The Red Arrows, officially known as the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team, is the aerobatics display team 
               of the Royal Air Force. The team was formed in 1964 and it operates 9 BAE Hawk trainer aircraft. The team 
               performed over 4,000 displays in 52 countries. The 2012 display was performed with only 7 aircraft following 
               a difficult year in 2011 and the team will return to its traditional nine aircraft display in 2013. The Arrows 
               made in 2013 high-profile flypasts for the HM The Queen’s birthday and Diamond Jubilee and for the 
               London Olympics opening ceremony.
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Red Arrows / Royal Air Force Demonstration Team / BAE Hawk T1 - Youtube Video