The U.S. Air Force Has Its Smallest Bomber Force in History
The National Interest -

David Axe

Strategic Bombers, United States

Cutting 18 B-1s and B-2s would shrink the bomber fleet to 140 airframes at a time the Air Force says it wants to grow the bomber force to at least 200 planes.

Here's What You Need to Know: The new B-21 stealth bomber that Northrop Grumman is developing won’t enter front-line service until the mid-2020s -- and then initially in small numbers.

“America’s bomber force is now in crisis.”

That’s the stark warning from retired U.S. Air Force general John...

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