U.S. Air Force B-1Bs Return To Flight

Credit: USAF
The first U.S. Air Force B-1B Lancers returned to flight operations on May 3 after a safety stand-down, Air Force Global Strike Command said on May 6. The problem arose on April 8, when maintenance crews noticed a bomber at Ellsworth AFB in South Dakota was leaking fuel while taxiing to the aircraft...

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