US bombers deployed to Norway for the first time ever in late February. This week, they trained with ground troops to conduct close air support.
"There's always something that's just a little bit different" at a new airfield, the deputy commander of US Air Forces in Europe and Africa said.
"That's the capability of global air power," Gen. Charles Brown said this month. "To operate from and be prepared to go ... anywhere, any time."
Capt. Abraham Morland flew a B-1B over Super Bowl LV in a first-of-its-kind tri-bomber flyover. He flew over Raymond James Stadium with a B-2 stealth bomber and a B-52. The flyover was four years in the making, and initial planning started nearly a year ago. Visit the Business section of […]
After four years of preparation, a B-1B, a B-2, and a B-52 roared over the crowd at Super Bowl LV in a first-of-its-kind flyover.
The US Air Force now fields some of the most advanced bombers that have ever flown and is working on the next one to join its fleet. Those aircraft, a cornerstone of the US’s ability to dominate battlefields, are the result of decades of innovation. Below you can learn more […]