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Inciting a Riot: U.S. Military Flies 2 B-2 Bombers Over South Korea


The United States said two nuclear-capable B-2 stealth bombers flew “deterrence” missions over South Korea on Thursday, defying apocalyptic threats of retribution from North Korea against ongoing war games.

B-2 Cockpit

The deployment of the stealth bombers were clearly meant to deliver a potent message to Pyongyang about the US commitment to defending South


U.S. Stealth Strike Force Put to Test

‘Operation Chimichanga’ Tests Pentagon’s Stealth Strike Force

The first sign of the coming U.S. air raid was when the enemy radar and air-defense missile sites began exploding. The strikers were Air Force F-22 Raptor stealth fighters, flying unseen and faster than the speed of sound, 50,000 feet over the battlefield. Having emptied their weapons


55 Billion Dollar Bomber Program: Will it Fly

The Air Force accelerates work on a new multi-billion dollar strategic bomber despite the critics

By David Axe

Infographic: Big bombers, bigger bucks

GPS-guided weapon drop demo

March 26, 2012

Infographic: Big bombers, bigger bucks

A B-52 drops a load of bombs.


Lack of Communication Crashed the B-2 Bomber

Here is what caused the 1.4 Billion Dollar B-2 crash in February 2008 and how a lack of communication helped precipitate the single costliest accident in history.

The Very costly crash of a B-2 stealth bomber in February could have been prevented by a simple, unofficial


Northrop Grumman Secret bomber prototype

NGB demonstrator may be a twin-engine aircraft resembling an X-47B. Initial version will be piloted, but an unmanned endurance version is a probable followup.

Is Northrop Grumman building a secret bomber prototype? In late April, the company revealed first-quarter financial results. Data indicated $2 billion in new “restricted programs” contract awards at Integrated Systems, the


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