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which B-2 ‘Spirit’ did the flyover? anyone know ?
The black one…
that thing looks…. WICKED
I know it did a fly-over before the game, but the reporters seem to be talking about it opening the Tournament of Roses Parade that happened earlier in the day (listen at :29 where the female says the “parade is going to get underway soon”, which would have been before 8:00 am local time. Minor detail, but this footage seems to be of the flyover before the parade (perhaps a practice run for later in the day), not the game, which was in the afternoon.
If it’s flying at over 600 mph, how does a helicopter keep up with it?