[Anchor Lead]In our next story we look to the skies in Malaysia, where the special aerobatic team representing the South Korean Air Force, the Black Eagles, staged an impressive performance in the region’s largest international air show. Let’s check it out.[Pkg]Eight T-50B supersonic advanced jet trainers stage extravagant stunts in midair, spewing out colorful plumes of smoke. The jets soar into the sky amid white smoke, and plunge vertically, creating a spectacle reminiscent of a waterfall. While flying at the maximum speed of Mach 1.5, the eight jets show off sophisticated flying techniques. The portrayal of a heart with Cupid's arrow flying through it against the blue sky aroused a big round of applause from some 20,000 spectators. The performance reached its peak when two jets created the taegeuk pattern. The aerobatic team Black Eagles of the South Korean Air Force received rave reviews for its piloting techniques and performance. They presented at the largest air show in the Asia-Pacific region that was held recently in Malaysia. It brought together some 500 defense companies from 36 countries.[Soundbite] Kim Young-hwa(Black Eagles, Air Force) : "We will continue to do our best to improve Korea's status and promote exports of the defense industry."So far, 56 Korean T-50B advanced jet trainers of the Black Eagles have been exported to four countries, including Indonesia and Iraq.
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