Congress Ensures Four B-1s Are Regeneration Candidates

Credit: U.S. Air Force
DAVIS-MONTHAN AFB, Arizona—The U.S. Air Force is beginning a lengthy process to warehouse four aging B-1 aircraft for future spare parts, storing them in a state in which they cannot immediately get up to a flying standard if the U.S. goes to war. The decision to allow the Air Force to retire B-1...

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