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Stealth Building

Stealth Building

A building near Adelaide shaped like a stealth bomber
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F-117

F-117

F-117 Stealth Fighter/Bomber undergoing repairs.
Rating of 3.507/21/20052,652Google Earth Logo
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F117 - invisible bomber - in Serbia

F117 - invisible bomber - in Serbia

On 27th of March, 1999, on 4th night of NATO campaign against Serbia, F117, "invisible" stealth bomber was shot down by Serbian SA-3 surface-to-air missile.
Rating of 3.12511/16/20052,956Google Earth Logo
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Aerial Picture of the B-2 Bomber Crash at Anderson AFB

Aerial Picture of the B-2 Bomber Crash at Anderson AFB

Pictures of the B-2 crash site at Andersen AFB, Guam show that the composite-body stealth bomber survived the Feb. 23 crash and subsequent fire largely intact. This picture was taken by an airline passenger (who asked not to be identified) as he flew past the base.

Update: Videolink for youtube added.
Rating of 3.2503/14/20087,002Google Earth Logo
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B1-B bomber, Guam

B1-B bomber, Guam

This is a shot of a B1-B bomber at Andersen Airbase, wings out, sitting on the taxiway.
Rating of 4.508/01/2006605Google Earth Logo
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Former RAF Burn

Former RAF Burn

RAF Burn became a bomber base within No. 4 Group, Bomber Command. Construction began in late 1941 and despite topographical limitations , the three runways were laid. The main strip was 5,700 feet (1737 mtrs) in length, running almost due north/south and the two intersecting runways being 4,620 feet (1400 mtrs) and 4,290 feet (1300 mtrs) respectively and the perimiter track had 36 heavy bomber ...
No rating yet11/25/2008227Google Earth Logo
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Bomber Command over Wizernes

Bomber Command over Wizernes

Lancaster bomber over Wizernes V-weapons site during the daylight raid of 20 July 1944.
No rating yet07/21/20091,072Google Earth Logo
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Biscuit Bomber

Biscuit Bomber

And C-47 sitting in the grass at Minot International Airport. Biscuit Bomber is the nickname given to the Douglas DC3.
No rating yet03/20/2006540Google Earth Logo
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Bomber Base, Irkutsk, Russia

Bomber Base, Irkutsk, Russia

A Soviet nuclear bomber base covered by the START treaties.
Long range bombers were based here during the cold war.
Rating of 308/19/2005498Google Earth Logo
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Wrecked Canberra Bomber

Wrecked Canberra Bomber

A broken and jumbled Canberra Bomber at Barkston Heath, England.
Rating of 409/15/20073,979Google Earth Logo
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Bomber Over Ludwigshafen

Bomber Over Ludwigshafen

This is a US Bomber flying a mission over the BASF plant in Ludwigshafen am Rhein in Germany.
Rating of 3.62507/19/20061,442Google Earth Logo
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Saint Vith during an RAF bomardement in December 1944

Saint Vith during an RAF bomardement in December 1944

26 December 1944
The weather at last improved and allowed Bomber Command to intervene in the Ardennes battle. 294 aircraft - 146 Lancasters, 136 Halifaxes, 12 Mosquitos - of all the bomber groups (not No 100 Group) attacked German troop positions near St Vith. This was the first time since mid-October that aircraft from all the bomber groups had joined together in one raid. The bombing a...
Rating of 510/23/2008593Google Earth Logo
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