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Alan Hume
The Blue Angels always look magnificent no matter what aircraft type they use. Interesting to see #4 is a twin-seater. Is that to enable formation photography perhaps?
bombardier keep
i love the blue angles
Jim Turnbull
Blue Angel jet #4 is an F/A-18B, while the others are F/A-18Cs.

This is unusual because normally all 6 of the Blue Angel jets(#s 1 through 6) are all single seat F/A-18Cs.
Jet #7 is reserved for the team's Event Co-ordinator and is a 2 seat F/A-18'B'.
This jet is used for team photography,media flights, and is also available to fill in for any of the regular jets should there be a maintenance issue at the show site.

VERY unusual to have one of the team's 1-6 jets a 2 seater.

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