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The Blue Angels Diecast Models, Plastic Model Airplane kits, of the most famous airplanes of all time.  These pre built Diecast model kits and plastic model jet airplanes show the US Navy Blue Angels all the way from propeller planes to the Blue Angels jets.  Airplane Models of the Blue Angels and the History of the Blue Angels answer the question, when did the blue angels begin.  This page is filled with the history of the famous Blue Angles.  The Blue Angels flew the following airplanes listed on this page. 

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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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Blue Angels Grumman F8F Bearcat
On August 25, 1946, the Blue Angels transitioned to the F8F Bearcat

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F8F-1 Bearcat 1/72 Die Cast Model.

Beetle Bomb, U.S. Navy Blue Angels, 1949.

In January, 1949, an F8F-1 Bearcat - painted orange-yellow and given the name "Beetle Bomb" - was used to represent an enemy aircraft under attack by the Blue Angels. In mid-1949, when the Blue Angels transitioned to F9F Panthers, Beetle Bomb performed advanced aerobatics before the main show.
that famous F8F-1B, this 1/72 scale, die cast SkyMax model features engraved panel lines; a detailed cockpit with a glazed canopy; a rotating propeller; optional position landing gear; authentic markings, including "Beetle Bomb" on the nose; and more. 6" wingspan; includes a display stand.

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F8F-1B Bearcat 1/72 Die Cast Model.

Blue Angels, 1946.

The last of Grumman's great single-seat, piston-engine naval fighters, the F8F Bearcat was the best of its breed but arrived too late for action in World War II.
an F8F-1B flown by "Blue Angels" Flight Leader Butch Voris - an 8-victory World War II ace who founded the U.S. Navy Flight Exhibition Team in 1946 - this 1/72 scale die cast SkyMax model features engraved panel lines; a detailed cockpit with a glazed canopy; a rotating propeller; optional position landing gear; authentic 1946 markings, including "Blue Angels" on the nose; and more. 6" wingspan; includes a display stand.

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Blue Angels F9F-2 Panther
By the end of the 1940's the Blue Angels were flying the F9F-2, then in 1951 the moved to the F9F-5.  In 1954 they relocated to Pensacola, Florida and flew the swept wing F9F-8 Cougar.
Grumman F9F-2 Panther 1/48 Die Cast Model
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Grumman F9F-2 Panther 1/48 Die Cast Model

LCDR R.E. "Dusty" Rhodes, Team Leader, Blue Angels, 1949.  
the F9F-2 Panther - the first jet aircraft employed by the U.S. Navy Blue Angels - flown by team leader Lt. Commander Raleigh "Dusty" Rhodes in 1949, this amazingly detailed, limited edition, 1/48 scale die cast Hobby Master model features a fully outfitted cockpit with a sliding canopy and a removable pilot figure, movable flight control surfaces, folding wings and retractable landing gear, authentic Blue Angels markings, and more. 9" wingspan; includes a display stand.
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F9F-2 Panther 1/72 Die Cast Model.

R.E. "Dusty" Rhodes, U.S. Navy "Blue Angels," 1949.

the F9F-2 Panther - the first jet aircraft employed by the U.S. Navy Blue Angels - flown by team leader Lt. Commander Raleigh "Dusty" Rhodes in 1949, this 1/72 scale, die cast Falcon Models airplane features engraved panel and hatch lines, a detailed cockpit with an opening canopy, prototypical wing roots with realistic engine air intakes, optional-position landing gear, authentic Blue Angels markings, and more. 6" wingspan; includes a display stand.
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Blue Angels R5D Skymaster
The R5D was the Support Aircraft for the Blue Angels from 1956 to 1968
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Douglas R5D Skymaster 1/144 Kit.

U.S. Navy "Blue Angels"

"Navy 8," the support aircraft flown by the U.S. Navy "Blue Angels" from 1959 to 1968, this 1/144 scale, plastic kit of the four-engine, propeller-driven Douglas R5D (the U.S. Navy's version of the DC-4 airliner) features textured surfaces, a clear windscreen, realistic engines with rotating propellers, detailed landing gear struts, authentic "Blue Angels" markings, a set of wheel chocks, and more. 9" wingspan; 50+ parts, assembly required.
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Douglas R5D Skymaster 1/200 Die Cast Model.

