Daredevil 'Jetman' Rides Along B17: Caught on Tape

Yves Rossy wowed fans at an air show flying 4500 feet in his jet propelled wing suit.
3:00 | 07/31/13

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The daredevil known as jet man, taking to the skies above wisconsin, flying alongside a b-17 bomber. And he's wearing a custommade jet suit. We're seeing this extraordinary trip from his perspective. It is an awe-inspiring bird's-eye view. Filmed by a man who managed to transform himself into a bird and plane. It was impressive for me. Reporter: Yves rossy, the swiss daredevil, better known as the jet man, is making his first public flights in the u.S. This week. Soaring as high as 4,500 feet, strapped to this jet-propelled wingsuit he created. Seven feet long. And four small engines. Reporter: The 53-year-old zoomed above wisconsin, clocking speeds as high as 160 miles per hour. Flying side-by-side, with a b-17 bomber. Wowing fans at the air venture air show. The super bowl of aviation here. It was absolutely fantastic to fly so freely. Reporter: Rossy's first flight came five years ago over the swiss alps. He secretly flew over the rim of the grand canyon. He says, flying high for him gives him an emotional high he describes as a moment of joy. What I'm doing as jetman, it's really gratifying. Reporter: If you look up in the sky, around the u.S., And think it's a bird, it's a plane. No, it's jetman, everybody. Who would do that? Who would do that? I might. You would. I might. She would. I'm not going to book my trip.

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