The B-2 Spirit will be replaced by the US Air Force’s New Stealth Bomber, shown here

Here’s the US Air Force’s New Stealth Bomber to Replace the B-2 Spirit

The B-21 Raider, the Air Force’s next stealth bomber, will be unveiled to the public for the first time in early December, Air Force acquisition chief Andrew Hunter said Tuesday.

Hunter, during a roundtable with reporters at the Air Force Association’s Air Space Cyber conference, revealed the B-21′s rollout will take place sometime during the first week of December. Other details of the roll-out are still being finalized, he said.

Here’s the US Air Force’s New Stealth Bomber to Replace the B-2 Spirit

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