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First Blue
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First Blue

The Story of WWII Ace Butch Voris and the Creation of the Blue Angels
Wilcox. Told for the first time, this is the story of the man who formed the world-famous Blue Angels. Roy "Butch" Voris valiantly fought the Japanese in WWII and was later selected by Admiral Nimitz to lead the Blue Angels, first in prop planes and later in jets as the only man to command them twice. For an unassuming man, his story is stunning, hilarious and inspiring. 352 pages with 16 pages of B&W photographs, 6"x 9", hardcover.

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From POW to Blue Angel
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From POW to Blue Angel

Armstrong. As only the third leader of the Blue Angels, Raleigh E. "Dusty" Rhodes helped develop the world's top military demonstration team. Now, drawing on extensive interviews, Dusty's scrapbooks and flight logs, this fast-paced drama tells his story. You'll feel the degradation that Rhodes suffered for three years as a prisoner of war in World War II, and then rise with him as he ascends to lead the Blue Angels through the stress of practice and the exhilaration of air shows. It's an inspiring story of service and survival. 317 pages, 29 B&W photographs, 6"x 9", hardcover.
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Butch Voris / Blue Angels Grumman F6F Hellcat" 0087324 0087324
Butch Voris / Blue Angels Grumman F6F Hellcat.

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Blue Angel Number One
Ernie Boyette. Signed by "Blue Angel Number One," the recently deceased Roy M. "Butch" Voris, this limited edition print features a wonderful depiction of his Grumman F6F Hellcat that he flew as Officer-in-Charge of the first Navy Flight Exhibition Team - the Blue Angels. His wartime accomplishments and flight team history are all here. Print measures 24"x 18" and is also signed by the artist.

First Blue
The Story of WWII Ace Butch Voris and the Creation of the Blue Angels
Wilcox. Told for the first time, this is the story of the man who formed the world-famous Blue Angels. Roy "Butch" Voris valiantly fought the Japanese in WWII and was later selected by Admiral Nimitz to lead the Blue Angels, first in prop planes and later in jets as the only man to command them twice. For an unassuming man, his story is stunning, hilarious and inspiring. 352 pages with 16 pages of B&W photographs, 6"x 9", hardcover.
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0003956ALT="Flight Manual for Navy F-4J" HSPACE=10 VSPACE=2 BORDER=2> Ultimate Find
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Flight Manual for Navy F-4J

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Soft bound Book

NATOPS Flight Manual Navy Model F-4J Aircraft The real thing! Reprint of the actual  NATOPS flight manual for the F-4J Phantom II U.S. Navy fighter aircraft. Operational  aspects covered are: flight characteristics, emergency procedures, all-weather  operations, communications procedures, reconnaissance systems, flight crew coordination, NATOPS evaluation, and performance data. 544 pgs., diagrams, charts, illustrations., appendices, index. 8½"x 11", sfbd.  .
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F11F Tiger" 87"0020496 0020496
F11F Tiger.

Grumman F11F Tiger Pilot's Flight Operating Instructions.
Originally published by the U.S. Navy in 1957, this flight operating handbook - previously classified as "Restricted" - taught pilots everything they needed to know before entering the cockpit of the Grumman F11F-1 Tiger, which (flown by the Blue Angels from 1957 until 1969) came to symbolize the speed and might of Navy airpower in the late 1950s. 210 reformatted pages, B&W photographs, 8"x 11", softcover.

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Grumman F11F Tiger.

Naval Fighters Vol. 40

Meyer & Ginter. This book traces development from prototype F9F-9 to the small compact supersonic carrier-based day fighter that the F11F became. Includes squadron histories and markings for all squadrons utilizing the Tiger, including the Blue Angels who flew it from 1957-1969. 144 pages, 300+ photographs and 30 pages of drawings. 8"x 11", soft cover.
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F/A-18 Hornet Color in Action" 86"0030284 0030284
F/A-18 Hornet Color in Action.

Drendel.
Through more than 100 color photographs, color profiles and detailed line drawings, this photo-history examines the F/A-18 Hornet jet fighter - the most common aircraft on the decks of U.S. aircraft carriers in the history of naval aviation - in detail, from its development in the 1970s through its service in the Gulf War, in Operation Southern Watch over Bosnia and Kosovo, and in Operations Iraqi Freedom and Enduring Freedom. You'll even learn of its use by the U.S. Navy's "Blue Angels!" 52 pages, 11"x 8", softcover.

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Grumman F9F Part Two" 89"0020100 0020100
Grumman F9F Part Two.

Naval Fighters Vol. 60.

