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America's Team: BEING A U.S. AIR FORCE THUNDERBIRD [Import]

Nicole Malichowski , Campbell Media Group;Paul Frederick Productions    NR (Not Rated)   DVD

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Ok, not great Nov. 29 2010
By maverickC130 - Published on Amazon.com
some good footage, but i also have "Blue Angels: A Year in the Life" and the USAF Thunderbirds DVD doesn't compare. The Blue Angels movie is a 2-disc set, and covers every aspect of the demonstration season. From initial training, to all the maintenance stuff, etc. The Thunderbirds DVD touches on these things, but doesn't have nearly as much detail as the blue angels one. This DVD has really corny music that plays continuously throughout the whole movie, and the majority of the time it doesn't even fit the scene.

If you really want to know about an aircraft demonstration team, get the Blue Angels DVD (and this is coming from someone in the Air Force!)
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Liked It But............. Jan. 26 2011
By BT GOPHER - Published on Amazon.com
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The background of being a Thunderbird was really well done and overall I'm really glad I bought the DVD but.......

Why, why, why don't the people who make these videos understand that at least half the thrill of seeing high performance jet aircraft, such as the Thunderbirds or Blue Angels, is the NOISE. The aerial footage is fantastic but would have been much better if we could actually HEAR the jets instead of the overbearing music.

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