This May 19, 2016, photo shows Marine Capt. Jeff Kuss at an air show in Lynchburg, Va. A Blue Angels F/A-18 fighter jet crashed Thursday, June 2, near Nashville, Tenn., killing the pilot.
The formation few over Perdido Key towards Pensacola Beach, then over Palafox St.in downtown Pensacola before returning to Forrest Sherman Field on Naval Air Station Pensacola.
The Blue Angels celebrated 70 years of blue and gold on Wednesday.
"We'll probably be making an announcement on that before the end of the week", he said, but couldn't elaborate on whether the team is looking to promote its No. 7 F/A-18 Hornet pilot, Lt. Tyler Davies, who serves as the narrator during airshows.
Thursday morning, they once again took to the skies for practice over Pensacola Beach.
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The U.S. Navy's Blue Angels aviation demonstration team took back to the skies for their first practice since the loss of one of their own.
The Navy said earlier this week that the team's scheduled performances on June 25 and 26 at a Vero Beach air show were "in limbo" and an official decision about whether the team would appear at the show had not yet been made.
The team shared a honoring the original Blue Angels.
Hundreds of Pensacola residents gathered at Veteran's Memorial Park June 9 for a candlelight vigil and tribute to Kuss, attended by many members of the Blue Angels team.
The cause of the fatal June 2 crash has yet to be announced.