Sorry for not getting back to you sooner but was way on vacation.
Basically what is happening is, I know the guy who heads this group up and they are trying to get more firmly seated into the airshow circuit. They are planning on attending the ICAS (International Council of Air Shows) convention and needed a 1 min video clip to send in.
Unfortunately the video was due by the 30th of July and they came to me on the eve of the 25th. So I had one day to shoot video and one to edit 35 min of raw footage to 1 min plus my normal job...I hated every minute of it.
I took my Canon D60 up with me as well and in between video shots took some stills.
As Tyson stated they have limited their "shows" to fly-bys and pull-ups but I think they are trying to portray a different image now.
For the video it was really simple stuff like breaks, aileron rolls, and roll-overs. Tried to get them to do some loops or vertical stuff but they politely declined. The maneuver that Mike is refering to was the best out of the lot. Basically we started out with 3 ships line-abreast and then took the photo ship and did a roll over the line from left to right ending up trailing and low. It was pretty awesome and was able to get about 75% on video until we started rolling on the bottom.
I'll try and get the video down to something managable and see if Mike can host it for me.
I really hated it, I mean having to shoot photos, video, fly around in jets, and get paid for it....I think I would rather do my day job....NOT!!