Pensacola has a tremendous naval air station which trains many of our aerial specialists of the military. Navy and Marine men and women train here for the great instruction. So, you may see many of these brave souls out and about town. It also means when the patriotic times of year approach you can often find many wonderful things going on. The fourth of July is always wonderul and sometimes the base even lets civilians into their festivities. They even have a museum. But call ahead because it's often hard to get onto base without a family member working/studying there.
It also has a hotel/inn you can stay at on base for cheap if you have permission of a commanding officer's rank who is on base for training.
On a side note: Thank you to all the brave men and women who serve our wonderful, free country!! And thanks to the families who support them :)
The most 'value for money' time to visit is September through to March. Pensacola averages 343 days of sunshine a year. The southerly winds off the Gulf of Mexico keeps the temperatures mild. · Average high temperature: 77° and Average low temperature of 60° .
living on the island is like living in another country..the islanders, IF they have to cross the bridge into Pensacola, consider it going to the 'mainland'. suits and ties aren't allowed on the island and bring your sense of humor
This aircraft is what brought me to the Pensacola area. It is an AC130(H) Spectre Gunship. The company I work for manufactures the Infrared system used for targeting. The two big guns are trainable to the Infrared and LLLTV (Low Light Level TV) systems and are deadly accurate. These aircraft have been used in numerous conflicts throughout the world and I've had the pleasure of accompany them to several of these places.
Pensacola explain attention to military matters, such as The National Museum of Naval Aviation on Pensacola
Naval Air Station, Nearby, the U.S. Navy Blue Angels practice their fascinating stunts and you can watch.
Pensacola is home to a recreated Vietnam Veterans Momorial Wall, and two well-preserved historical forts are open for you inspection.
Pensacola relive 400 years of rich and colorful past.The downtown historical district invites you
along charming streets and into restored homes.
Fort Barrancas and Fort Pickens recount the story of the area's involvement in the Cicil War, and a variety of museums relate there engaging heritage.