No sonic booms, although out in the training range they likely get them. We did have an F16 go boom just over a mile from my house in 2006. The engine came apart right after takeoff and the pilot got it lined with a farm field before punching out. The F35 with the P51 is from Luke, they also fly with an A10 and a P38 for shows. The P38 is the original Lightning.That is cool to see F35's, like most military programs started out pretty lumpy, but turning into a good airplane. They had an F35 in Seattle this year flying in formation with a P-51, was really cool.
Do you ever hear Sonic Boom's (the sound of freedom) down there? 2010 was my first time hearing them since the 1970's when I was spending a summer with family in Anaconda, MT (godforsaken place, to never visit again) Over there sonic booms several times a week, which I later found out was the standard test route for SR-71's out of Beale AFB on training flights, they would refuel over ID, and then climb and accelerate over MT
I have base access, but am not allowed photos or videos of the flight line. My daughter works on base.