TAMPA, Fla — As if Super Bowl LV doesn't have enough history surrounding it, the United States Air Force made a historic flyover prior to the game on Sunday.
During the national anthem, three Global Strike Command bombers zipped over Raymond James Stadium, performing a one-of-a-kind flyover.
Dubbed the trifecta, three different Air Force bombers took off from their respective military bases across the country. They included a B-52 from Minot Air Force Base in North Dakota, a B-1 from Ellsworth Air Force Base in South Dakota, and a B-2 from Whiteman Air Force Base in Missouri.
Add all the Bs together, and you get 55.
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