US Air Force Sends 2 B-1Bs On Mission In South China Sea

US Air Force has sent two B-1B Lancer bombers in South China Sea on May 26 as part of a Bomber Task Force mission.

β€œ2 B-1Bs from Dyess AFB conducted a mission in the South China Sea on May 26 as part of a Bomber Task Force mission, showcasing their ability to fly, sail, & operate anywhere international law allows, at the time and tempo of our choosing,” US Pacific Air Force tweeted on Wednesday.

These missions demonstrate ability of US Air Force to hold any target at risk, anytime, and anywhere in the world.

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