"I'm here to see Dallas totally kill in this football game," says airman David McKie.
32 airmen climbed aboard to see America's team play the New Orleans Saints.
"I mean it's my first cowboys game. It's me and my wife's first," says airman Benito Aquirre.
And he wasn't the only.
"It's my first football game. So, kinda anxious and excited, not gonna lie," says McKie.
Not all were cowboys fans.
"I'm a packers fan through and through," says Airman Stephen Anglin.
But they did have some similarities.
"I want to see the stadium for the first time, I've heard a lot of good things about it," says Anglin."This is the first time we're going to go visit the stadium so I heard it was a nice stadium so it should be fun, " says Aquirre. "The stadium is one of the big things you want to see," explains Jesse McLeod."It's one of the eight wonders of the world they say."
Today was about one thing.
"I just want them to have a good day," says Kenan Pyeatt of Lithia Toyota. "You know, kind of get away from the daily tasks, the things they take care of. And just enjoy a day that they can watch some football and have some fun."
It appears that everyone was on the same page.
"Today is all about having fun," says McKie."Have fun," says McLeod.
"Having fun," says Anglin.
"Fun time, fun time," says Aquirre.
During the holidays when family is so important, this trip couldn't have come at a better time.
"Most holidays I have I'm always spending with myself and a plate of chicken or turkey, if they have it," says McKie. "This holiday I get to go out with friends and family, not family, but friends and my Air Force family, which means a lot to me."
And the icing on the cake...
Whether the cowboys win or lose, to the airmen they've already won.