F/A-18-Hornet Blue Angels Nose Art
Dimensions: 36" x 12"
The Blue Angels have 34 total commanders and 242 demonstration pilots as of the date of this article. The Blue Angels home base is Naval Air Facility El Centro, California.
Carrying on a rich tradition of thrilling their air show crowds. The demonstration team performs their amazing formation and precision flying.
The Blue Angels show many of the same practices and techniques used in their aerial displays in 1946. The squadron’s six demonstration pilots are still flying the F/A-18 Hornet. Thrilling fans of all ages with their amazing precision flying.
They have performed for over four hundred thousand aviation fans worldwide.
The Blue Angel pilots have performed for 96 years. They still defend their safety record, even though 20 pilots have lost their lives.
What they do is not a stunt and they are not daredevils by any means. The Blue Angel's main goal in life is to promote the United States Navy's recruitment numbers. Displaying precision flying skills and abilities in air shows demonstrations throughout the United States.
INFORMATION FOR SHOW'S AND SCHEDULES CAN BE FOUND HERE https://www.blueangels.navy.mil/show/
Practice Schedules For The Blue Angels Show's are subject to change without notice. The National Naval Aviation Museum at Naval Air Station Pensacola has a large viewing area for visitors who want to watch the Blue Angels team practice. The team after most shows visits the museum to answer visitor questions and sign autographs after most Wednesday practices.
During the demonstration season, the Blue Angels team like to answer questions from the large enthusiastic crowds about their F/A-18 Hornet aircraft.