It’s still not quite clear when the Blue Angels will be back to a normal schedule, but they were back in the air Wednesday for another practice.
Five planes flew across the skies for about 45 minutes as fans watched in awe of seeing them in the air once more.
The Blue Angels will not be performing at the 2016 Vero Beach Air Show originally scheduled for June 25-26 but working to recover from the fatal crash of Blue Angel 6, Captain Jeff Kuss, just 2 weeks ago.
Once they have practiced back to their normal level of perfection, the team is expected to resume performances as a 5-ship group, with a 6th pilot joining them after several additional weeks of training.
Before the Blue Angels return to their highly anticipated show schedule, they were spotted twice earlier in the week on Monday also practicing high in the sky.