Weapons School-trained flight crews are squeezing new combat capabilities out of upgraded B-52s through innovative conventional tactics and procedures that would never have been tolerated by the old nuclear-oriented Strategic Air Command. Changing attitudes about what bombers in general and the B-52 in particular bring to strike packages are engendering new respect for a combat-air segment that many thought had seen its day pass. This renewal can be attributed partially to the merging ...
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