As rumors continue to circulate on Chinese social media about the People's Liberation Army Air Force's much-anticipated stealth bomber, the first glimpses of the next-generation aircraft reportedly turned up in a brand new sizzle reel produced by AVIC Chinese Aviation Industry Corporation. While no sources have confirmed the authenticity of these images, the video also appeared on the official Weibo page of the state-run China Central Television, making the footage something of a veiled reminder that the military's stealth program continues to steam along swiftly behind the scenes.

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Photo via Northrop Grumman

A new report from the Center for a New American Security (CNAS) suggests that the Air Force should build a minimum of 164 Northrop Grumman B-21 Raider stealth bombers.

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Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Bennie J. Davis III)

Lt. Col. Richard E. Cole, the 101-year-old co-pilot of World War II’s Jimmy Doolittle, announced that the official name of the Air Force’s newest B-21 bomber would be the “Raider,” according to War Is Boring.

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