If you are passionate about low level passes here is a compilation of some low level action in various aircraft ranging from high speed military jets to big airliners to small piston aircraft. Enjoy the last part of the low pass compilation series!

Low pass compilation no.3

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If you are passionate about low level passes here is a compilation of some low level action in various aircraft ranging from high speed military jets to big airliners to small piston aircraft. Enjoy the second part of the low pass compilation series!

Low pass compilation no.2

Low pass compilation no.1

If you are passionate about low level passes here is a compilation of some low level action in various aircraft ranging from high speed military jets to big airliners to small piston aircraft. Enjoy this compilation series!

Low pass compilation no.1

Japan Air Self Defense Force

Video of the Japan Air Self Defense Force ( JASDF ). The JASDF is the aviation branch of the Japan Self Defense Force and is responsible for the defense of Japanese airspace and other aerospace operations. The majority of military aviation videos that leak on the web feature the United States, Russian or French Air Force so it’s quite a rarity to see a video of the Japanese Air Force. This video features both the combat units of the JASDF as well as the aerobatic demonstration team of the Japan Air Self Defense Force, known as Blue Impulse. Great in cockpit footage taken from these aircraft.

Japan Air Self Defense Force

Blue Eagles

The Blue Eagles is a British professional helicopter aerobatic team. Formed nearly 40 years ago, the Blue Eagles team is also famous for including the first British female military air display pilot: Sgt Julie Wiles. They fly four Gazelle light helicopters and one Westland Lynx. The Blue Eagles team is composed entirely of volunteers. The team continues to fly out of Middle Wallop and its repertoire includes formation flying, loops, rolls, breaks, and many other standard aerobatic maneuvers. Watch them “work their magic” in this amazing video, soundtrack is Queen – A kind of magic…

Blue Eagles

Blue Angels

The United States Navy’s Navy Flight Demonstration Squadron, popularly known as the Blue Angels, was formed in 1946 and is the world’s first officially sanctioned military aerial demonstration team, as well as the oldest currently flying aerobatics team. Check out this great Blue Angles video….

Blue Angels

These pilots probably have the time of their lives in Chad. No restrictions, no nothing… just man and machine in a great playground. The Mirage F1 is a very rugged airplane suited to the conditions in Chad where it performs aerial reconnaissance missions. These missions are known as “leisure missions” since pilots have quite a lot of fun doing stuff normally forbidden. Check out some amazing low-level action over the desert of Chad.

Mirage F1 low level action in Chad

2005 Moscow Military Parade

This is some great footage from the 2005 Moscow Military Parade. Must have been quite a sight. Stars of the event were the Sukhoi Su-27s and the MiG-29s belonging to the Russian Knights air display team and the Strizhi ( Swifts ). Great in cockpit footage showing formation flying and approach to the parade. Best of all is the Big Diamond formation consisting of five Russian Knights Su-27s and four Strizhi MiG-29s.

2005 Moscow Military Parade

Thunderbirds

The Thunderbirds are the Air Demonstration Squadron of the United States Air Force. They travel the world and perform no less than 88 air demonstrations each year. The Thunderbirds perform breathtaking aerobatics with their F-16 Fighting Falcons and they make this look easy. “Thunderbirds run em up!”

Thunderbirds

Tomcat & Hornet do a great flyby

It is well known that the F-18 Hornet replaced the veteran F-14 Tomcat on the aircraft carriers of the US Navy. So Tomcat pilots didn’t really like Hornet pilots. Regardless, this has to be one of the coolest flybys in the history of flybys, and one of those old meets new formation flying.

Tomcat & Hornet do a great flyby