An air fighter pilot has given an insight into what it's like to fly an A-10 Thunderbolt over Miami beach.
Footage shows Air Force Lieutenant Colonel Mike Schriever, a pilot in the 303rd Fighter Squadron, first preparing for takeoff on the runway and then gliding amid the clouds.
He is flying a 440mph A-10 Thunderbolt II alongside his wingman, Air Force 1st Lieutenant Tanner Rindels.
The flight on Sunday was part of the second annual Salute to American Heroes Air and Sea Show.
This two-day event showcases military fighter jets and other aircraft and equipment from all branches of the United States military in observance of Memorial Day.