WHAT MAKES THE B-2A STEALTHY?

James C Goodall provides an insight into the stealthy design of the B-2A Spirit

STEALTH SPECIAL

Spirit of Ohio performing a fly-by at an airshow at McChord Field on Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington
Norman Graf

The first B-2A Spirit entered service with the USAF on December 17, 1993 and its distinctive bat-wing shape and capabilities have become imprinted on people’s minds. The type serves with the 509th Bomb Wing and Missouri Air National Guard’s 131rd Bomb Wing, both located at Whiteman AFB

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