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30 Years of the B-2 Spirit
509th Bomb Wing Public Affairs
July 15, 2019 | 0:51
On July 17th, 1989, The B-2 Spirit Bomber took its first flight in Palmdale, California. Thirty years later, the B-2 is still the worlds premier stealth bomber, capable of reaching any location at any time. Throughout the years, The B-2 has improved its capabilities to remain the United States Air Forces most lethal and capable bomber.
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