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All of the scheduled acts performed their routines except Skip Stewart who had to emergency land on a Troy Road earlier this week because of engine failure.
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Vickie Womack and her family come to the air show every year. She brings her granddaughter and for the last two years her great-granddaughter. Womack said her favorite part is the military acts.
Her great-granddaughter loves the helicopters, jets and the static displays that she can walk in.
”She can see what’s going on and learn a little bit about the airplanes. She wants to take helicopter rides … We took her on some of the helicopters on the inside last year and she just really enjoyed it and didn’t want to get off,” Womack said.
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Last year roughly 62,000 people went to the weekend’s events that had a $3.7 million impact, Scott Buchanan, board chairman of the show, previously told this news outlet.
“I think it’s record crowd for the day … I think it’s probably more than we’ve had. Great day, couldn’t ask for better weather,” Buchanan said.
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Dayton Air Show Performance Saturday