Ever wonder what it's like to fly in one of the Blue Angels' F/A-18 Hornets? We got a glimpse of that this morning on Fox and Friends as our very own Maria Molina showed us how it feels to travel at the speed of the sound. 


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Crew chief Jared Mann said the Hornets are capable of traveling as fast as 1,400 mph.

They didn't go that fast though, and it's a good thing because at about half that speed, Maria briefly passed out.

Other than that, and throwing up a few times (don't worry, it's not on the video), Maria called it an "amazing experience" that she would do again in a heartbeat.

Watch Maria's incredible flight in the video above, and check out when the Blue Angels' upcoming tour will be in your area! The performances were grounded for much of 2013 because of federal spending cuts.


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