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B1 Lancer

Messaggio da kompressor » 7 giugno 2007, 16:32

Risulta anche a voi che il B1 possa montare sotto le ali i missili sidewinder??

Se è vero (cosa strana) come potrebbe riuscire ad utilizzarli contro un caccia??

Inoltre sempre il merito al B1 è stato risolto il problema del volo con i portelli della ultima stiva aperti??

ciao

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Messaggio da kompressor » 13 giugno 2007, 13:33

ma nessuno sa niente allora??
...la sinfonia del posto 37 k

Ospite

Messaggio da Ospite » 14 giugno 2007, 18:54

Dalle informazioni in mio possesso, non risulta!!

Ciao

stefanojoy

Messaggio da stefanojoy » 14 giugno 2007, 18:58

nenache a me risulta ma qui urge intervento di Zksimo, Drak ecc ecc

Snap-on

Messaggio da Snap-on » 14 giugno 2007, 18:59

Il mio NOS non mi permette di parlarne! :forcefeed:

Se poi dovessi dirtelo, sarei costretto ad ucciderti! :snipersmile:

Saluti

Steve

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Messaggio da duck44 » 15 luglio 2007, 0:06

Ci hanno provato ma senza risultati. Il profilo è quello di difendersi volando bassi veloci e arrabbiati. Easy.

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Messaggio da richelieu » 8 giugno 2018, 23:39

Riapro questa vecchissima discussione per non doverne aprire una nuova .....

L' USAF ha disposto la messa a terra provvisoria di tutti i B-1B a causa di un problema relativo al sistema di espulsione .....

FlightGlobal ..... https://www.flightglobal.com/news/artic ... es-449335/ .....

AFA ..... http://www.airforcemag.com/Features/Pag ... Flaws.aspx .....

TheAviationist ..... https://theaviationist.com/2018/06/08/r ... stigation/ .....
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Messaggio da richelieu » 21 giugno 2018, 10:02

Dal sito dell' AFA .....
B-1s to Return to Flight This Week .....

Air Force Global Strike Command announced Tuesday that its B-1Bs will return to flight this week following a June 7 grounding, which includes bombers deployed to the Middle East, due to an ejection seat issue.
The grounding gave the command time to “thoroughly evaluate the egress components” and assess risk, the command said in a statement.
“We have high confidence that the fleet’s egress systems are capable and the fleet is ready to return to normal flight operations,” Maj. Gen. Thomas Bussiere, commander of 8th Air Force, said in a release (*).
The grounding was announced following a May 1 incident where a B-1 was forced to make an emergency landing at Midland International Air & Space Port in Texas.
Pictures of the aircraft showed an open hatch above the weapons systems officer’s position, which indicates a possible attempt to eject.
That incident is still under investigation.
US Army Col. Sean Ryan, spokesman for Combined Joint Task Force-Operation Inherent Resolve, said he could not comment on military operations when asked Tuesday about the impact of the grounding and the B-1's return to flight.

- Brian Everstine
(*) ..... http://www.afgsc.af.mil/News/Article-Di ... perations/
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Messaggio da richelieu » 22 giugno 2018, 11:05

Ulteriori dettagli sull' incidente .....

AirForceTimes ..... https://www.airforcetimes.com/news/your ... own-hatch/ .....

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Messaggio da richelieu » 24 aprile 2019, 11:18

Ritorno in servizio ... ma gradualmente ... :walk:
The first B-1B bombers returned to flight this week following a nearly four-week stand-down due to issues with drogue chutes in the aircraft’s ejection seats.
Air Force Global Strike Command said in a Tuesday release (*) that more aircraft are expected to return to flight in the near future as inspections and maintenance are completed, but the command did not say how many aircraft already had returned to flying status.
... airforcemag.com ... "B-1B Fleet Returning to Flight After Extended Grounding" ...

(*) ... afgsc.af.mil ... "AFGSC B-1Bs return to flight" ...

I precedenti ...

... flightglobal.com ... "USAF grounds B-1B Lancer fleet due to safety issues" ...

... flightglobal.com ... "USAF grounds entire B-1B Lancer bomber fleet again" ...
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Messaggio da richelieu » 4 agosto 2019, 0:34

Soltanto SEI ... #-o
Only six of the Air Force’s 61 B-1 bombers are fully mission-capable, a South Dakota senator said July 30.
The B-1 fleet is in the midst of an intensive slate of maintenance work and upgrades.
Of the 61 jets, 15 are in depot maintenance and 39 aircraft are down for inspections or other issues, Sen. Mike Rounds (R-S.D.) said during a Senate Armed Services Committee confirmation hearing for Gen. John Hyten, the US Strategic Command chief who is under consideration to become vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
In response, Hyten implored lawmakers to provide B-1 maintenance funding to reverse the fleet’s problems.
... airforcemag.com ... "Senator: About 10 Percent of B-1s are Fully Combat-Ready" ...
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Messaggio da richelieu » 11 settembre 2019, 18:18

B-1B ... una modifica, per ora sperimentale, che guarda al futuro ...
The US Air Force (USAF) has modified a Boeing B-1B Lancer to enable the bomber to carry larger and heavier weapons, including hypersonic missiles.
The service's 412th Test Wing at Edwards Air Force Base in California showcased a B-1B with the improve weapons capabilities to an undisclosed group of industry partners on 28 August, the USAF says (*).
... flightglobal.com ... "USAF shows larger B-1B weapons capacity for hypersonic missiles" ...

(*) ... afmc.af.mil ... "Expanded carriage demonstration showcases possible B-1B capability" ...

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Messaggio da richelieu » 18 settembre 2019, 11:00

Li ritiriamo ?
Si ... no ... forse ...
Sono troppo usurati ...
Teniamone solo una parte ...
Può darsi ...


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The Air Force likely needs at least 225 bombers, and that means it should probably hang onto the B-1 fleet - if studies show the hard-used aircraft can hold up, Global Strike Command chief Gen. Timothy Ray said at AFA's 2019 Air, Space & Cyber Conference.

Fonte ... airforcemag.com ... http://www.airforcemag.com/Features/Pag ... -Last.aspx ...
The Air Force is considering reducing the B-1 bomber fleet and using the savings to pay for a range of bomber fleet improvements, including a speed-up in the pace of B-21 bomber buys, and more long-range weapons, Chief of Staff Gen. David Goldfein told reporters Sept. 17, giving a limited peek ahead at the fiscal 2021 budget request.
He said he could not “lean forward” with many details because the budget is not yet approved.

Fonte ... airforcemag.com ... http://www.airforcemag.com/Features/Pag ... ments.aspx ...

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Messaggio da richelieu » 23 settembre 2019, 17:23

Saranno i B-52H i sostituti dei B-1B nell'area del Pacifico ... sino a quando i problemi che affliggono il bombardiere supersonico con ala a freccia variabile non verranno risolti ...
The Air Force’s continuous bomber presence in the Pacific will continue to rely on the venerable B-52 for the foreseeable future as Air Force Global Strike Command wrestles with improving the readiness of the B-1B.
Since 2004, the Air Force has kept bombers stationed at Andersen AFB, Guam, with the B-52s and B-1s rotating through the area, with B-2s occasionally deploying for short periods of time.
For the past couple of years, B-52s have been the mainstay at Andersen as AFGSC pulled B-1s back from deployments after flying hard in the Middle East for years at a pace that “broke” the jets, AFGSC boss Gen. Timothy Ray said.

... airforcemag.com ... "B-52s to Remain in Pacific as Global Strike Addresses B-1 Readiness" ...

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