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aerobatics

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The art or action of performing aerial feats with an airplane or glider. The basic aerobatics are loops, wingovers, barrel rolls, and rolls.
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Squadron Leader Jim Turner, Team Leader of the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team and Red 1, said:"The Red Arrows are proud to have flown in the UAE and have thoroughly enjoyed their time here.
Dubai: Pupils in Dubai got the opportunity to talk about rainbow-coloured smoke and death-defying air stunts with one of the world's most renowned air force aerobatic teams, The Red Arrows, during a visit the pilots made to the school on Wednesday.
The Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team, which was formed in 1965, will celebrate its golden jubilee.
The Hawks, which would be constructed by HAL in Bangalore, would form part of the Indian Air Force s aerobatic team.
This is forth first time that nine ship PAF Sherdil formation aerobatic team would perform in any international event of this stature.
However, the beating the retreat ceremony and the aerobatic display by the Naval Aerobatic team Sagar Pawan would be held on December 04.
PRIME Minister Tony Blair has repeated a Government pledge not to cut funding for the RAF Red Arrows aerobatic team.
And she follows the selection process to recruit two new members to the finest aerobatic team in the world.
The city will see a blur of red from November 30 to December 2 as the UK's famous Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team provides a final push to its 49th display season before stepping into a historic golden jubilee year in 2014, said Sultan Al Muhairi, general co-ordinator for the Al Ain Aerobatic Show 2013.
Flight Lieutenant Kirsty Moore, 32, joined the elite aerobatic team in 2010.
The expo will be featuring performances by the UAE Air Force's Al Fursan aerobatic team, the Emirates skydiving team, and a display area with more than 70 aircraft and nearly 100 exhibitors, including Etihad Airways, Royal Jet, Mubadala Aerospace, the UAE Armed Forces and Rotana Jet, for the public.
The Red Arrows RAF Aerobatic Team was so impressed with hearing former Spitfire pilot Tom O'Reilly talk about his experiences in Siege of Malta, at the island's 60th anniversary commemoration in September, 2005, that the team invited him to visit its base at RAF Scampton, near Lincoln.