The high-speed bomber is nothing like Northrop Grumman’s heir for the B-2, the Secret X bomber or Boeing/Lockheed Martin’s own long-range bomber. It’s just a concept for now, so there are absolutely no details — but I guess this beast would fly supersonically and can deliver a few nukes to anywhere in the world in about four or five hours. The Dew Line
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