The six blue and yellow F/A-18 Hornet jets of the Navy flight
demonstration squadron soared in Delta formation over Boston Harbor and
twice over Fenway Park, with a seventh jet alongside to photograph the
On Tuesday afternoon the Blue Angels flight demonstration squadron will conduct a fly over above Boston.
“Being a military guy in my past, I enjoy all that power with the jets going by”, Stefan Romaniuk added
CBS Boston reports, the Blue Angels will perform at the Rhode Island
Air Show this weekend. Six U.S. Navy pilots will take to sky as part of a
photo shoot, according to officials.
The squadron, which is based in Pensacola, Fla., flew its first air
show in Jacksonville, Fla., in 1946. The Commanding Officer flies the
Number 1 jet. They can climb 30,000 feet per minute, according to the
Blue Angels’ website.
The Blue Angels are scheduled to fly in 68 performances at 35 locations throughout North America in 2015.