Some students at Warner Robins Huntington Middle School got a chance to see a school bus on blast Thursday.
It was a school bus with a jet engine on the back.
Paul Stender from Indy Boys Inc. out of Indiana designed it with a jet engine from an F-4 phantom aircraft.
It can reach top speeds of 360 miles per hour, he said.
You can see the bus in action this weekend at the Robins Air Force Base Air Show.
Stender races the bus against a plane twice Saturday and twice on Sunday.
He said, "It looks like a fighter jet when it takes off. We only have the fire come out when were doing our fire show, when were doing it slow, because it draws at 60-percent. When were in full throttle, it looks just like a jet, got the shock waves come out the back 10 feet or so."
Stender says firing up the jet engine takes about 150 gallons of fuel, which costs him about $900. That's why he didn't crank it up in the school parking lot.