The US Navy's Blue Angels display team have showcased their incredible high-speed aerobatics in stunning footage.
Taken from inside the cockpit of one of the jets, the clip displays the Navy's flight demonstration squadron during the Fort Lauderdale Air Show, in Florida, earlier this month.
Flying in diamond formation - with some spinning around and flying upside down - the blue (and yellow) planes soared across sunny skies overlooking the Fort Lauderdale Beach shoreline.
The aircraft seen here, Boeing F/A-18 Hornets, made their debut in 1986 with the squadron, and is still used by the team today.
Thousands of spectators were thrilled by the military aerobatics during the air show on May 4 and 5, which also featured an A-10 Warthog, the US Air Force F-22 Raptor Demo Team and many other impressive aircraft.
'It's pretty crazy! It shows the tremendous power of the U.S. military,' one onlooker told CBS Miami.
And another said: 'The adrenaline that goes through these guys is impressive.'