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US B2 bomber deploys Hawaii for the first time to prevent the Guam base from being bombed

US B2 bomber deploys Hawaii for the first time to prevent the Guam base from being bombed

Original title: US military B2 bomber deployed Hawaii for the first time to prevent the Guam base from being bombed

US military B2 bomber

According to Taiwan's "China Times" reported on the 7th, the US Air Force announced the completion of the first normal deployment of the B-2 stealth strategic bomber in Hawaii. It allegedly conducted a joint tactical drill with the F-22 stealth fighter during deployment to prepare for a counterattack against the enemy at the Hawaiian base when the Guam Air Force Base was attacked.

According to the report, from August 15 to September 27, the US Air Force's three B-2 bombers and about 200 Air Force personnel were deployed to the Hikham Joint Base in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii for the first time to support the task formation and training of the US Strategic Command. The report mentioned that both B-2 and F-22 have invisibility and can be the perfect partner for bombing and escort. The F-22 can also provide battlefield information and guidance for the B-2, and related joint training can help improve the ability of cooperation and coordination among pilots. During the deployment period, the "hot refueling" tactics were also concentrated. The bomber was refueled without stopping the engine after landing, which could shorten the time for the bomber's ground to carry out logistics work and reduce the window period of missile attack.

US military B2 bomber deployed Hawaii for the first time to prevent the Guam base from being bombed


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