If you've never seen a flying aerobatic demonstration team in action, you don't know what you're missing. What these pilots can do is nothing short of absolutely mind-boggling.

I've been lucky enough to see both the U.S. Navy Blue Angels and the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds and I'm blown away each and every time. I mean, I get uneasy when I'm on a commercial flight and we hit the slightest level of turbulence. I can't even imagine the physical ability, coordination, endurance, and just flat-out guts it takes to get up into the sky and do this sort of thing.

I mean, seriously, check out how insane this Thunderbirds action is:

Among the other sights to see at this year's New York Air Show include an Apache Helicopter, a B-1 Bomber, the West Point Parachute Team, and more.

It's all going on right here in the Hudson Valley, at Stewart International Airport in New Windsor, on September 3 and 4 (Labor Day weekend). For more information, tickets, and everything else you could possibly need to know, go ahead and check out the website of the event right here.