Jul 19, 2014

B-2 stealth bomber to get major upgrades from Air Force

The USAF’s fleet of B-2 stealth bombers, is poised to get nearly $10 billion in upgrades over the next several years to ensure it remains a realible attack platform in the U.S arsenal.
If a newer, faster and possibly pilotless bomber comes into service in the mid-2020s, experts say the B-2 still will play a vital role in the nation’s defense. In fact, the Air Force plans to keep it in service at least until 2058.
The current fleet of 20 B-2s has received incremental upgrades over the years.

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