Darrow, Barbara
April 1989
Design News;4/24/89, Vol. 45 Issue 8, p66
Trade Publication
Highlights the B-2 bomber, a subsonic jet designed with stealth capability for the U.S. Air Force operations by Northrop Corp. Features of the aircraft; Theories on the limitation of the bomber's stealth; Appropriations for the bomber.


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