A US B2 bomber performed a low-altitude fly-over during an American Football match in the US.
The B2, formally known as the Northrop Grumman B-2 Spirit, was filmed performing a fly-by during an NFL match between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Detroit Lions on September 8.
Military flypasts are a mainstay during sporting events in the US, with most of the ceremonial flights coinciding with the end of the national anthem being played. According to reports, the first military fly-over was performed in 1918, during the World Series game in Chicago. Since then, hundreds of military vehicles have been used for thousands of flyovers all throughout the US.