The Belgian Air Force Red Devils aerobatic team first flew in 1960. It was comprised
of four Hawker Hunter aircraft. They flew through 1963.
The Red Devils had seven Fouga Magister aircraft when they flew again in 1965. In
1972, due to economic considerations, the team was reduced to only two Fouga Magister aircraft. One Fouga Magister aircraft was added to the team in 1973 and the team was up to six aircraft in 1974.
They flew through 1976 at which time the Belgian Air Force decided against having display teams.
In 2011 a new Belgian Air Force Red Devils aerobatic team was formed. This one consists of four SIAI Marchetti SF 260 aircraft. The aircraft are
flown by instructors out of the air school at Beauvechain Air Base.