Global Strike Chief: B-21 Won’t Push Out ‘Chipper’ B-52

Credit: B-21: Northrop Grumman
The head of U.S. Air Force Global Strike Command says it would be an “erroneous assumption” to presume that the Northrop Grumman B-21 is a one-for-one replacement for America’s longest continually serving nuclear-armed bomber, the “chipper” 55-year-old Boeing B-52H. Gen. Robin Rand says today’s...

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