B2 bomber crashes on takeoff

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Greg J.
31,923 Views 8 years ago

I remember seeing one of these planes flying during a 4th of July celebration in Boston and wondering how it managed to stay in the air and after watching this crash it makes sense that they started phasing them out.

44 Comments
  • zisisub June 7, 2008

    ...

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  • madgr33nz420 June 7, 2008

    100% death...I mean SUCCESS rate!!!

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  • stoner6 June 7, 2008

    not your typical model airplane crash

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  • forgottenwun June 7, 2008

    goodbye 2.2 billion dollars. goodbye beautiful airplane. = (

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  • wickedwithin June 7, 2008

    we're not doing a very good job at taking technology from the aliens

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  • twirler June 7, 2008

    OUR TAXES HARD AT WORK

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  • bloo-4-u June 7, 2008

    the pilot was getting head.

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  • merlin1313 June 7, 2008

    It's probably the same dude that crashed the helicopter. Good thing for the three strike rule

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  • bucknuts June 7, 2008

    you can't see'um on radar cuz their not up there!

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  • kingjeffishere June 7, 2008

    Dammit! You don't pull up until sector 7 jackass!

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  • gon_o_rea_drip June 7, 2008

    nice bombers piece of shit though.

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  • osterius June 7, 2008

    That actually had nothing to do with the plane...if you notice the pilot pulled up too sharp too soon...in other words, hes a dumbass.

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  • rubberpants June 7, 2008

    probably a computer malfunction as that plane is fly by wire. seen the 2 man crew eject.

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  • richonaids June 7, 2008

    boom.

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  • hatedogs June 7, 2008

    Holy departure stall, Batfuck. That's an expensive ball of fire. I wonder how many plastic pussy substitutes you could by with the insurance money.

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  • madbasturd June 7, 2008

    And to think some genius puts NUCLEAR weapons on board.. nice camera work too.. THE PLANE CRASH IS ON THE LEFT YA FUCKWIT

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  • maddog99 June 7, 2008

    Made in China.

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  • skinafuckerrus June 7, 2008

    there is nothing awsomer to add to this.the awsomesness if its awsomnisity is awsome enough.

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  • shimmery315 June 7, 2008

    the batplane had the screamers.

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  • crocfuckmee June 7, 2008

    shit...One of those things costs more than my countries gross national product over about ten years!

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  • cuda1179 June 7, 2008

    Greg, what are you smoking? It's the B-1 that is being phased out, not the B-2. TOTALLY different planes.

    The B-2 can NOT actually be stalled-out. It's computer navigation makes it impossible. That being said, these guys did fuck up a take off so much it was more than they and the machine could handle.

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  • ikill June 7, 2008

    youre fired

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  • fuckedinfresno June 7, 2008

    John Travolta films the opening scenes for Broken Arrow II...

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  • mouser June 7, 2008

    our hard eraned dollars up in smoke

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  • assholistic June 8, 2008

    that is something like a Billion dollars up in smoke. Thems spendy

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  • d90girl June 8, 2008

    Uhmmm.....OOPS

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  • killingspree June 8, 2008

    drunk people are awesome.

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  • sic-kkk-unt June 8, 2008

    When i said dont drink and drive smoke and fly i didnt mean literally BITCH!

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  • ouch June 8, 2008

    hire a new camera man while your at it

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  • babaganoush June 8, 2008

    Should have joined the Navy.

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  • iwantmythc June 8, 2008

    STUPID ASS PULLED UP TO HARD!!!

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  • jctbay June 8, 2008

    no ejection in the Champagne Room!

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  • chance June 8, 2008

    $1.4 billion actually. These stats are pretty easy to look up guys. Beats guessing and being wrong. If you watched the news youd have heard that one many times. This was caused by moisture blocking sensors causing computer error. Its actually an interesting fact that they couldnt get this plane to fly using traditional technology. It must be controled by computers to be stable. I.E. no computer = crash.

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  • godless1 June 8, 2008

    That wasn't one of the pilot's better days.

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  • chad1 June 9, 2008

    they arent phasing these out. lol what would they phase in? all the rest are here at whiteman... they are still killing towlies!

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  • cuda1179 June 9, 2008

    Chance, you CAN get a flying wing to work without a computer, it's just a pain in the ass. The Northrop XB-35 had the same wieght, length, wingspan, and was still able to fly in the 50's.

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  • tripod June 9, 2008

    HE JUST ROTATED AND TRIED TO CLIMB OUT TOO SOON, WITHOUT ENOUGH AIRSPEED. TOO STEEP A CLIMB, STALLED AND FELL. THAT'S ALL. (LACK OF) SPEED KILLS.

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  • wldlifcons June 9, 2008

    Hey....whats this red button for???

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  • chance June 10, 2008

    I know you can get a flying wing to fly Cuda. the Germans did it in the 1930's. I said they couldnt get "this" plane to fly without a computer. Ive seen several shows on this plane on the history channel and military channel. all other flying wing designs had a tail for stability, this one dosent because of radar signature, and is therefore less stable and needs the computer to make quick computations to compensate. I am not makeing this up.

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  • chance June 10, 2008

    And tripod needs to watch the news. the report came out this week that it was caused by computer failure due to moisture in sensors, as i said. Also, you cant stall this jet, it wont let you.

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  • chance June 10, 2008

    Check out militaryfactory for info on this issue. The third paragraph on the B-2 Spirit page addresses both the need for computers for flight, and its inability to stall because of these computers.

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  • rodeye2 June 11, 2008

    top gun

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  • chad1 June 12, 2008

    actually tripod according to the press release moisture got into a couple of the sensors, supposedly, and was sending false info to the main computer... nothing the pilot could do.

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  • mylarjorgen June 17, 2008

    Damn bitch, it's going to take weeks to get that grass back in good condition now.

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