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The finale of the Warriors over the Wasatch airshow was the USAF demonstration team the Thunderbirds. This demonstration is earsplitting, non stop and a lot of fun to watch.
I hope they come back soon as I learned a lot of lessons at this airshow that I would like to improve upon at the next one, but until then please enjoy these:
We’ve only just begun…Click through to see the rest of the Thunderbirds perfromance