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First Look at the B-21 Raider: USAF Unveils Mid-Flight Image

First Look at the B-21 Raider: USAF Unveils Mid-Flight Image

First Mid-Flight Image of B-21 Raider Released by USAF

The B-21 Raider, a state-of-the-art stealth bomber from the US Air Force, was first introduced to the public in December 2022. It is currently undergoing rigorous testing at the Edwards Air Force Base in California. This innovative aircraft is set to progressively replace the B-1 and B-2 bombers in the latter half of the decade, thereby establishing itself as the mainstay of the US stealth bomber fleet.

USAF Unveils New Images of the B-21

On Wednesday, the USAF shared some exciting new images of the B-21. Since its debut, only a few images have been made public or captured by the public eye:

USAF Showcases B-21 Raider Stealth Bomber

New Photos of B-21 Raider Shared by USAF

Latest Image Shows B-21 Raider Taxiing Prior to Inaugural Flight

First Flight of B-21 Raider Recorded on Video

The B-21 Raider is the first strategic bomber to be introduced by the USAF in over thirty years. It is anticipated to be in service by the mid-2020s, with a production target of 100 aircraft. As the world becomes increasingly multipolar, the US is preparing for potential conflict.

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