LRSO Keeps B-2 Relevant As Counterstealth Tech Improves

Credit: National Nuclear Security Administration
When a Northrop Grumman B-2A Spirit launches with intent from Whiteman AFB, Missouri, with a belly full of B61 thermonuclear bombs, there are very few places it cannot go to reach its intended target. But as the bat-winged, low-observable bomber enters its 20th year of operational service next year...

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