U.S. Air Force. Performing over 73 shows per year, the Thunderbirds show the crowd of
thousands of people what Aerobatic Maneuvers are like in real air combat. Usually the
Thunderbirds are the finale of an airshow, being the last aerial formation of an airshow.
The Thunderbirds perform radical stunts that modern day pilots use in real life combat.
The Thunderbirds were started in the 1950's were they first used the F-86 Sabre as their
Demonstration Aircraft. Since then their aerobatic maneuvers have changed so have their
aircraft. But as it is the U.S.A.F. Thunderbirds are certainly one of the best Aerobatic
Squadrons to get everyone's attention. Not only do the Thunderbirds perform at airshows,
they also do flybys at Football stadiums, with all six aircraft in formation.