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Daredevils, Blue Angels Fly at Los Angeles County Air Show (VIDEO)

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The Navy's Blue Angels were back in action at the inaugural L.A. County Air Show in Lancaster, after losing their 2013 season to federal sequester budget cuts.

The Blue Angels headline two days of stunt pilots and show planes that started yesterday and continues until 4 p.m. this afternoon. If the thought of planes plunging toward the ground doesn't make you reach for a Xanax, the show is $25 for adults and $10 for kids.

Here's a highlight reel from News Source LA.

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Video highlights of of the 2014 LA County Air Show from News Source LA on Vimeo.