B-1B Fleet Returns To Flight

Credit: B-1B: USAF
The U.S. Air Force lifted a nearly month-old grounding order on a fleet of more than 60 B-1B bombers on April 23. Global Strike Command issued a stand-down order on the B-1B fleet in late March after discovering a second fleet-wide flaw in the egress system in less than a year. Over the last four...

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