off/pickup close to a seating area? 

A:  Unfortunately, we do not have shuttle service to/from drop off/pickup locations to the seating area due to foot traffic and aircraft proximity.

Question:   Can individuals with development disabilities attend the air show on Friday?
A:  Yes, if they are escorted by a DoD Authorized member.

Question:  Is there closer parking available to avoid taking a shuttle or metro?

A: Unfortunately, there are no closer parking lots available, and due to security restrictions there is no foot traffic permitted
through any gate.
 
Question:  Are we allowed to bring in chairs or is there seating available?
A: Yes, visitors are allowed to bring lawn chairs to place near the viewing area only. 

Question:  Can members of the public (non-press) bring video cameras or photo cameras to
the Joint Service Open House 2012 airshow?

A: Yes, members of the public are allowed to bring cameras.

Question:  We have young kids we'd like to bring, but want to know when it starts so we can plan for nap time. 
When will visitors be able to get on base?

A: Shuttles from FedExField begin shuttling guests at 8 a.m.


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We are committed to ensuring visitors have a fun and safe experience during this year's Joint Service Open House. In order to ensure everyone's safety, we ask that you observe the following guidelines.

Weapons are prohibited. All persons, vehicles and hand carried items are subject to search at anytime while on the installation. There is a no tolerance standard for fighting or protesting at anytime. Failure to follow the rules will result in prosecution and removal from the installation. Narcotics and paraphernalia are strictly prohibited. Smoking is permitted in designated smoking areas that are clearly marked. Smoking around any aircraft is strictly prohibited at anytime. All patrons are highly encouraged to wear sunscreen.

The following items are acceptable to bring with you to the show.

Allowed Articles/Items
 Small Coolers (Medical Purposes Only)
 Fanny Packs
 Purses
 Camera Bags (Smaller then 1 cubic foot)
 Diaper Bags
 Portable Lawn Chairs
 Collapsible strollers
 Umbrellas
 Collapsible tripod and monopods

Prohibited Articles/Items
 All other Coolers (Hard or Soft, unless medically required)
 Backpacks
 Camelpacks
 Narcotics and Paraphernalia
 Camera Bags (Larger than 1 cubic foot)
 Roller Blades, Skates, and Skateboards
 Weapons
(including, but not limited to knives, firearms, explosives, bio/radiological substances)
 Bikes
 Pets
 All Food
 Beverages, Open or Closed (except baby formula)
 No Political Activity



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