B-1A

B-1B Instrument Flight Controls Specialist recalls when a Lancer Weapons Crew was crushed between B-1B’s Bomb Bay Doors (Luckily, he survived the incident)

B-1B Instrument Flight Controls Specialist recalls when a Lancer Weapons Crew was crushed between B-1B’s Bomb Bay Doors (Luckily, he survived the incident)

The B-1A The B-1A was initially developed in the 1970s as a replacement for the B-52. Four prototypes of this… Read More

1 week ago

Tu-160 Blackjack Vs B-1 Lancer: Copy or Not?

Sure enough, the Tupolev Tu-160 Blackjack and the Rockwell International B-1 Lancer look quite similar at first glance. Sure enough,… Read More

2 years ago

Charles “Charlie” Bock, the First Man to Fly the B-1A, Passed Away

Charles “Charlie” Bock and his crew made the first flight of the B-1 on Dec. 23, 1974. He accumulated 600… Read More

4 years ago

Boeing to upgrade USAF B-52, B-1 strategic bombers

Work, which is expected to be completed by Apr. 11, 2029, will be performed at Boeing's plant in Oklahoma City.… Read More

5 years ago

INTERESTING PHOTO SHOWS B-1A FIRST FLIGHT

The 70-minute, 250-mile flight path was within reach of the Rogers Dry Lake runways during which B-1A basic flight evaluation… Read More

6 years ago

SOME INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT B-1A FOURTH PROTOTYPE

Four prototypes of the B-1A Mach 2.2 strategic bomber were developed and tested in the mid-1970s, but the program was… Read More

7 years ago