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Impressive photo shows disassembled M-21 Blackbird being transported to the Museum of Flight in Seattle
Cold War Era / Military Aviation / SR-71 Blackbird
Impressive photo shows disassembled M-21 Blackbird being transported to the Museum of Flight in Seattle
B-52 re-engining program will require $11 billion, a 9% jump over previous estimate
Military Aviation
B-52 re-engining program will require $11 billion, a 9% jump over previous estimate
The wings, fuselage, and horizontal stabilizer of this non-flyable B-52H will be used to support modernization efforts on the B-52 fleet
Losses and Aviation Safety / Military Aviation
The wings, fuselage, and horizontal stabilizer of this non-flyable B-52H will be used to support modernization efforts on the B-52 fleet
Impressive photos prove that the Mighty B-52 Stratofortress is still kicking ass 50 years after Operation Linebacker II
Military Aviation
Impressive photos prove that the Mighty B-52 Stratofortress is still kicking ass 50 years after Operation Linebacker II
Minot B-52 returning from global power mission over Middle East diverts to RAF Fairford due to engine failure
Losses and Aviation Safety / Military Aviation
Minot B-52 returning from global power mission over Middle East diverts to RAF Fairford due to engine failure
B-52 Commercial Engine Replacement Program RFP is out. Award Expected July 2021.
Military Aviation
B-52 Commercial Engine Replacement Program RFP is out. Award Expected July 2021.
Rolls-Royce to offer F130 turbofan for B-52 re-engine competition. If it wins, it will build them in Indianapolis.
Military Aviation
USAF plans to buy 608 new engines for B-52 re-engine program to keep the BUFF in service until at least 2050
B-52 Maintainer tells the story of ‘In HARM’s Way’, the BUFF that had its tail Blown Apart by an Anti-Radiation Missile fired by an F-4G Wild Weasel
Cold War Era / Losses and Aviation Safety / Military Aviation
B-52 Maintainer tells the story of ‘In HARM’s Way’, the BUFF that had its tail Blown Apart by an Anti-Radiation Missile fired by an F-4G Wild Weasel
USAF Materiel Command History Office Releases Graphics of Historical efforts to Re-Engine the B-52 Strategic Bomber
Aviation History / Military Aviation
USAF Materiel Command History Office Releases Graphics of Historical efforts to Re-Engine the B-52 Strategic Bomber
Simultaneous B-52 Mission to Indo-Pacific Theater and Unarmed Minuteman III developmental test launch demonstrate US Nuclear Forces Global Strike Capabilities
Military Aviation
Simultaneous B-52 Mission to Indo-Pacific Theater and Unarmed Minuteman III developmental test launch demonstrate US Nuclear Forces Global Strike Capabilities
The story of B-52 Ghost Rider, the first BUFF to be resurrected from AMARG to rejoin USAF Strategic Bomber Fleet
Aviation History / Losses and Aviation Safety / Military Aviation
The story of B-52 Ghost Rider, the first BUFF to be resurrected from AMARG to rejoin USAF Strategic Bomber Fleet
In-Flight Video Shows B-52 During Secret Nuclear Mission Training For the First Time in History
Military Aviation
In-Flight Video Features B-52 During Secret Nuclear Mission Training For the First Time in History
USAF denies that it is preparing to put nuclear-capable B-52 bombers on 24-hour alert
Military Aviation
Once re-engined USAF may redesignate the B-52H as the B-52J
USAF B-52H bomber makes emergency landing at RAF Mildenhall after experiencing an in-flight emergency
Losses and Aviation Safety / Military Aviation
USAF B-52H bomber makes emergency landing at RAF Mildenhall after experiencing an in-flight emergency
Rolls-Royce to offer F130 turbofan for B-52 re-engine competition. If it wins, it will build them in Indianapolis.
Military Aviation
USAF must specify B-52 re-engine contract requirements before getting the funding
B-52 Wise Guy
Military Aviation
Here are the first photos of “Wise Guy,” the second B-52H ever to be taken from AMARG for active service
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