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#48 2007-04-22 19:33 GMT-5 hours    
Which version of the F/A-18 Hornet do the Blue Angels actually fly? I was under the impression that they converted to the "C" version a few years ago as the older "A" version got retired, but some of you have been uploading the photos as "A" versions. Which one is it? Please answer if you know for sure. Thanks in advance.

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#52 2007-04-23 23:10 GMT-5 hours    
Ray,

The Blues still use the A/B variant of the Hornet.

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#53 2007-04-24 00:57 GMT-5 hours    
Thanks John. That clears things up.

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#436 2007-07-22 00:49 GMT-5 hours    
I'd have said the same thing that John did, but as usual, he's beaten me to the punch.

John, good to see you around, by the way.

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#438 2007-07-22 13:08 GMT-5 hours    
Beaten to the punch? By three months? Blimey!

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