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The Red Arrows

Airplane Photo

  • Type:   BEA Hawk Mark 1
  • Venue:   Denver International Airport
  • Location:   Denver, Colorado
  • Date:   September 25, 1993
  • Camera:   Minolta 7000i w/150-300mm Zoom
  • Film:   Fuji ASA 100 Color Print Film
  • Full Size Photo (~250kb)

This is the ‘Red Arrows’, the Royal Air Force Flight Demonstration Team. This formation is called the “Salute To Freedom”, where the Red Arrows line up in their signature arrow formation, and blow red, white, and blue smoke. The event was the grand opening celebration and airshow at the new Denver International Airport. Three jet teams performed that day, the USAF ‘Thunderbirds’ and Canadian Forces ‘Snowbirds’ in addition to the Red Arrows.

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