Dec 31 2010

Stealth B2 & Super Hornets Fighter Flyover for Rose Parade and Rose Bowl Game

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It is confirmed that there will be a US Air Force Stealth B2 Bomber flyover for the 122nd Rose Parade. The B2 will be in position #4, as the 4th entry into the parade basically as the floats and start to make the turn off of Orange Grove onto Colorado.

Here’s one of the pictures of the B2 Stealth Flyover:

The fighters landed yesterday at Burbank Airport and the crews and pilots are enjoying some of the pre-parade festivities. There will be four pilots, so we anticipate seeing 4 hornets flying over the Rose Bowl as the National Anthem is completed.

Super Hornets,
Take off from Burbank Airport and right in the middle of the Rose Bowl,
talking to a guy at the Rose Bowl, end of National Anthem
NROTC, go badgers, he is a Nuclear Engineer
Others flying, standing behind
4 pilots
Hearst, Evensty
maintenance crew
John Newton
Justin Barat
100 years of naval flight, airplanes taking

Super Hornets,
0-160 in 3 seconds

Come in on the power as they fly over the Rose Bowl.

For 2012 the Rose Parade will not be held on Sunday! The Rose Parade is never held on Sunday. From what we can tell… it will be held on Monday.


3 Comments on this post


  1. Bonnie said:
    Will the bombers be taking off from Burbank???? I live in Burbank so do not want to miss this. Will there be a practice run?
    December 31st, 2010 at 5:23 pm
  2. victorcab said:
    No practice run that I know of. The fighters might be part of the Stealth flyover that takes place at 8am, then the super hornets will be flying over the rose bowl game start at around 2pm. keep an eye open as you will surely hear them taking off if you live close to the airport.
    December 31st, 2010 at 9:06 pm
  3. victorcab said:
    Actually I did see the Coast Guard, and some other plane flying over the Pasadena area doing various flyovers, most likely doing some practice passes and also some type of security check.
    December 31st, 2010 at 9:07 pm


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