B-2 Bomber

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By photog @ 2005-05-12 20:56:26
Palmdale is the home of Air Force Plant 42, site of Lockheed-Martin's
"Skunk Works" (Lockheed Advanced Development Co., on the west side of
Plant 42), Northrop-Grumman's final assembly plant for the B-2 Stealth
bomber, Rockwell, and other aerospace companies.
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@ 2006-06-09 17:01:35
Gone in GE after the June 8, 2006 update.
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@ 2007-01-20 21:56:39
The actual base for B-2 bombers is Whiteman Airforce Base in Missouri. If there was ever one here, it is now gone.