What is the lowest and highest maneuver heights performed during an air show? This varies due to weather conditions. The highest is the vertical rolls performed by the Opposing Solo (up to 15,000 feet) and the lowest is the Sneak Pass (50 feet) performed by the Lead Solo.
What is the most demanding maneuver performed? All maneuvers are demanding, both mentally and physically, and reflect the challenges met daily by fleet Navy and Marine Corps aviators.
What are the fastest and slowest speeds flown during an air show? The fastest speed is about 700 mph (just under Mach 1; Sneak Pass) and the slowest speed is about 120 mph (indicated speed; Section High Alpha), both flown by the solo pilots during the show.