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Uploaded on Jan 29, 2009

Red Arrows at Eastbourne 2007.

For the people that are a bit confused by this video, I thought I would say this and hopefully it should clear up your concerns.
I didn't actually think they were going to crash, its just a catchy title for the video other than just saying "red arrows". I know these are some of the best pilots in the world, thats why they are in the red arrows!
They are not amateur pilots,I was being sarcastic to someones strange comment.
And also, I really like watching the red arrows, they always give the best air display I have ever seen.

Thats why I put this video on youtube, so other people can also watch and enjoy the pilots skill, if you were not there on the day.

The " flat split " (Gypo break) manoeuvre that you see in this video is executed to perfection and is supposed to look like they may crash into each other so it makes it exciting for the spectators

Hope this clears things up if you want to comment!

Thanks! :-)

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