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From the venerable B-52 to the future B-21, the US leads the way in firepower and stealth technology. This is what the US has in the skies.
US Air Force planes can be rented for as little as $917 an hour — here’s how much bombers, fighters, and cargo planes go for
The Air Force has a plane for every mission, and with enough cash, those bombers, fighter jets, and massive cargo planes are available for a joyride.
The Long-Range Anti-Ship Missile is being developed as a standoff weapon for the Navy and Air Force, and Global Strike Command just cleared it for operational testing for the first time.
Air Force Global Strike Command says B-1 bombers are good to fly, but is still trying to figure out what’s wrong with ejection seats
The command said a safety stand down, which was ordered on June 8, "allowed the command time to thoroughly evaluate the egress components and determine potential risks before returning to flight."
It was the first time Joint Air-to-Surface Standoff Missiles were used in combat.
The US Navy just showed North Korea its worst nightmare with 3 aircraft carriers and bombers in the Pacific
The US Navy just sent North Korea a clear message with three aircraft carriers and a handful of South Korean and Japanese destroyers in the Pacific.
Photos show US, South Korean, and Japanese aircraft on mission to flex on North Korea after ICBM test
“Let me be clear, if called upon we are trained, equipped and ready to unleash the full lethal capability of our allied air forces.”
Air Force Global Strike Command has ordered its B-1 bombers to stand down after finding ‘an issue with ejection seat components’
The order comes after a B-1B Lancer made an emergency landing in Texas in early May — an incident in which one of the plane's ejection-seat hatches appeared to have blown off.
Nuclear-capable and heavy bombers are the most visible leg of the US's nuclear triad, and are often deployed to deter aggression and promote stability.