As has been tradition, the acrobatic patrol, which is based at the AGA in San Javier, has drawn the flag of Spain in the sky giving something to talk about in networks
As has been tradition, the Eagle Patrol has participated one more year in the military parade for Columbus Day that is celebrated in the Madrid capital. The acrobatic patrol of the Air Force, whose mission is to represent Spain and its Armed Forces, traveled to the Getafe air base on October 10 to prepare its airshow and take the opportunity to visit the Madrid children’s hospital in La Paz .
We are already positioned in Getafe to celebrate the #October 12 ° in our Capital #Madrid. Looking forward to sharing another very special morning with you, both in the streets of Madrid and in your homes glued to the television. Pride of being Spanish !!! 🇪🇦🇪🇦🇪🇦 @AirArmypic.twitter.com/hFpWLBtP7n
Eagle patrol (@ eagle patrol) October 10, 2021
Early in the morning of Tuesday, October 12, the mechanics have tuned the C-101 so that everything went well in the parade and that its pilots left their wake in the sky with the colors of the flag of Spain, as and how they have communicated through their social networks.
A trail that has been the most commented on on social networks due to the fact that one of the seven of the Eagle Patrol planes has given off smoke that, instead of looking reddish, was more purple.
After its passage, the air parade began, in which a large representation of the aircraft of the Armed Forces and also other public bodies such as Maritime Rescue or the Civil Guard participated.
After his intervention, the Eagle Patrol, which is based at the General Air Academy of San Javier, wanted to thank on its Twitter account for the love received during this National Holiday and wished all of its members a special day. followers. As a gift, the acrobatic patrol has shared the privileged aerial views of the Águila1’s cabin flying over Madrid.