Recently Priority Moving – San Diego Movers was honored to be selected to move lead solo Major Nathan Miller. He relocated to Florida where Major Miller takes the lead as solo wingeman.
Major Nathan Miller was so pleased with Priority Moving – San Diego Movers services that he sent the office a signed poster of the Blue Angels.
Priority Moving has moved many individuals that are serving their country including Major Nathan Miller and Generals, Admirals and other top brass. We are proud to do it and proud of their service to the country. These individuals are in the Army, Navy, Air Force and Marines.
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At the end of World War II, Chester W. Nimitz, then the Chief of Naval Operations, ordered the formation of a flight demonstration team to keep the public interested in naval aviation. The Blue Angels performed their first flight demonstration less than a year later in June 1946 at their home base, Naval Air Station (NAS) Jacksonville, Florida. Flying the Grumman F6F Hellcat, they were led by Lt. Cmdr. Roy “Butch” Voris.
Only two months later on August 25, 1946, the Blue Angels transitioned to the Grumman F8F Bearcat. One year later, the 1947 team, led by Lt. Cmdr. Robert Clarke, introduced the now famous “Diamond Formation.”
By the end of the 1940’s the Blue Angels were flying their first jet aircraft, the Grumman F9F-2 Panther. In response to the demands placed on naval aviation in the Korean Conflict, the team reported to the aircraft carrier USS Princeton as the nucleus of Fighter Squadron 191 (VF-191), Satan’s Kittens, in 1950.
The team reorganized the next year and reported to NAS Corpus Christi, Texas, where they began flying the newer and faster version of the Panther, the F9F-5. The Blue Angels remained in Corpus Christi until the winter of 1954 when they relocated to their present home base at NAS Pensacola, Florida. It was here that they progressed to the swept-wing Grumman F9F-8 Cougar.
The ensuing 20 years saw the Blue Angels transition to two more aircraft, the Grumman F11F-1 Tiger (1957) and the McDonnell Douglas F-4J Phantom II (1969).
In December 1974, the Navy Flight Demonstration Team began flying the McDonnell Douglas A-4F Skyhawk II and was reorganized as the Navy Flight Demonstration Squadron. This reorganization permitted the establishment of a commanding officer vice a flight leader (Cmdr. Tony Less was the squadron’s first official commanding officer), added support officers and further redefined the squadron’s mission, emphasizing the support of recruiting efforts.
On November 8, 1986, the Blue Angels completed their 40th anniversary year during ceremonies unveiling their present aircraft, the new sleek F/A-18 Hornet, the first dual-role fighter/attack aircraft now serving on the nation’s front lines of defense.
In 1992 more than one million people viewed Blue Angel’s performances during a 30-day European deployment to Sweden, Finland, Russia, Romania, Bulgaria, Italy, the United Kingdom and Spain. This was the first European deployment in 19 years.
The 2007 show season brought out more than 15 million spectators. Since 1946, the Blue Angels have performed for more than 427 million fans.
Priority moving is an Award Winning San Diego moving company that specializes in local San Diego moves and long distance moves. Priority Moving performs over 3,500 moves per year. This includes local San Diego moves, long distance moves, international moves and secure on-site storage.
We are licensed and insured San Diego Movers (CAL T-189943). (MAKE sure your mover has a valid CAL T license at the California Public Utilities Commission).
We are accredited members of the BBB (A+ rating), the CMSA (California Moving & Storage Association), AMSA (American Moving and Storage Association), IAM (International Association of Movers) and the only approved moving company in the SDCAA (San Diego County Apartment Association).
We are also an agent for Wheaton Van Lines for your long distance moving needs. In business for 65 years Wheaton is the only moving company ever to be awarded the Good Housekeeping Seal.
Established in 2002, Priority moving was founded on the principles of providing a consistent and high level of quality in moving. We have been featured on Fox 6 news (video on website), San Diego magazine, in the San Diego Union and numerous other news sources.
We were proud to be a certified ProMover – a designation granted only by the American Moving and Storage Association, and the only San Diego moving company honored with a supplier of the year award by the San Diego County Apartment Association.
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