The U.S. Air Force’s new B-21 stealth bomber could have air-to-air capabilities. If so, the new bomber could function as a partial replacement for the Air Force’s current force of air-superiority fighters as the Pentagon revises its strategy for controlling the air over future battlefields.
Maj. Gen. Scott L. Pleus, Pacific Air Forces Director of Air and Cyber Operations, floated the idea in September 2019 comments to Air Force magazine.
Pleus was discussing ways the...
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