Top 5 Craziest Sneaky Low Passes By Blue Angels
We all admit that the US Navy Blue Angels are one of the best flight demonstration teams in the world. First founded by Chester W. Nimitz on April 24, 1946, the US Navy fighter jet demonstration squadron Blue Angels has done some top-class aerobatic demonstrations not only in the United States but all over the world.
The Blue Angels aerobatic unit is also the second oldest formal aerobatic team in the world. They use US Navy’s fighter jet F/A-18E Super Hornets for demonstrations and for transportations of the team C-130J Super Hercules is used. All the Blue Angels are carrier-capable and these birds can fly at Mach 1.8 speed. Approximately Blue Angels team performs at least 60 shows per year.
All the talks aside, this article is about the craziest low passes performed by the Blue Angels team. Not all of us are lucky to see them live but don’t worry we gathered the top 5 mind-blowing passes by this US Navy demonstration team. Enjoy Blue Angels doing what they do best!
#1 Blue Angels 5 And 6 Doing Their Last Low Passes At NAS Pensacola Homecoming Show
#2 Three Amazing Sneak Passes Over Pensacola Beach On July 2017
Credits: Holden’s Airshow Media
#3 Super Sneaky Low Pass From July 2016
#4 Flying Very Low In San Francisco Bay During Fleet Week 2010
#5 Three Awesome Sneak Passes From Fleet Week 2007 in San Fransico