Angle of Attack, Inc. provides low-level aerobatic airshows using our SNJ-5 (shown above). We also participate in numerous formation fly-bys and fly-pasts honoring our country and our military.

What is “angle of attack”?

The term “angle of attack” is used in aviation to describe the angle between the relative wind and the chord line of the plane’s wing. In other words, it’s the angle where the lines of the wing and the air rushing toward the wing meet.

Why “Angle of Attack, Inc.”?

Our airshow performs at an angle of attack that pushes the limits, almost reaching the critical angle of attack. (The critical angle of attack is the maximum point where the air  holds the plane up.) Throughout the show, constant precision is necessary to prevent the SNJ from going past that critical angle and stalling midair. Also, it sounds cool.