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May 02, 2007



According to the Article at AviationWeek.com

This appears to be a interim solution and I may be reading a whole lot into the Air Force's decistion of what they are going to produce, but this may just be a pretty good solution.

This may allow the US to" penetrate enemy territory and persist and survive there long enough to deliver an effective payload" and not spend too much money to do it and still pave the way for a more capable bomber in the future.

Sean Meade

Peter: weak point of your argument: 'not spend too much money' ;-)

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