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The Blue Eagles were the helicopter aerobatic team of the British Army Air Corps. It was one of only six professional helicopter teams in the world, along with: Royal Navy Black Cats; Sarang of the Indian Air Force; Scorpion aerobatic team of the Polish Air Force; Rotores de Portugal and the Patrulla Aspa of the Spanish Air Force. They were formed in the spring of 1968 by instructors at the British Army Air Corps. They were established the following years with five helicopters. In 2001, the team included the first British female military display pilot. In 2010 it was disbanded due to an ageing Lynx fleet and financial cutbacks.

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  • The Blue Eagles were the helicopter aerobatic team of the British Army Air Corps. It was one of only six professional helicopter teams in the world, along with: Royal Navy Black Cats; Sarang of the Indian Air Force; Scorpion aerobatic team of the Polish Air Force; Rotores de Portugal and the Patrulla Aspa of the Spanish Air Force. They were formed in the spring of 1968 by instructors at the British Army Air Corps. They were established the following years with five helicopters. In 2001, the team included the first British female military display pilot. In 2010 it was disbanded due to an ageing Lynx fleet and financial cutbacks.
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  • The Blue Eagles were the helicopter aerobatic team of the British Army Air Corps. It was one of only six professional helicopter teams in the world, along with: Royal Navy Black Cats; Sarang of the Indian Air Force; Scorpion aerobatic team of the Polish Air Force; Rotores de Portugal and the Patrulla Aspa of the Spanish Air Force. They were formed in the spring of 1968 by instructors at the British Army Air Corps. They were established the following years with five helicopters. In 2001, the team included the first British female military display pilot. In 2010 it was disbanded due to an ageing Lynx fleet and financial cutbacks.
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