USAF’s Next ICBM To Need Airborne Command Post

Credit: The U.S. Navy's E-6Bs are manned by sailors and airmen of the 625th Strategic Operations Squadron, headquartered at Offutt AFB, Nebraska: U.S. Navy
The days of launching intercontinental ballistic missiles from flying command posts in testing and nuclear war are here to stay, with the U.S. Air Force making provisions to link current and future “Doomsday Planes” with its next-generation missile, the Ground-Based Strategic Deterrent (GBSD). Since...

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