- Turbulence - a shiny blue F-18 of the Blue Angels with large white air turbulence over its wings, seen from behind right under clear blue sky. Picture by Andrea Perez, USN.
- Loop Break - six Blue Angels F-18s with white smoke trails break their delta formation loop and split out to dive down in six different directions, a Loop Break Cross maneuver, seen from below right at the moment of the break, under sunny clear blue sky. Picture by Andrea Perez, USN.
- Split Out - six Blue Angels F-18s with white smoke trails split out to multiple directions in the flower maneuver right in front of the camera. Picture by USAF.
- Diamond Formation 1 - four F-18 Hornets of the Blue Angels aerobatic team, rolled left, in a tight and low diamond formation fly-by, seen from left. Picture by Joshua Treadwell, USN.
- Line Abreast Loop - five F-18 Hornets of the Blue Angels aerobatic team dive side by side leaving white smoke trails while preforming the Line Abreast Loop maneuver in clear blue sky. Picture by Rachel McMarr, USN.
- Cockpit View - a F-18 of the Blue Angels aerobatic team flying low over the sea near Key West, seen from a formation member at its right. Picture by Rachel McMarr, USN.
- Diamond Formation 2 - four F-18s of the Blue Angels aerobatic team make a low pass in a diamond formation, rolled left, seen from left in clear blue sky. Picture by Brandon Norman, USN.
- Diamond Formation 3 - four F-18 Hornets of the U.S. Navy's Blue Angels team in a tight diamond formation, seen from below. Picture by Leah Stiles, USN.
- Echelon formation - four Blue Angels F-18s in a tight echelon formation, looking as if they were one aircraft with eight wings, seen from left. Picture by Gin Kai, USN.
- Blue Angel solo pass - a close-up of a single Blue Angels F-18 aircraft making a low flyby pass, seen from right. Picture by Saul McSween, USN.
- Diamond Formation 4 - four Blue Angels F-18 fighters turning in a tight diamond formation with smoke trails. Picture by Ryan J. Courtade, USN.
- Formation dive - six Blue Angels F-18 Hornets diving down in formation from the clear blue sky from left to right with white smoke trails, passing overhead. Picture by Julian T. Olivari, USN.
- Blue Angel - a close-up picture of a single Blue Angels F-18 making a very low fast flyby, seen from front and right. Picture by Mark Rebilas, USN.
- Tower Flyby - four Blue Angels F-18 Hornets turning left in a very tight diamond formation at low altitude just above the control tower. Picture by Darryl Herring, USN.
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