Blue Angels demonstration flight wows students

One-hundred fifty high school students gathered to watch a Blue Angels demonstration flight Wednesday at the Pensacola Naval Air Station in Florida. About 65 of the students attended the event through the Organization of Black Aerospace Professionals. Donnie Cochran, the first black Blue Angels pilot and a retired U.S. Navy captain, said the organization helps build awareness of aviation careers. "It was amazing," said Rayjhan Bethune, 17, of the Blue Angels' flight.

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