NBC's Sunday Night Football Bus returned to North Texas before Sunday night's match-up between the Dallas Cowboys and Philadelphia Eagles at AT&T Stadium.
The 45 foot long bus stopped at the Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base in Fort Worth on Friday to show appreciation to the armed forces.
All four branches of the military were represented, including active duty and retired personnel.
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"Most of our airmen are Cowboys fans, at least I hope," said Col. John Breazeale. "So it's great to see them out here supporting all of our service members today."
Not only could Cowboys fans tour the bus, but Cowboys mascot Rowdy and the Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders were on hand as well as retired players signing autographs.
The bus will be parked outside AT&T Stadium on Sunday until kickoff.
During Sunday Night Football's 10th season, the bus stops in the host cities of 17 games, spanning about 25,000 miles and crossing the country at least three times.