Unless you have been right next to one in real life, it's easy to forget how gigantic jet fighters are. They are truly huge mothers. Take a look at this image of a Navy F/A-18F Super Hornet swooshing by a building in a low pass along the Detroit River in Detroit.
Remember that insane low pass flyby for that B-52 Stratofortress next to the carrier USS Ranger. Gizmodo Reader and retired US Air Force master sergeant has sent us the look from the ship. It's pretty bloody stunning:
I thought this was the craziest low pass flyby ever, but obviously I was mistaken. After all, what you're seeing here is not a small fighter jet but a B-52 Stratofortress almost kissing the sea while flying by USS Ranger aircraft carrier.