What's scarier than a huge, thundering jet fighter? Most people would say, "When it's about to drop out of the sky on my head," but these daredevil videographers like to be right underneath the monsters.
Flying a jet fighter thousands of feet in the sky isn't easy. Flying one a few feet off the ground is a lot harder.
This is a Royal Air Force Typhoon buzzing some photogs at this year's Waddington air show. It's pretty nuts.
But surely you've seen a flyby that's even lower — post your best in Kinja below.
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