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I have to think the following videos would make any a young, red blooded American consider a career as a jet aircraft pilot or mechanic. These are exciting videos to watch as they do some very serious, very close, formation flying. A Split Second error could cause a catastrophe and they could all come tumbling out of the sky. These young Pilots demonstrate nerves of Steel. These nerves of Steel have to be necessary if they are ever flying into a war zone.
When you watch these videos, be sure to set your display to full screen and turn up your volume, then sit back and relax, you might feel your rear end trying to take a bite out of your seat cushion on a few occasions. I hope you enjoy them very much.
Did not know gum chewing was required of the pilots?
Blue Angels..check out the pilot chewing gum and his facial expressions!
Footage courtesy of the U.S. Navy & the Blue Angels
Ever wonder what “Pure Awesome” looks like? Wonder No More.
This may be one of the best…
Video runs 3:44.Â For Sure Go Full Screen….Guys…this footage is of the “slot man” in the Diamond formation…toughest flying due to wingtip vortices, etc…when he “smiles”, he is pulling some serious positive/ negative “g” forces.
WOW! What a ride! Notice the rest of the formation in the Pilot’s reflective goggles!
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Blue Angels – Insane Footage Takes You Inside the Cockpit …
*****I want to dedicate this following video to my buddies who served in the United States Air Force, Don, Bob, Wayne, Dan who is watching from a different cyberspace than ours, and others who served in the Air Force. This is a long video, 46 minutes, but it gives credit to the Ground Crews, something I believe most of us were involved in. I hope you enjoy it, thanks for watching. Thunderbirds