Global Strike Chief Keen For B-52 Engine Upgrade

Credit: USAF
As Boeing B-52s pound terrorist elements in Iraq and Syria with the latest precision-guided munitions, Air Force Global Strike Command is still considering upgrading or replacing the 55-year-old Cold War bomber’s eight equally old TF33 engines. Global Strike chief Gen. Robin Rand says the Big Ugly...

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