Golden Crown

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The Golden Crown ( Tāj-e Talāyi) was the first and national aerobatics display team of Iran and part of the former Imperial Iranian Air Force from 1958 to 1979.wikipedia
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Nader Jahanbani

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It was formed by Nader Jahanbani, an Iranian general, and it was mainly inspired by Sky Blazers, an American aerobatics team. Other notable members include Mohammad Amir Khatami, Nader Jahanbani, Amir Hossein Rabii, Bahram Hooshyar, and Yadollah Sharifirad.
He was the Leader of the Golden Crown, the first and national aerobatics display Iranian team.

History of the Iranian Air Force

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The Golden Crown ( Tāj-e Talāyi) was the first and national aerobatics display team of Iran and part of the former Imperial Iranian Air Force from 1958 to 1979.
Called "Golden Crown", and a part of the IIAF, this lasted until 1978.

Amir Hossein Rabii

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Other notable members include Mohammad Amir Khatami, Nader Jahanbani, Amir Hossein Rabii, Bahram Hooshyar, and Yadollah Sharifirad.
After returning to Iran he contributed to the foundation of the acrobat team in the air force, named the Imperial Iranian Air Force Golden Crown Acro Jet Team, in 1958.

Yadollah Sharifirad

Other notable members include Mohammad Amir Khatami, Nader Jahanbani, Amir Hossein Rabii, Bahram Hooshyar, and Yadollah Sharifirad.
In 1978, he was a member of Golden Crown aerobatic team.

Yadollah Javadpour

IIAF ace, Yadollah Javadpour, was a member of the Golden Crown from 1975 to 1978.
He began his service as a pilot in the IIAF and was a member of the elite Iranian Air Force flying team, the Golden Crown, from 1975 to 1978.

Northrop F-5

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F-5s were also used by the IIAF's aerobatic display team, the Golden Crown.

Aerobatics

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The Golden Crown ( Tāj-e Talāyi) was the first and national aerobatics display team of Iran and part of the former Imperial Iranian Air Force from 1958 to 1979.

Iran

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The Golden Crown ( Tāj-e Talāyi) was the first and national aerobatics display team of Iran and part of the former Imperial Iranian Air Force from 1958 to 1979.

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It was formed by Nader Jahanbani, an Iranian general, and it was mainly inspired by Sky Blazers, an American aerobatics team.

Cold War

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During the cold war this team successfully performed in many competitions.

Fürstenfeldbruck Air Base

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Fourteen Iranian pilots were sent to Fürstenfeldbruck Air Base, Germany, in order to learn aerobatics in jet aircraft.

Germany

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Fourteen Iranian pilots were sent to Fürstenfeldbruck Air Base, Germany, in order to learn aerobatics in jet aircraft.

Mehrabad International Airport

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The team performed near Mehrabad International Airport and later, at Kooshk Nosrat 100 kilometres from Tehran.

Flying ace

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IIAF ace, Yadollah Javadpour, was a member of the Golden Crown from 1975 to 1978.

Mohammad Amir Khatami

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Other notable members include Mohammad Amir Khatami, Nader Jahanbani, Amir Hossein Rabii, Bahram Hooshyar, and Yadollah Sharifirad.

Bahram Hooshyar

Other notable members include Mohammad Amir Khatami, Nader Jahanbani, Amir Hossein Rabii, Bahram Hooshyar, and Yadollah Sharifirad.

Iranian Revolution

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During the Iranian Revolution in 1979, the team was disbanded after the dissolution of the Imperial Iranian Air Force.

Republic F-84 Thunderjet

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It was equipped with four Republic F-84G Thunderjet aircraft.

List of air display teams

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