U.S. Navy "Blue Angels" Support.

"Navy 8," the support aircraft flown by the U.S. Navy "Blue Angels" from 1959 to 1968, this 1/200 scale, die cast Hobby Master model of the four-engine, propeller-driven Douglas R5D (the U.S. Navy's version of the DC-4 airliner) features realistic engine fronts and rotating propellers, separately applied plastic detail parts, optional position landing gear, a razor-sharp "Blue Angels" paint scheme, and more. Measures 5" long with a 7" wingspan and includes a display stand.
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Douglas R5D Display Model

Blue Angels

Made of Philippine mahogany, this model of an R5D - the U.S. Navy variant of the C-54 Skymaster four-engine transport - features authentic Blue Angels markings (the R5D flew as a support aircraft with the Navy Flight Demonstration Squadron from 1956-68), measures 15" long with a 19" wingspan, and includes a display stand.
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Blue Angels C-121 Constellation

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C-121 Blue Angels 1/144 Kit
Plastic Model Kit
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 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.   Plastic kit of this historical aircraft is fully detailed, and includes accurate Blue Angels markings. Assembly required, 9?" wingspan when complete.  .....#0009048 2

 

Blue Angels F11F-1 Tiger
The Blue Angels flew the F11 Tiger from 1957 to 1969
F11F-1 Tiger 1/48 Kit
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F11F-1 Tiger 1/48 Kit

an F11F-1 Tiger, which was flown by the Blue Angels from 1957 to 1969, this 1/48 scale plastic kit features textured surfaces, a fully outfitted cockpit with a glazed canopy and a pilot figure, prototypical wing spoilers, a tail-mounted pitot tube, intricate landing gear, authentic Blue Angels markings, and more. Measures 11" long with a 7" wingspan; skill level 2.
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TV-2 Shooting Star.
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TV-2 Shooting Star 1/72 Die Cast Model.
U.S. Navy "Blue Angels," 1955.
a TV-2 Shooting Star - the U.S. Navy's version of the U.S. Air Force's T-33A two-seat trainer - flown as a liaison aircraft by Lt. Bruce Bagwell of the U.S. Navy Blue Angels in 1955, this 1/72 scale, die cast Falcon Models airplane features engraved panel lines and simulated rivets, a detailed cockpit with an opening canopy, prototypical wingtip fuel tanks, optional-position landing gear, and authentic Blue Angels markings, including "Naval Air Command Training" written on the fuel tanks. 6" wingspan; includes a display stand.
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Blue Angels A-4 Skyhawk
The Blue Angels flew the A-4 Skyhawk from 1974 to 1986

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A-4 Skyhawk "Blue Angels" 1/48 Kit.

a Douglas A-4 Skyhawk flown by the U.S. Navy "Blue Angels" Flight Demonstration Squadron, this 1/48 scale, plastic kit features a well-equipped cockpit with an optional-position canopy and a pilot figure, two wing-mounted missiles and a centerline bomb pylon with six bombs, two external fuel tanks, realistic landing gear, a choice of markings for four different Blue Angels aircraft, and more. 10" long with a 6" wingspan; 83 parts, skill level 2.
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A-4 Skyhawk Handheld Model
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A-4 Skyhawk Handheld Model
Blue Angels
Made of Philippine mahogany, this handheld model of an A-4 Skyhawk - flown by the U.S. Navy Flight Demonstration Squadron from 1974-86 - features authentic Blue Angels markings, measures 13" long with a 4" wingspan, and arrives ready to display.
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A-4F Skyhawk 1/72 Die Cast Model.

U.S. Navy "Blue Angels," Pensacola NAS, Florida.

