The Case For Building The B 2 Bomber

Amid all the triumphs of high-tech weaponry, the Persian Gulf war taught the Air Force two lessons it really didn't want to learn: There's still a place for an airplane that can drop tons of dumb iron bombs on the enemy. And the only U. S. aircraft that can do the job now is the B-52, the newest of which rolled off the assembly line 29 years ago.

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