San Diego Chapter Continue Protesting Miramar Air Show

September 08, 2017

Each year, San Diego hosts the giant Miramar Air Show, which is attended by up to 500,000 people. This air show is typical of many other air shows around the country in that it attempts to glorify and glamorize war and militarism, as well as being an excellent opportunity for defense contractors and the overall military industrial complex to sell products which lead to the deaths and injuries of so many people on earth.

The San Diego Veterans For Peace, with veteran members of all five services, is opposed to these “war shows” and is asking the public to stay home and to provide more wholesome entertainment to their children and families than the Miramar Air Show provides. As part of this educational outreach, veterans will be located with banners on the Carroll Canyon Road overpass of I-15 from 3:30 PM to 5:30 PM on each Thursday just prior to the air show.

Chapter members and friends of the San Diego Veterans For Peace will be “bannering” above the I-15 at the Carroll Canyon Road on Thursdays prior to the air show, from 3:30 PM to 5:30 PM, against the continuation of the annual September Miramar Air Show, and to encourage the general public to stay home.

See Press Coverage:

Commentary: Miramar Air Show - Just Don’t Go 

Video | San Diego Veterans for Peace is in the second year of a 5-year protest of the Miramar Air Show

Miramar response to air show protest: This is nothing like war


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