Friday, December 6, 2019

Iconic Blue Angels show off new red paint jobs for 2021.






Every year Pensacola brings in thousands of tourists coming to witness the amazing flying acrobatic skills of the famous Blue Angels. The Angels began nearly a half century ago taking to the skies to help boost Naval morale. Since then, the team has put on stunning shows over the Gulf Coast every year drawing tourist from all over the world and one or two Martians as well.

To celebrate the new year the Naval Blue Angels will make history as they adorn their fleet of planes with a Cherry Red paint job. Many of the pilots had complained over the years about the blue colors getting old and sometimes you need to change things up a bit to keep things fresh. They will showcase the new paint in their next show in January.

12 comments:

  1. I guess they're changing Jets as well,,, did they give up the F-18 Hornet????

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    1. They did change to the F-18 Super Hornet, but has same paint scheme. This story is 🐂💩!

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  2. So, they're now the Red Angels?? Nope, nope, and nope.

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  3. FALSE news alert! The picture shows the British Royal Air Force Aerobatic team known as the Red Arrows. They fly the British made Hawker BAE Hawk T1 trainer jets painted red. The U.S. Navy Blue Angels fly the American made MD F/A-18 Hornet. In 2021, the Blue Angel jets will be upgraded to the F/A-18 Super Hornet.

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    1. You are Right, I saw the Red Arrows at an Airshow at Atlantic City, NJ.

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  4. https://www.raf.mod.uk/display-teams/red-arrows/

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  5. They gonna call themselves the "Red Angels" now?

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  6. Some aren't happy unless spreading B/S!

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  7. 1) Did anyone read the publish date? 2) Did anyone go to the home page and read some of the other articles or at least the titles?

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