The U.S. Navy Flight Demonstration Squadron "Blue Angels" replaced the powerful F-4J Phantom II in 1974 with the nimble McDonnell Douglas A-4F Skyhawk II, which was more aerobatic and allowed tighter display in front of an audience.
the #3 A-4F Skyhawk II flown by the "Blue Angels" from 1974-86, this limited edition, 1/72 scale, die cast Corgi model features textured surfaces, a glazed canopy and a pilot figure in the cockpit, a refueling probe, optional position landing gear, authentic markings, and more. Measures 6" long with a 4" wingspan and includes a display stand.
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Blue Angels C-130 Hercules

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Lockheed C-130 "Fat Albert" Display Model

Affectionately known as "Fat Albert," this is the Blue Angels' transport that even has a role in their shows. Model is made of Philippine mahogany, is hand painted and detailed, and measures 14" in length and 19" in wingspan. Arrives ready to display on the included Blue Angels base.
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C-130 1/144 Kit

"Fat Albert," U.S. Navy Blue Angels
"Fat Albert," the C-130 Hercules support aircraft of the U.S. Navy's "Blue Angels" Flight Demonstration Squadron, this 1/144 scale plastic kit features recessed panel lines, a detailed cargo bay with an opening rear door, a clear plastic windshield and navigation lights, realistic landing gear, authentic markings, and more. 10" wingspan; skill level 2.
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C-130 Hercules 1/200 Die Cast Model

Fat Albert"
"Fat Albert," the Blue Angels' C-130 transport that even participates in their shows, this 1/200 scale die cast model features textured surfaces, rotating propellers, JATO rocket boosters, authentic "Fat Albert" markings, and more. 8" wingspan; includes a display stand.
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Blue Angels F/A-18 Hornet
The Blue Angels flew the F-18 Hornet from November 8, 1986 until Present.

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F/A-18 Blue Angels in Flying Formation
Pre Built Mahogany Display Model Set
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Made of Philippine mahogany, this hand painted and detailed model of the world famous Blue Angels - the U.S. Navy Flight Demonstration Squadron - features all six of the F/A-18 Hornets that fly in their signature delta formation. Each plane measures 8"x 5" and arrives ready to display on the mahogany base that even includes their Blue Angels crest.
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Pre Built Die Cast Airplane Model
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Depicting an F/A-18 Hornet, which the legendary Blue Angels have flown since 1986, this 1/150 scale die cast model features textured surfaces, a glazed canopy, an authentic Blue Angels paint scheme, and more. Measures 4" long and includes a display stand.
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Pre Built Molded Plastic Model
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Made of precision molded plastic, this 1/48 scale model measures 14" in length and has a wingspan of 10 ¼". Hand painted and detailed, model comes ready to display on the included mahogany base.  
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Plastic Model Kit.
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Introduce a child to the joys of modeling with this skill level 1, easy-to-build, snap-together kit. Kit is full-color, molded plastic so no need to paint, and requires no gluing. Also includes easy "peel 'n' stick" decals and display stand. Assembly required.
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Blue Angels
Made of Philippine mahogany, this handheld model of an F/A-18 Hornet - flown by the U.S. Navy Flight Demonstration Squadron since 1986 - features authentic Blue Angels markings, measures 12" long with a 6" wingspan, and arrives ready to display.
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F/A-18 Hornet 1/72 Die Cast Model.

Part of the Smithsonian Museum Replica Series, this value d, 1/72 scale, die cast model of an F/A-18 Hornet flown by the U.S. Navy Flight Demonstration Squadron "Blue Angels" features textured surfaces, a glazed canopy, authentic markings, an F/A-18 collector's card, and more. 9" long; includes a display stand.

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Blue Angels Model Collection

Spanning the history of the U.S. Navy Blue Angels, this ultimate collection of eight hand-painted and detailed mahogany aircraft includes every type the team has flown in their show, from the original F6F Hellcat to today's F/A-18 Hornet. Includes a 36" mahogany base with the Blue Angels logo and a brass plaque for each aircraft.
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Click Here's something to get eggcited about! This delightful, "Grade A Jumbo" scale, plastic set includes three famous air show aircraft shaped like eggs. You get a Thunderbirds F-16 Fighting Falcon, a Blue Angels F/A-18 Hornet, and a Blue Impulse F-86 Sabre, each with a glazed canopy and decals based on the actual aircraft. 3" long; 20-25 parts each, assembly required.
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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.

 

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