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The Blue Angels dazzle crowds with their impressive maneuvers and unbelievable speeds.

Take a moment to learn more about the Blue Angels, the origin of their name and see how close the planes flawlessly fly together.

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Sadly, 27 Blue Angels pilots have been killed in air shows or training accidents.

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The Blue Angels team was formed on April 24, 1946 as a recruiting tool for the Navy.


Keep showing off your moves, Blues!

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