No need to add much text to this one-of-a-kind video clip of the one-and-only Navy’s Blue Angels Exhibition Team at work.
From the slot position to the lead aircraft – and then from number one’s belly, you get views once unheard of. Amazing videography, not to mention aerobatic precision.
These barrel rolls, loops, inverted climbing turns and “bursting bomb” maneuvers are breathtaking from the deck, but from onboard these sleek McDonnell Douglas F/A-18 Hornets your view is really spectacular. This video was taken just last month over Puget Sound as the Blues performed over Seattle Washington’s annual Boeing SeaFair Air Show 2019.
We’ve put a composite photo down below showing the different aircraft used by the “Blues” since they first began to thrill the crowds at the end of WWII. The main video is only 6:19 long.
Don’t hesitate to enjoy this high-resolution video in full-screen mode.
Click the above and below group shots to see them in full resolution.