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Stealth B-2 Bomber Model

Grumman B2 Stealth Bomber Model Airplane

$129.98

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Stealth B-2 Bomber Model


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Museum quality B-2 Stealth Bomber, perfect gift for pilots and collectors.

Model Airplane: B-2 Stealth Bomber Aircraft
Wingspan: 13.25"
Fuselage Length: 5.25"
Scale: 1/150
Manufacturer: Northrop Grumman
Engine: Jet - Turbofan
Era: Iraq War
Branch: United States Air Force (USAF)

Model Airplane Factory offers you this elegant Northrop B2 Bomber model display airplane made from finest kiln-dried mahogany wood. Every Northrop B-2 Bomber model aircraft display wood is a work of art. The Northrop B2 Bomber display plane is meticulously carved and painted to reflect the true detail of the original Northrop B-2 Bomber. After carving the wood, the B-2 Stealth Bomber model wood aircraft display will undergo stages of fine sanding, between primer coats, to produce a silky smooth finish ready for final painting. The details of the B2 Stealth Bomber such as the insignia, logos, body number, and squadron are carefully and artistically painted in the Northrop B2 Bomber wooden airplane display model for precision. The B2 Stealth Bomber model airplane wood display is supplied with a mahogany base for display.


The B-2 started life as a black project known as the High Altitude Penetrating Bomber (HAPB), then became the Advanced Technology Bomber (ATB) and used the project code word Senior Cejay. It later became the B-2 Spirit. An estimated US$23 billion were secretly spent for research and development on the B-2 in the 1980s. An additional expense was caused by changing its role in 1985 from a high-altitude bomber to a low-altitude bomber, which required a major redesign.

The B-2 Stealth Bomber was initially derided by many as being too expensive to risk in combat. However, the aircraft has seen service in three separate campaigns. Its debut was during the Kosovo War in 1999. The B2 Stealth Bomber first introduced the satellite guided JDAM in combat use. Since then, the aircraft has operated over Afghanistan in Operation Enduring Freedom and Iraq in Operation Iraqi Freedom. The raids on Afghanistan saw a first for the aircraft. After flying bombing missions over Afghanistan, the aircraft landed at Diego Garcia, were refueled and had a crew change before another sortie. This was taken a step further during the Iraq campaign when B-2s were based at Diego Garcia.


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