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List of aerobatic teams

Current

The Australian Roulettes
A head-on pass performed by the Frecce Tricolori
The Red Arrows in Apollo formation (2010)
Strizhi and Russian Knights group flight on Maks (2007)
Patrouille de France producing colored smoke during an air show
"Thunder Tiger" of Republic of China Air Force
"Blue Impulse" (JASDF)

Former teams

Stunt flyer flying low in a Curtiss Pusher plane, California, circa 1927
Martin B-57B-MA Serial 52-1560 of the 71st Light Bomber Squadron - 1957. This aircraft was also one of the "Black Knights" aerial acrobatic team. After its withdrawal from France in 1958, this aircraft was eventually assigned to the 8th Tactical Bomb Squadron at Phan Rang Air Base South Vietnam and flew combat bombing missions into the late 1960s.
Australia
Austria
Brazil
Colombia
Canada
Indonesia
Iran
Italy
Malaysia
Norway
Philippines
Portugal
Thailand


United Kingdom
United States
Yugoslavia
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