The Royal Australian Air Force’s elite formation aerobatic display team took to the skies over Point Cook on Sunday, wowing onlookers with their masterful displays.
PICTURE GALLERY: ROULETTES DISPLAY AT POINT COOK
The Roulettes twisted and turned their six red and white PC-9/A aircraft in perfect formation during a 20-minute display over the Point Cook RAAF Museum in front of about 3000 attendees.
Using only hand-to-eye co-ordination, the Roulettes fly at speeds of up to 590 kilometres an hour, and experience up to 4.5 times the normal force of gravity during their displays.
When they are not showcasing their skills, the team members teach qualified RAAF pilots to become flying instructors at the Central Flying school at RAAF base at East Sale.