USMC Panthers, Includes Blue Angels, Reserves, and Argentina. Ginter. Examine the Marines' use of the Panther in Korea, where squadrons VMF-311 and VMF-115 used the F9F primarily in the close air support role. After the war, many of the squadrons were redesignated from VMF (fighter) to VMA (attack). Heavily illustrated, including squadron patches. 57 pgs., 160 B&W photos, 8"x 11", sfbd.
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Grumman F9F-6/7/8 Cougar" 90"0020111 0020111
Grumman F9F-6/7/8 Cougar.

Naval Fighters Vol. 66.

Part One: Design, Testing, Structures and Blue Angels. Meyer. Loaded with photographs, engineering drawings, exploded views and cutaways of the plane and its subsystems, this is the story of the F9F Cougar, a plane that was developed in the early 1950s and motivated to a great degree by that era's technological race with the Soviets. 89 pages, approximately 150 B&W photographs, 8"x 11", softcover.
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McDonnell-Douglas F/A-18 Hornet" 91"0001383 0001383
McDonnell-Douglas F/A-18 Hornet.

A Photo Chronicle
Holder & Wallace. The development, production and operation of the Navy, Marine and foreign air force mainstay. Depicts its use by the Blue Angels as well. All the latest information. 80 pages, 120 photographs, 8"x 11", softcover.

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U.S. Navy & Marine Corps" 93"0006163 0006163
U.S. Navy & Marine Corps.
Aircraft Color Guide '40-'49.

Elliott. Covers the decade of the 1940s, a decade that witnessed the abandonment of the colorful approach to aircraft recognition for the more somber color schemes necessitated by war. Chapters cover aircraft coloring, the national aircraft insignia, identification and recognition markings, maintenance and safety markings and meritorious markings. Appendices cover special research aircraft, missiles, The Blue Angels, aircraft designations, captured aircraft, overhaul activities and actual colors contained in 29 genuine paint samples. 194 pgs., 9"x 12", hard bound.
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Pensacola Bay
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Pensacola Bay

Images of America
Manuel. This photo-essay examines Florida's Pensacola Bay from Spanish times through the present day, including the construction of fortifications and naval installations, activities during the Civil War and both World Wars, the Old Navy Yard, and the present-day Naval Air Station, which is home to the Navy's Blue Angels. 128 pages; 225 B&W photographs, maps and illustrations; 6"x 9"; softcover.
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US Navy Blue Angles History Study Notes:  

Since 1946, the U.S. Navy Flight Demonstration Squadron has taken performance flying to new levels

"Blue Angel Number One," Roy M. "Butch" Voris, this limited  edition print features a wonderful depiction of his Grumman F6F Hellcat that he flew  as Officer-in-Charge of the first Navy Flight Exhibition Team - the Blue Angels. His wartime accomplishments and flight team history are all here.

The Grumman F8F Bearcat was flown by the Blue Angels from 1946-1952 and was their last propeller-driven aircraft.

In the 1960s, a C-121 provided transportation and logistical support for the Blue  Angels. While it was a wonderfully graceful airplane, the Connie was not well  suited for this support role and so was replaced in 1970 with a C-130 Hercules

F-4J Phantom II flown by  the U.S. Navy's Blue Angels demonstration team from 1969-1973

F/A-18 Hornet, which the legendary Blue Angels have flown since 1986

Captain Rob Field, Number 1 Flight Leader,

The team soon became known worldwide for its spectacular aerobatic stunts. During a trip to the "Big Apple," Lt. Wickendoll came across an advertisement in The New Yorker for the city's popular "Blue Angel" nightclub. Voris liked the name and on July 19 officially made it the team's moniker. On August 25 the squadron upgraded their aircraft to the F8F-1 Bearcat. Though Voris left the team on May 30, 1947 the "Blues" continued to perform nationwide until the start of the Korean War in 1950, when (due to a shortage of pilots) the team was disbanded and its members were ordered to combat duty. Once aboard the aircraft carrier USS Princeton the group formed the core of VF-191, Satan's Kittens.

 

This page covers  the Blue Angels US Navy flight demonstration team with books, Blue Angels models and Blue Angels videos and DVD movies.  These jet blue airplanes are a symbol of our countries great technology all the way from the Grumman F6F Hellcat to the Jet Blue F-18 Hornet jet fighter used today.  When the Blue Angels fly these jet blue aircraft they make it seem like an easy jet to fly.   Building these models from the Blue Angels, US Navy Flight Demonstration Team will increase your knowledge about aviation, technology and American History.
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