The three model airplanes I painted with Blue Angel Blue have no metallic content at all. Neither does the official paint chip (FS15050) in the Federal Standard 595a standards book. Neither do the real Blue Angel airplanes. I've never seen the F-18s but I did see their A-4s and F-4s up close. Blue Angel Blue isn't close to any factory automobile paint I can think of from the musclecar era, though it might be close to some of the fleet colors available on trucks. I'm planning to paint a '65 Chevelle drag wagon with the stuff to represent a low-buck "Earl Schieb" type repaint with generic paint.
I mentioned MM Arctic Blue earlier. They have another dark metallic blue called Copenhagen Blue that also might work. I've never used that on anything so can't tell you what the exact difference is between the two. If it's darker, it might be even better than Arctic Blue because Deepwater Blue is pretty darn dark.
I've found that the Testor website is a very poor indicator of the actual color of their paints. Some of their representations are spot on and others bear almost no resemblance whatsoever to the actual paint color. I don't know why they can't do a better job with this.
Recovering aircraft modeler. "I can see me bound and gagged
Dragged behind the clownmobile...."
--Warren Zevon, "Hostage-O," Life'll Kill Ya, Artemis Record 2000