- Tail to tail 1 - two Thunderbirds F-16s in a precise tail to tail inverted Calypso Pass formation under sunlit clear blue sky. Picture by Robert M. Trujillo, USAF.
- Mirror Formation - two Thunderbirds F-16s fly a precise belly to belly mirror image formation, seen from left. Picture by Chris Willis, USAF.
- Overhead Solo Pass - a Thunderbirds F-16 makes a very low overhead pass, rolled left, and the pilot is looking down at the photographer. Picture by Robbin Cresswell, USAF.
- Head-on Pass - two Thunderbirds F-16s in a close head-on pass, looking as if they will collide. Picture by Ian Hoachlander, USAF.
- Loop Bottom - six Thunderbirds F-16s in a tight formation with white smoke trails under clear blue sky, seen from below left near the bottom of their loop maneuver. Picture by Claude Lazzara, USAF.
- Inverted overhead - six USAF Thunderbirds F-16s in arrowhead formation, with contrails, inverted overhead at the top of a loop under deep blue sky, heading diagonally to the top left of the picture. Picture by Jerilyn Quintanilla, USAF.
- Arrowhead loop - four F-16s of the USAF Thunderbirds aerobatics team dive down in arrowhead formation after making a loop. Picture by Michael R. Holzworth, USAF.
- Tail to tail 2 - close up of two Thunderbirds F-16s in a precise tail-to-tail formation, looking as if their tails touch, seen from left. Picture by David Armer, USAF.
- Thunderbirds Solo - close up of a single Thunderbirds F-16 Falcon, seen from below with afterburner under clear blue sky. Picture by Justin D. Pyle, USAF.
- Echelon Pass - four Thunderbirds F-16s perform a low altitude echelon pass in a very tight formation under clear blue sky. Picture by Sean White, USAF.
- Tail to tail 3 - two Thunderbirds F-16 jets in inverted Calypso formation, one inverted over the other, their tails almost touching each other. Picture by Bennie J. Davis III, USAF.
- Thunderbirds overhead - four F-16 Fighting Falcons from the Thunderbirds aerobatics team fly diagonally overhead in diamond formation with smoke trails. Picture by Joe Zuccaro, USAF.
- Arrowhead fly over - six Thunderbirds F-16 fighters in an arrowhead formation making a low fly over with white smoke trails. Picture by Michael Frye, USAF.
- Arrowhead - four Thunderbirds F-16s in an Arrowhead formation, with white wingtip contrails overwing turbulence and smoke release, over deep blue purple sky background. Picture by Sean White, USAF.
- 800 mph head-on - two Thunderbirds F-16s closely passing each other head-on at a closing speed of 800 mph. Picture by Sean White, USAF.
- Mirror Reflection - two Thunderbirds F-16s in a close formation, looking as if they are connected belly to belly, or as if one is the mirror reflection of the other. Picture by Sean White, USAF.
- Delta formation - six Thunderbirds F-16s about to pass overhead in a triangular Delta formation, with white smoke trails. Picture by Sean White, USAF.
- Takeoff - close-up of Thunderbirds F-16s taking off in formation, with their jet wash blurring the tree line in the background. Picture by Sean White, USAF.
- High Altitude - the six Thunderbirds F-16s in a tight formation high above the white clouds, over a deep blue sky background. Picture by Sean White, USAF.
- Grand Teton - the six Thunderbirds in a delta formation over the rugged brown snow patched summits of the Grand Teton Mountains. Picture by Justin Pyle, USAF.
- Lake Powell - the six Thunderbirds in a delta formation over Lake Powell, seen from above. Picture by Kevin Gruenwald, USAF.
- Death Valley - four Thunderbirds with thick white smoke contrails in a tight formation over Death Valley, seen from front. Picture by Sean White, USAF.
- Monument Valley - the six Thunderbirds banking left in a tight delta formation with smoke trails over Monument Valley. Picture by Kevin Gruenwald, USAF.
- 1950's Thunderbirds - a 1950's picture of four Thunderbirds F-84F Thunderstreak jets in a tight diamond formation releasing smoke at high altitude, seen from below and right from an escorting aircraft under clear deep blue sky. Picture by USAF.
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