https://www.blogger.com/img/videoplayer.swf?videoUrl=https%3A%2F%2Fvp.video.google.com%2Fvideodownload%3Fversion%3D0%26secureurl%3DqAAAAPEbdexZYqODP9Nt5kZfcH3ua3oIB2yHGRTY47YkRAVWlggaqkweGePS-lIzm4Nnu00-HsJvdWtAHfNKUU5BMJNhuCKXmnG71xGG1TXiNjoHa7AIFI3M1IOS-HOm2ivAxVkcUAjBoRz9vkKng0f5lx1Mdy_3YOsl8qh7pfWn3inHSBxjE6cBV8NcUR63OeK_w8bYoOAmj3nOP30AtIRQJsmtj20SO_ixnVUKKowE7rdF%26sigh%3Daoky1brFTyA9JF4R_FY_bpLumss%26begin%3D0%26len%3D86400000%26docid%3D0&nogvlm=1&thumbnailUrl=https%3A%2F%2Fvideo.google.com%2FThumbnailServer2%3Fapp%3Dblogger%26contentid%3D51c5f78b297ce1ca%26offsetms%3D5000%26itag%3Dw320%26sigh%3DzGHhlEwxv1y78m_f6NS9gszcpbU&messagesUrl=video.google.com%2FFlashUiStrings.xlb%3Fframe%3Dflashstrings%26hl%3DenToday we have added another 20 Videohelp clips to our site. This one is unusual for a site that deals with the fear of flying because it shows aircraft and pilots at their best, and perhaps at their limits. However it shows how military aircraft provide a lot of research into aircraft safety. The Red Arrows, known throughout the world for their amazing displays are part of the process of team building and communication skills that are an essentialand normal part of modern civil aviation.
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Keith and the team.