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    Blue Angels Buzz Downtown Chicago Building–It Was Epic!

    I don’t know about you.  I usually hate the word epic.  Some people apply the word to things that aren’t truly epic.  “Epic bagel, bro.”  Probably not.  But there was one thing that was truly epic–The Blue Angels performance at the Chicago Air And Sea Show. The Blue Angels, known for their tight formation flying […] More

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    This Video Proves That The Blue Angels Were On Point At EAA AirVenture 2017

    This video of the United States Navy Precision Flight Demonstration Team, otherwise known as the Blue Angels, was shot during the team’s first full show performance at EAA AirVenture 2017 on Saturday 7/29/2017. The visuals are in awesome HD and the producers chose some super-smooth music to accompany the visuals where sound wasn’t clean. There’s […] More

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    Where Did THAT Come From? Blue Angels Sneak Pass Stuns Crowd

    The Blue Angels are known for their fantastic stunts, precision flying, and professionalism.  But they are also known for a sneaky, sneaky maneuver that always stuns the crowd. Their performance typically includes a low pass near stage center by Blue Angels #5.  In the pass, the F/A-18 conducts a powerful, yet graceful flyby in full […] More

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    The Blue Angels Crush Their Arrival To AirVenture 2017

    On 7/26/2017 just as the National Anthem was concluding, the United States Navy Precision Flight Demonstration Team, better known as the Blue Angels, arrived for their performances at EAA AirVenture 2017. Listen for the lead calling maneuvers and each pilot calling when he breaks for the landing. FYI the tail numbers are often changed week […] More

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    How Well Do You Know The Blue Angels?

    The Blue Angels have flown the F/A-18 for 30 years.  What else have they flown? The Unites States Navy Flight Demonstration Team, otherwise known as the Blue Angels, began their 2017 road show season this weekend at Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake in California. The Blue Angels have been flying McDonnell-Douglas (Boeing) F/A-18 Hornets […] More

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