1. Red Arrows displaying at Goodwood 2015. This video shows the opposite display view of the superb Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team (RAFAT), the Red Arrows. From this alternative view, you can see the top of the Hawk fast jet aircraft as they fly past in formation. Also the stunning breaks and loops are seen overhead from a dramatically different perspective. No crowd noise or commentary. Just the pure sound of nine Rolls-Royce Turbomeca Adour jet engines.
    The 2015 Red Arrows display team are as follows:
    Red 1 Squadron Leader David Montenegro
    Red 2 Flight Lieutenant Mike Bowden
    Red 3 Flight Lieutenant Emmet Cox
    Red 4 Flight Lieutenant Stew Campbell
    Red 5 Flight Lieutenant Tom Bould
    Red 6 Flight Lieutenant Mark Lawson
    Red 7 Flight Lieutenant Steve Morris
    Red 8 Flight Lieutenant Olly Parr
    Red 9 Flight Lieutenant Joe Hourston

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  2. Red Arrows aerobatic display at Biggin Hill 2015. The Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team (RAFAT), the Red Arrows, display at Biggin Hill 2015 with a special Battle of Britain commemoration flypast with three Supermarine Spitfires and two Hawker Hurricanes of the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight (BBMF).

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  3. Red Arrows – “Outside the Bubble”. The Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team (RAFAT), the Red Arrow, celebrated their 50th display season in 2014 flying the BAe Systems Hawk fast jet. This video “Red Arrows – Outside the Bubble” is my personal record of the 50th Display Season with images from several Red Arrows displays. For a close up view of the Reds, take a look at the excellent BBC documentary “The Red Arrows – Inside the Bubble” which was broadcast in 2014.
    Red Arrows display pilots for their 50th display season were:
    Red 1 - Sqn Ldr Jim Turner
    Red 2 - Flt Lt Stewart Campbell
    Red 3 - Flt Lt Joe Hourston
    Red 4 - Flt Lt Oliver Parr
    Red 5 - Flt Lt Steve Morris
    Red 6 - Flt Lt James McMillan
    Red 7 - Flt Lt Mark Lawson
    Red 8 - Flt Lt Martin Pert
    Red 9 - Flt Lt Mike Child
    The Red Arrows supervisor, co-ordinator and commentator, Red 10, is Squadron Leader Mike Ling, a former Red Arrows display pilot.

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  4. Red Arrows. Some wonderful overhead flying sequences of the Royal Air force Aerobatic Team, the Red Arrows displaying at the Goodwood Festival of Speed 2014. Filmed from the opposite side of the display line from normal crowd line gave a stunning alternative view of their spectacular 50th Display Season aerobatic display.

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  5. The Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team, the Red Arrows, celebrated their 50th display season at the Biggin Hill Festival of Flight on 14th June 2014.
    The first ever Red Arrows public display in the UK was at Biggin Hill on 15 May 1965.
    This video gives a good close up view of the Red Arrows (RAFAT) "50 Display Seasons" tail fin design and their BAe Hawk jets as they taxi out; take off; display; land and taxi in to park at the excellent Biggin Hill air display.

    As well as the Red Arrows pilots, there are views of their support team "the Blues" preparing and receiving the Red Arrows Hawk fast jets and their pilots.
    They look like a very tight unit.

    The 2014 Red Arrows display pilots are :
    Red 1 - Sqn Ldr Jim Turner
    Red 2 - Flt Lt Stewart Campbell
    Red 3 - Flt Lt Joe Hourston
    Red 4 - Flt Lt Oliver Parr
    Red 5 - Flt Lt Steve Morris
    Red 6 - Flt Lt James McMillan
    Red 7 - Flt Lt Mark Lawson
    Red 8 - Flt Lt Martin Pert
    Red 9 - Flt Lt Mike Child

    The Red Arrows supervisor, co-ordinator and commentator, Red 10, is Squadron Leader Mike Ling, a former Red Arrows display pilot.

    I hope you enjoy this video.

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