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Photo Gallery: Navy League Conference Floor
Here are some photos that Aviation Week's Dan Katz took on the floor of the annual Navy League Conference.
B-52H Stratofortress Specs 

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B-52H Stratofortress Specs

(See pp. 6-9 for full B-52 Program Dossier)

Designation:

B-52H

Name:

Program Dossier: B-52 Stratofortress 

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Definition:  The B-52 "Stratofortress" is a U.S. long-range, heavy bomber. It was produced by Boeing and continues to be maintained by the company. 

 

Program Dossier: B-2A Spirit 

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Definition:  The B-2A Spirit (often referred to simply as "The Stealth Bomber") is a U.S. low-observable, long-range, heavy bomber. It was built by Northrop Grumman, which remains the prime contractor for its sustainment and modernization. 

 

Program Dossier: B-1B Lancer 

Definition:  The B-1B Lancer (a.k.a. "The Bone") is a U.S. long-range, heavy bomber. It was produced by Rockwell International and is currently sustained by Boeing.

 

Requirements Dossier: F-3 

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Name: F-3

 

Description: The F-3 is the provisional name for Japan’s indigenous, fifth-generation fighter program. 

Program Dossier: Sukhoi Flanker 

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Definition:  The Sukhoi Su-27, Su-30, Su-33, Su-34 and Su-35 are variants of a fourth-generation, Russian twin-engine fighter bearing the NATO codename "Flanker." They are built by the Sukhoi Design Bureau.

 

 
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