Originally built as a supersonic strategic bomber for delivering nuclear strikes on Moscow, the B-1B Lancer has played a variety of roles for the US Air Force in its nearly 30 years of service. And thanks to a newly upgraded cockpit — including four multi-function colour displays and a modernised Fully Integrated Data Link (FIDL) — the B-One "Bones" of the 7th Bomb Wing are expected to remain in service into the 2030s. [Wikipedia - The Aviationist]
Briefly: B-1B Lancer Gets Upgraded Cockpit
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