The Red Arrows have made history by taking on their first ever female pilot.
Kirsty Moore will join the team of pilots, based in Lincolnshire, next season - which starts in 2010.
The RAF said that until now no female fast-jet pilot had advanced far enough in their flying career to join the display team.
Flight Lieutenant Moore, who has flown combat missions in Iraq, says it's a great honour to be chosen.
It's a tough challenge to get the job. About 30 fast jet-pilots apply to the Red Arrows every year but only the very best are successful.
Flight Lieutenant Moore was based with a Tornado squadron at RAF Marham in Norfolk before she got this job.