Australian Roulette / by Mario Mirabile

The Roulettes are the Royal Australian Air Force aerobatic display team. After briefly operating two other aerobatic teams during the 1960s, the Roulettes were formed in 1970 as part of the RAAF's 50th anniversary and have been in continuous operation ever since. They tour Australia and overseas putting on around 150 flying displays per year showcasing Air Force flying skills. Originally flying Aermacchi MB 326H jet trainers, their current aircraft is the Pilatus PC-9/A trainer.