Saturday, May 23, 2009

DAV Flight Team Celebrates 100th Event at Indy 500

Indianapolis, IN -- Disabled American Veterans (DAV) Flight Team will honor veterans and thrill race fans with a special flyover of two B-25 Mitchell bombers at the 2009 Indianapolis 500 Mile Race.

As part of the DAV Aviation Outreach Program, two DAV Flight Team B-25s—Special Delivery and Take Off Time— will pass over the Indianapolis Motor Speedway during the NATIONAL ANTHEM prior to the beginning of the race.

The DAV Aviation Outreach Program is an Aviation Based Marketing Program developed to promote the DAV’s mission of building better lives for America’s disabled veterans. The flyby represents the 100th event for the program -- now in it’s seventh season under the management of AirSupport LLC.

“We are thrilled that we are able to mark the celebration of the 100th event of the DAV Aviation Outreach Program with this prestigious flyby at an event as iconic as the Indianapolis 500”, says Dennis Dunbar, Vice President and Director of Operations for AirSupport LLC.

AirSupport LLC is a full-service airshow and aviation event management, planning and production company. Founded in 1995, the company's primary mission is to provide aviation event services that allow its customers to enjoy professional, profitable and safe aviation events.

The DAV Aviation Outreach Program, features the B-25 Mitchell Bomber and will appear nationwide at over 25 airshows this season, reaching over 2.7 million airshow spectators. For more information about Aviation Based Marketing Programs visit

The 2009 Indianapolis 500 will be broadcast nationally in High Definition on ABC on Sunday, May 24. For more information, check

Liz Johnson
AirSupport LLC

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