Hamilton fans know the lyric: "In the eye of a hurricane, there is quiet/for just a moment."
US Air Force Reserve Pilot Will Simmons experienced that quiet Wednesday morning, and it's just as eerie as in Alexander Hamilton's day.
Simmons was flying a USAF Hurricane Hunter mission out of Keesler Air Force Base in Biloxi, Mississippi, and after multiple passes through the eye, finally had enough daylight to see the massive storm.
"Life-threatening effects are imminent along parts of the Florida panhandle," he wrote in a tweet sharing a video of that brief moment in the eye.
Monstrous clouds surround the plane like walls as the crew flies through and records the video.
"I love the job, but at the same time, hate that I had to go out to fly this today," Simmons wrote.