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U.S. Air Force Just Resurrected a 60-Year-Old B-52 Bomber from its 'Boneyard' to Fight Another Day

The bomber will replace the B-52 that crashed in Guam three years ago, bringing the size of the B-52H fleet back to 76, the maximum permitted by US-Russia arms control agreements. ( More...

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Cansojr 2
They say when the other bombers retire it wiill be the B52 that take them to the bone yard.


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