Happy Sunday, FighterSweep Faithful! We know the articles have been coming through in a trickle for the past couple weeks, but please bear with us; we’ve been on the road doing our thing and generating original content for your eyes and imagination to feast upon, and we promise you won’t be disappointed! So with that said, how many fans of the B-1B Lancer do we have out there?!

After all of the U.S. Navy cruise videos we’ve shared, it’s about time the U.S. Air Force stepped up and produced something to give our Tailhooker brethren a good run for their money. And while they’ve cooked up some tasty morsels in the past, they were definitely due. Did they deliver? Holy. Buckets.

Simply stated? The bar has been set, ladies and gentlemen. What an absolutely fantastic production, and our hats are definitely off to our good friends in the 37th Bomb Squadron from Ellsworth Air Force Base in Rapid City, South Dakota. This video shows all facets of deployed life and not just for the aircrews, but for the maintainers, life support, and other mission-essential components.

A Rockwell (Boeing) B-1B Lancer from the 37th Bomb Squadron takes off from Nellis AFB during a Red Flag exercise in 2012. (Photo by Scott Wolff)
A Rockwell (Boeing) B-1B Lancer from the 37th Bomb Squadron takes off from Nellis AFB during a Red Flag exercise in 2012. (Photo by Scott Wolff)

These very competent and capable men and women have returned recently from a trip downrange, where they’ve been handling their business in raining harsh judgement on Daesh…Bone style! So without belaboring the point, check this video out and go along with the Tigers as they ceaselessly prosecuted their mission supporting the CFACC’s objectives.

You’ll be happy you did!

 

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