The Air Force Thunderbirds flew over the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta right before Super Bowl LIII kicked off Sunday evening.
The Thunderbirds flew over the stadium as Gladys Knight blew the crowd away, singing the National Anthem.
Members arrived at Dobbins Air Reserve Base in Marietta, Georgia on Friday, February 1st to practice their flyover for the Big Game.
Your #afthunderbirds have officially arrived at @DobbinsARB for the #afflyover for #SBLIII. Keep those eyes on the Atlanta skyline and the @MBStadium for a practice run tomorrow around 530 p.m. 🌇😎 #knowyourmil @AirmanMagazine @AirForceTimes @AirForceReserve @NFL pic.twitter.com/xJ2KryehQz— Thunderbirds (@AFThunderbirds) February 2, 2019
Kick-off for Super Bowl LIII was at 6:30 p.m.