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- B-1B over desert - close up of a B-1B Lancer bomber over a desert, seen from front left and above. Picture by Aaron Allmon, USAF.
- B-1B pulls away - a B-1B Lancer bomber, rolled right, pulls away at high altitude, showing its sun lit bottom over a clear blue background. Picture by Angelique Perez, USAF.
- B-1B from left - a B-1B Lancer bomber carrying a Sniper targeting pod, flying over rugged mountains, seen from left. Picture by Steve Zapka, USAF.
- B-1 Takeoff - a B-1 Lancer bomber takes off, seen from left, with its landing gear still down. Picture by Michael B. Keller, USAF.
- B-52 air refuel - a B-52 Stratofortress bomber seen from the boom operator's station of a KC-135 Stratotanker as it refuels the bomber in a bright sunny day high over the ocean. The bomber is even reflected from surfaces in the boom operator's station. Picture by Doug Nicodemus, USAF.
- B-1B Lancer flyby 2 - a B-1B Lancer bomber making a low flyby pass from right to left. Picture by Robert W. Valenca, USAF.
- B-52H Stratofortress - a B-52H Stratofortress bomber shortly after takeoff, seen from right. Picture by Michael A. Kaplan, USAF.
- B-1B Flyby - a B-1B Lancer bomber making a low flyby pass at the end of a record breaking flight, seen from front left. Picture by Bobbi Garcia, USAF.
- B-1B turbulence - a dark B-1B Lancer bomber with a big white sphere of turbulence around it and thin white wingtip contrails, seen from below under deep blue sky. Picture by Suzanne M. Jenkins, USAF.
- B-1B bombs - b-1B Lancer strategic bomber releases many parachute retarded bombs over a desert test range from its internal bomb stores. Picture by Steve Zapka, USAF.
- B-1B and F-15 - a B-1B Lancer bomber and an F-15 Eagle fighter in formation, seen from left and below over clear blue sky background and the distant moon. Picture by Greg Davis, USAF.
- B-52 from below - a B-52 Stratofortress bomber seen from below with flaps extended and landing gear starting to open as it approaches landing under clear deep blue sky. Picture by USAF.
- Tu-95 Bear - a Russian Tu-95 Bear Bomber at high altitude off the coast of Alaska, seen from left, escorted by an F-15 Eagle. With eight propellers in four contra-rotating pairs and the most powerful turboprop engines ever built, the 1950s-era Tu-95 remains the fastest propeller-driven aircraft. Picture by USAF.
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