Air Force Captain Sarah Kushoba is set to lead a Super Bowl flyover flight on Sunday, sailing from his B-2 Spirit from Whitman Air Force Base in Missouri above Raymond James Stadium in Florida during the national anthem.

“It’s very exciting, I’m very polite,” said Kokuba, call sign “Gucci,” Granthshala 13. “We are definitely making our presentation for this.”

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This year is the first of its kind Trifecta With three bombers flew from different parts of the US and met in the Gulf of Mexico outside Tampa airspace.

“We’ve been working for weeks to make this plan very accurate, so that we can execute it,” she said. “Then we’ll all summarize together, and plan together, and do it again.”

Along with Kociuba’s bomber, a B-52 Stratforst is coming from Minot Air Force Base in North Dakota and a B-1B Lancer is coming from Ellsworth Air Force Base in South Dakota.

“Supporting this event is a tremendous honor for our command and the US Air Force,” General Tim Ray, commander of Air Force Global Strike CommandSaid in a news release. “We look forward to this opportunity to demonstrate to the nation the reliability, flexibility and accuracy of our bomber fleet during this exciting event.”

Kociuba has been preparing for her moment for the rest of her life.

She is a B-2 instructor pilot who has completed more than 90 combat operations and has more than 1,700 flight hours in five different aircraft.

The bombers would meet in the whiskey area – “restricted airspace” – before the pass.

“We will rejoin together at very low altitudes, very high speeds and this whiskey area, and then we will work on our own time, and then flyover,” she said.

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The flight will have a round trip of about seven or eight hours before the bombers return to their respective bases – which means Coppuba is missing the big game between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Kansas City chiefs.

“I’m not going to watch the game, so I hope that before I land there is a mess,” she said. “I’m going to see it later!”