Six U.S. Air Force's B-2 bombers dropped more than 650 Joint Direct Munitions during Operation Allied Force, an AF general said yesterday. The $2 billion bombers, flying from their home base at Whiteman AFB, Mo., participated in 34 of the 53 Air Tasking Orders prepared during the NATO air campaign, said Brig. Gen. Leroy Barnidge, who commands the B-2 wing. On 15 nights, two B-2s flew tandem missions, and in 19 flights a B-2 operated singly. On all occasions, the bomber's weapons ...

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