The T-6A Aircraft Demonstration Team was established in 2005 in the context of the 1st International Air Show "Archangel", continuing the glorious history of the HAF acrobatic flights: "Four Aces", "Acro Team", "Greek Flame", "New Greek Flame" after an absence from the Greek skies of approximately four decades.
Following communication with United States Air Force, two USAF instructors, namely Captain Jeff Stift, instructor of the West Coast Demo Team and Captain Eric Mc Umper, Ground-Flight Safety Observing Officer of the East Coast Demo Team of USAF, arrived at 120 Air Training Wing, in Kalamata.
In total, five Pilots from 361 Air Training Sqn were trained. The two Pilots chosen to carry out the Air Show's flight project was Major (I) Nikolaos Chriistopoulos and Major (P) Nikolaos Malapanis,
The training course began on 26 July 2005, was concluded on 16 August 2005 and included 18 co-pilot flights and 12 solo flights while the hours required were 20.8.
On Sunday, 18 September 2005, the T-6A Aircraft Demonstration Team performed the first public air show at 114 Combat Wing at the airfield or Tanagra, during the International Air Show "Archangel" in the context of the festivities held to honor the Hellenic Air Force's Patrons, Archangels Michael and Gabriel.