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The Air Force may load up the B-52 with more bombs than ever in its search for a new ‘arsenal plane’
Defense Department officials may select a bomber already in the Air Force's inventory to become its munitions-packed "arsenal plane," Dr. Will Roper, Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics, said Tuesday
Constant deployments broke the Air Force’s B-1 fleet. Now the service is facing a major bomber shortfall
The constant deployments broke the B-1 fleet. It's no longer a question of if, but when the Air Force and Congress will send the aircraft to the Boneyard. But Air Force officials are still arguing the B-1 has value to offer, especially since it's all the service really has until newer bombers hit the flight line in the mid-2020s
Here’s Why The Ejection Seat Failed During That Fiery B-1B Lancer Emergency Landing
A “crimped” part prevented an ejection seat from a stricken B-1B Lancer bomber from firing in May during an in-flight...
A B-1 Lancer Made An Emergency Landing Just Before The Air Force Grounded The Entire Fleet
A B-1 Lancer made an emergency landing after experiencing an in-flight incident on June 1, less than one week before...