Spirit down

A US Air Force B-2 Spirit stealth bomber crashed on the island of Guam Saturday morning ( local time ). The B-2 was part of the US Pacific Air Force and crashed shortly after takeoff from Andersen Air Force Base. Both of the pilots survived the crash and will supply the necessary information to the board of investigators that is assembled to evaluate the incident. This is the first time a B-2 stealth bomber crashes. The $1.2 billion B-2 Spirit is one of the most advanced stealth aircraft currently in service.

4 thoughts on “Spirit down”

  1. yeah because the russians will make a carbon copy, develop, & then brag about say in another decade after its obsolete, but they will add another coat hanger, & claim its better than the original. examlpe? TU/B1 but there are many more.

  2. the Northrop type flyingwing is an excelent aerodinamic solution onli on the paper and when is about to write big bills.
    American people must pay taxes to ensure that the military industry can sell to the governement all kind of SF objects at astronomical price.
    An unusual plane have an unusual price ….. !

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