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Here’s what it’s like to parachute into Bryant-Denny Stadium packed with 101,821 screaming fans

On Saturday, one Alabama fan had a view of Bryant-Denny Stadium that most people only dream of. Before the Alabama-Mississippi State game, a group of Para-Commandos from the U.S. Special Operations Command jumped out of an airplane and parachuted onto the field.

The best part? They got it all on video.

One of the Para-Commandos attached a Go-Pro to his helmet, which resulted in this incredible first-person view of parachuting into a stadium full of 101,821 screaming fans.

A “Roll Tide” can be heard during the descent.

“This is a dream come true,” Lt. Col. Walter told ABC 33/40. “Being an Alabama boy myself, I’ve always wanted to come to an Alabama game.

Not a bad way to attend your first Alabama game, huh?

“We represent the 67,000 Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Marines stationed across the United States and deployed in more than 85 countries across the globe defending your freedom,” Walter said. “We’re proud to represent those guys defending our freedom and we go out and tell their story for them.”

Check out the incredible video below

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