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USAF B-1B bombers in rare Bosnia flyover amid Kosovo tensions

Two US Air Force B-1B Lancer bomber aircraft flew low over Sarajevo and other cities in Bosnia and Herzegovina on May 30,...
B-1B Lancer bombers return to Guam

US Air Force B-1B bombers return to Guam for task force...

US Air Force B-1B Lancer bombers landed at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, on October 18 for a second round of operations...
Bone refueling

US Air Force B-1 bombers fly fisheries missions in South America

US Air Force B-1B Lancer bombers took off from Dyess Air Force Base on September 7 in support of a bomber task...
B-1B on Guam

US deploys four B-1 bombers to Guam

The US Air Force sent four B-1B Lancers to Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, on June 3, 2022, for a Pacific Air...
B-1 fire at Dyess

US B-1 bomber engulfed by fire in Dyess air force base...

A US Air Force B-1B Lancer bomber caught fire during routine engine maintenance at Dyess air force base, the service has confirmed.
US Australian Air Force interoperability training

US B-1 bombers hone operability with Australian Air Force at Darwin...

Two US Air Force (USAF) B-1B Lancer bombers arrived in Australia for training with the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF).
B-1B refueling at Spangdahlem

US Air Force uses VIPER kit for first-ever hot-pit refuel of...

The VIPER kit will allow USAF aircraft to be refueled by partner nations using their own refueling equipment on bases around the world.
Final of 17 B-1B Lancer planned for retirement this year bows out of service

US Air Force wraps up planned retirement of 17 B-1 bombers

The US Air Force Global Strike Command completed the planned retirement of 17 B-1B bombers as the last aircraft departed Edwards Air...
Spectre B-1B Lancer

Second B-1B to retire will serve as maintenance trainer at Tinker...

The retired “Spectre” Lancer left the flight line at Tinker for the last time April 10, 2021, as it was retired and towed to a training pad.
Lancer bomber

First US B-1B bombers start flying again after fleet-wide grounding

The air force grounded all 57 active Lancers in April after discovering defects on an augmenter fuel pump filter housing during an inspection.

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