It was recorded from Blue Angel 4, piloted by a Marine Corps officer

A 360º Video that Will Take Your Breath Away: This Is What a Blue Angels F/A-18 Aviator Sees

The Blue Angels are the acrobatic patrol of the United States Navy. It is one of the best teams of its kind in the world, and they are known for how close they fly to each other.

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Last week, the official channel of the Blue Angels on YouTube published an impressive video with 360º vision and with a 4K quality, which allows you to feel like never before what it is to fly in the cockpit of one of your F/A-18 fighter-bombers, specifically in the Blue Angel 4, a number that this patrol always reserves for a Marine Corps officer. The video was recorded at the Myrtle Beach Air Show in South Carolina at the end of April.

Remember that you can watch the video correctly in the Google Chrome browser or in the latest versions of the Apple Safari and Opera browsers. If you do not have them on your computer, you can download Chrome for free here and the Opera here. If you have an Android phone you can also see it correctly. To see it on an iPhone you must download the in360Tube app. Otherwise, you will see the video with a strange appearance and you will not be able to use the function to rotate the view.

A few days ago the Blue Angels also published another interesting video in which you can see their acrobatics from the ventral area of the nose of the Blue Angel 1, that is, the lower part of the front section of the fighter, just in front of the gates of the front landing gear. It is a video recorded on May 4 at the Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Cherry Point Air Show 2018:

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