Glad you’re here! Join us on a quick tour below of the best Blue Angels videos from 2019. These Sailors put on some amazing shows this season. Take a look!
5. Head-on Take Off of #6
4. Oshkosh Air Show Flyover
3. Closest Formation Turn
2. Low over the Fence
1. Gyro-Stabilized Cockpit View
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The US Navy Blue Angels are scheduled to conduct 61 flight demonstrations at 32 locations across the country in 2019 to showcase the pride and professionalism of the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps to the American and Canadian public.Continue reading Blue Angels roaring over Iowa: 6 Photos
Thunderbirds conduct their first training flight on April 18, 2018, following an aircraft mishap on April 4. The mishap, which occurred over the Nevada Test and Training Range, claimed the life of Maj. Stephen Del Bagno, Thunderbird #4/Slot Pilot. The training sortie is one of many the team will conduct over the coming weeks to strengthen team confidence and maintain proficiency. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Ned T. Johnston)
U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds F-16 demonstration team fly over Hill AFB, Utah, practicing various maneuvers in preparation for the Warriors Over the Wasatch air show.
The Thunderbirds have the privilege and responsibility to perform for people all around the world, displaying the pride, precision and professionalism of American Airmen. In every hour-long demonstration, the team combines years of training and experience with an attitude of excellence to showcase what the Air Force is all about.
The sharply choreographed, drill-style ground ceremony kicks off the demonstration by showcasing the attention to detail and esprit de corps that defines our enlisted members. As the jets take to the skies and fly only a few feet from wingtip to wingtip, the crowd gets a glimpse of the awesome skills and capabilities that all fighter pilots must possess. The solo pilots integrate their own loud and proud routine, exhibiting some of the maximum capabilities of the F-16 Fighting Falcon – the Air Force’s premier multi-role fighter jet.
The flying unit, officially known as the U.S. Air Force Air Demonstration Squadron, will perform its first public flyover of 2018 at Daytona 500, Daytona Beach, Florida.
2018 Show Season Schedule:
February 18: Daytona 500, Daytona Beach, Florida (Flyover)
March 24-25: Melbourne, Florida – “Melbourne Air & Space Show”
April 7-8: March ARB, California – “March Field Air & Space Expo”
April 14-15: Lakeland, Florida – “Sun-N-Fun Fly-In & Expo”
April 21-22: Columbus AFB, Mississippi – “Wings over Columbus”
April 28: JB Charleston, South Carolina – “Charleston Air Expo”
May 5-6: Fort Lauderdale, Florida – “Fort Lauderdale Air Show”
May 12: Laughlin AFB, Texas – “Laughlin AFB Open House
May 19-20: Langley AFB, Virginia – “AirPower Over Hampton Roads”
May 23: USAF Academy, Colorado
May 26-27: Cannon AFB, New Mexico – “Cannon AFB Air Show”
June 2-3: Mountain Home AFB, Idaho – “Gunfighter Skies 2018 Air Show”
June 9-10: Niagara Falls ARS, New York – “Thunder Over Niagara”
June 16-17: Ocean City, Maryland – “OC Air Show”
June 23-24: Hill AFB, Utah – “The Utah Air Show”
June 30-1 July: JB Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska – “Arctic Thunder Air Show”
July 7-8: Duluth, Minnesota – “Duluth Air and Aviation Expo”
July 14-15: Westover ARB, Massachusetts – “The Great New England Air Show”
July 21-22: Milwaukee, Wisconsin – “Milwaukee Air & Water Show”
July 25: Cheyenne, Wyoming – “Frontier Days Air Show”
July 28-29: Latrobe, Pennsylvania – “Westmoreland County Air Show”
August 4: Minot AFB, North Dakota – “Minot AFB Air Show”
August 18-19: Chicago, Illinois – “60th Chicago Air & Water Show”
August 22: Atlantic City, New Jersey – “Thunder over the Boardwalk”
August 25-26: Ypsilanti, Michigan – “Thunder Over Michigan Air Show”
September 1-3: Toronto, Canada – “Canadian International Air Show”
September 8-9: McConnell AFB, Kansas – “McConnell AFB Open House”
September 15-16: New Windsor, New York – “New York Air Show”
September 22-23: Mather, California – “California Capital Air Show”
September 29-30: Salinas, California – “California International Airshow”
October 6-7: Baltimore, Maryland – “Maryland Fleet Week and Air Show”
October 13-14: Fort Worth, Texas – “Fort Worth Alliance Air Show”
October 20-21: Huntington Beach, California – “Breitling Huntington Beach Air Show”
October 27-28: Little Rock AFB, Arkansas – “Thunder Over the Rock”
An F-22 Raptor from the Air Combat Command F-22 Demonstration Team at Langley Air Force Base, Virginia, waits on the flightline before taxiing, Jan. 26, 2018, at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, North Carolina. The team performed a practice demonstration at Seymour Johnson AFB. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Kenneth Boyton)
Air-to-air video of U.S. Navy Fight Demonstration Squadron the Blue Angels performing a Diamond Dirty Loop. Video only, no audio.
EL CENTRO, Calif. (Feb. 01, 2018) Commanding Officer of the Blue Angels and Flight Leader, Cmdr. Eric Doyle, practices air show maneuvers during a winter training flight over El Centro, Calif. The Blue Angels are scheduled to perform more than 60 demonstrations at more than 30 locations across the U.S. in 2018. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Jess Gray/Released)
EL CENTRO, Calif. (Jan. 27, 2018) Blue Angels Diamond pilots practice air show maneuvers during a winter training flight over El Centro, California. The Blue Angels are scheduled to perform more than 60 demonstrations at more than 30 locations across the U.S. in 2018. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Ian Cotter (Released) 180127-N-IR734-339