Old Dominion have had a lot of big moments in their career, but it's possible flying with the U.S. Navy Blue Angels might be one of their more memorable ones. The band was able to take a ride along with the demonstration teams, and the footage is unbelievable.

"Thank you to the U.S. Navy Blue Angels Solos for fulfilling a childhood dream," Old Dominion wrote on social media. "We spent 2 unforgettable days with this amazing team of men and women and witnessed first-hand the power and beauty of working together."

In the video below, we see each of the members crawling into the iconic blue Boeing F/A-18 Super Hornets. Each was customized with the Old Dominion name and their respective names.

The band members are then taken on the ride of their lives as they pull some G's and do barrel rolls with the extremely talented pilots. At one point it looks like Whit Sellers gets a little sick during his ride.

Who Are the U.S. Navy Blue Angels?

The Blue Angels are the official flight demonstration team for the United States Navy. Established in 1946 as a way to boost morale and raise interest in naval aviation, the team travels the world, executing death defying maneuvers and precise formations, dazzling audiences of all ages.

The history of the Blue Angels is showcased in the new film The Blue Angels. The movie can be seen in IMAX theaters and is available for streaming on Amazon Prime Video.

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