Blue Angels

Blue Angels over the Niagara Falls.( U.S. Navy Photo)

Blue Angels is name of  the U.S. Navy Flight Demonstration Squadron stationed at Sherman Field, NAS Pensacola, Florida. The squadron is scheduled to fly 70 air shows at 35 locations in the United States during the 2000 season.
The mission of the Blue Angels is to enhance Navy and Marine Corps recruiting, and  to represent the naval service to the civilian community, its elected leadership and foreign nations. The Blue Angels serve as positive role models and goodwill ambassadors for the  U.S. Navy and Marine Corps.
A Blue Angel flight demonstration exhibits the choreographed refinements of Navy-trained flying skills. It presents the graceful, aerobatic maneuvers of the four-plane diamond, as well as the fast-paced high performance maneuvers of the two solo pilots. The renowned delta formation is complete with six jets performing maneuvers, as a whole, in
formation.  The 1999-show season brought out more than 15 million spectators. (Source: www.blueangels.navy.mil)

YouTube Video Clip

The US Navy "Blue Angels" flight demonstration team's performance from
 their 60th anniversary show at NAS, Pensacola Fl. (9:38)
From Wildstar1(US)