The United States announced that the B21 bomber station had tested many black technology models.

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 The United States announced that the B21 bomber station had tested many black technology models.


[Global Network Reporter Zuo Tian] On November 16, local time, the U.S. Air Force selected two bases for testing and maintaining the next generation of long-range bomber B-21 Raider.

Tinker Air Force Base in Oklahoma will be responsible for the maintenance and support of the B-21, while Edwards Air Force Base in California will conduct the testing and evaluation of the next generation of long-range bombers, the US Air Force said in a statement on the 17th.

U.S. Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson said Tinker Air Force Base has a talented workforce and decades of aircraft maintenance experience and is the right place to perform this critical task. The report also said that Tinker Air Force Base had profound history and achievements and advanced knowledge and expertise to support a new generation of bombers.

In addition, the Air Force said that Robbins Air Force Base in Georgia and Hill Air Force Base in Utah would assist Tinker Air Force Base in the maintenance of the B-21 and, if necessary, conduct a thorough overhaul and upgrade of the new generation of bombers. These bases will have the capability of refitting parts and assembling bombers and their components.

Similarly, Edwards Air Force Base in the Mojave Desert is at the forefront of keeping the U.S. Air Force in the lead. The base has tested many black technology models, including SR-71 Blackbird and F-117 Nighthawk. U.S. Air Force Chief of Staff David Goldfein said testing the B-21 Raider would open a new chapter in history for Edwards Air Force Base.

It is reported that the US Air Force expects the first B-21 bombers to be on 2025. The Air Force Times says it expects to buy at least 100 B-21 bombers at a unit price of no less than $600 million. According to the U.S. military, the new generation of strategic bombers is named B-21, which means the first bomber in the 21st century. The U.S. military has been highly confidential about the development of the B-21, and there is still no actual B-21 map published. Northrop-Grumman, the manufacturer, only published the computer design of the model on its website. According to military observers, the B-21 will become the main bomber model of the U.S. Air Force in the future, and hypersonic speed and high stealth may be its important technical advantages. In addition to long-range strike, intelligence gathering, battlefield command and air interception will also be carried out. Source: Global Times - World Wide Web. More brilliant, please log on to http://www.huanqiu.com editor in charge of World Wide Web: Ren Ziwei _NBJS7432

It is reported that the US Air Force expects the first B-21 bombers to be on 2025. The Air Force Times says it expects to buy at least 100 B-21 bombers at a unit price of no less than $600 million.

According to the U.S. military, the new generation of strategic bombers is named B-21, which means the first bomber in the 21st century. The U.S. military has been highly confidential about the development of the B-21, and there is still no actual B-21 map published. Northrop-Grumman, the manufacturer, only published the computer design of the model on its website.

According to military observers, the B-21 will become the main bomber model of the U.S. Air Force in the future, and hypersonic speed and high stealth may be its important technical advantages. In addition to long-range strike, intelligence gathering, battlefield command and air interception will also be carried out.