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The world's first bomber! US to launch B-21 reader bomber in the near future

Reportedly, the US will launch the world's most advanced bomber, the B-21 reader. This stealth aircraft is considered the most advanced in this century.

Since the debut of the B-2 Spirit in November 1988, This has been the first time the US has reintroduced the B-21 stealth bomber.

Currently, the video of the B-21 bomber has not been shown to the public. However, we can only imagine the B-2 to illustrate the B-21 bomber aircraft.

The plan is that the B-21 reader will be exhibited by the company Northrop Grumman at the company's facility in Palmdale, California on December 2, 2022.

In this case, the USAF will not comment in advance on the announcement to be released by Northrop Grumman.

The company also added that the first trial of the B-21 was carried out in May 2022 through ground tests. The tests carried out at that time included material tests to verify the integrity of aircraft construction.

The first flight of the B-21 will be carried out in 2023, a few months after launch, writes Defense News. The B-21 will fly from Plant 42 in Palmdale to Edwards Air Force Base in California where further formal flight tests will be conducted there.

Is it with the presence of the B-21 bomber to be the most powerful on earth? Of course in this case we do not know exactly how the air defense system detects stealth targets.

Russian sources say that Russia's Nebo-M Radar is capable of detecting Stealth targets. Here we are not talking F-35 and F-22 Raptor or other stealth fighter jets. What needs to be considered is how it is possible that the Nebo-M radar is able to detect Stealth targets.

If it is true that the Russian Nebo-M Radar is capable of detecting stealth targets, what is the fate of stealth fighter Jets or even stealth bombers? In this case there are of course no stealth fighter jets and advanced stealth bombers if Capable of being detected by Russian Nebo-M radar.

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