The Blue Angels, while performing at an air show in Pensacola, decided it would be fun to troll a large group of beachgoers with one of the most epic fly-by’s you’ve ever seen.
As the crowd is distracted by one of the Angel’s jets doing a steep vertical ascent just off the beach, the No. 5 Angels plane comes roaring directly overhead on an extremely low fly-by.
The speed and low altitude were enough to send umbrellas, tents and anything else that wasn’t nailed down flying into the air.
Despite the disarray caused by the move, the crowd cheers and applauds.
The move was carried out by LCDR Mark Tedrow. A Navy pilot who has been with the Angels since 2011. According to his official bio:
He has accumulated more than 2,200 flight hours and 212 carrier-arrested landings. His decorations include the Strike Flight Air Medal, Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal, and various personal and unit awards.
h/t Free Beacon