The Royal Canadian Air Force CF-18 Demo shows a take off witth a nice angle of attack.
Some military aircraft are able to achieve very high angles of attack, but at the cost of massive induced drag. This provides the aircraft with great agility. A famous military example is sometimes thought to be Pugachev's Cobra. This high pitch (the angle between the chord and level flight) maneuver is technically, by definition, not quite a true angle of attack, but is more accurately, supermaneuvering by means of thrust vectoring the whole airframe -- as the airflow, motion vector and wing chord or primary lift devices, are not in a classical angle-of-attack relationship.
Photos from the 2013 Hamilton ON Airshow
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