JOINT BASE ANDREWS, Maryland (KTAB/KRBC) – Dyess B-1 crew flew out to Joint Base Andrews Air Force Base (AFB) for the Air and Space Expo on the 75th anniversary of the Air Force.

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Airshows give the Air Force a chance to share their history with the community as well as past, present and future aviators according to Dyess AFB. They were able to share information about their B-1B Lancer.

With over 75 years of operation and innovations, this event showcased the capabilities of each type of plane, parachute teams and much more.

The B-1B plane is used for carrying guided and unguided weapons for long-range air strikes.

This three-day air show came to a close at 4 this evening, September 18. To see what all took place, you can go to Joint Base Andrews AFB Facebook page and view photos, stories, and live streams.