• The Air Force just sent the first B-1B bomber to the 'boneyard'

    4 days ago - By Business Insider

    A B-1B takes off from Andersen Air Force Base in Guam, October 11, 2017.
    US Air Force
    The Air Force has taken the first step in its plan to divest 17 B-1B bombers in the coming months, sending the first Lancer to the "boneyard."
    The divestments will reduce the active B-1 fleet to 45 aircraft, and the service plans to retire all of them by 2036.
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    The first B-1B Lancer bomber has headed to the Boneyard, Air Force Global Strike Command announced Wednesday. It's the first step in the Air Force's plan to divest 17 of the bombers in coming...
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