The Air Pressure practices a Trifecta flyover in Tampa previous to the Tremendous Bowl

TAMPA, Fla – Do you know what they’re saying? Practice creates masters. And that’s exactly what the US Air Force did on the Friday before Super Bowl LV.

Air Force personnel have run a test run of their first “Trifecta Flyover,” which you will see during the national anthem on Super Bowl Sunday.

Three Global Strike Command bombers made their way to Raymond James Stadium before flying overhead.

MacDill B1, B2, and B52 Air Force bomber jets flyover rehearsal … 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸 You can hear them again tonight as the timing was about a minute away on that first run. #SuperBowl

– Grace Remington (@GraceRemiWTSP) February 5, 2021

On game day, a B-52 from Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota, a B-1 from Ellsworth Air Force Base, South Dakota, and a B-2 from Whiteman Air Force Base, Missouri, take off from their home bases and close over the United States.

MacDill’s pride and joy, the KC-135 Stratotanker, will refuel any bomber in the air before it forms and flies over Raymond James Stadium.

Fans and people in downtown Tampa should prepare for it to get noisy as the bombers have a lot of power.

“You will feel it, you will feel it and I think it will give you chills anyway. Obviously there will be a bigger presence with the bomber and there will be really, really something to see, ”MacDill AFB commander Col. Ben Jonsson told 10 Tampa Bay.

As for the official flight route for the transfer, the Air Force does not publish this information.

Make sure you get the right deal on February 7th, right here at Tampa Bay 10. The Super Bowl starts at 6:30 pm

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