I went to A school in Pensacola. It was awesome to watch them practice but most of the time it was in Buckeyes. When hurricane Ivan came through, we got bussed over to Corey station and got to see the Angels on the ground. I eventually worked on F/A-18C Hornets (ejection seats and oxygen system). The pilots that rotated from the Angels usually went to a training squadron to teach butter bars and 1st leuitenants. They would do that tail stall and near vertical thrust a lot. The fly by they do almost gets me every time.
My my last year in Fargo, they were at the air show and practicing a few days before the weekend. As they stalled just passed my house, the other one may have touched our roof top. Unreal howbloud that is. Not quite as bad as when they are engine testing and you have to sit 20 yards from the business end of that engine.