Those jet pilots are astounding at what they can do with an aircraft. Those guys at Oceana take off from there and go to a nearby field, Fentress Air Field to practice landing on air craft carriers. Now, that's some edge of your knuckles flying. That area had a crash in 1986 where a young pregnant mother was driving by the air field when an A-6 crashed into her car, killing her. Then there was the crash of another A-6 in the middle 70's where 2 Navy pilots steered the aircraft away from populated areas and crashed the plane into a farm field, never getting a chance to eject, and miraculously no fire. That happened to a friend of mine, who saw the plane crash when he was in his work truck going to a job site.