For the first time in the 30-year history of the B-2 stealth bomber, video footage of the cockpit during flight is available for viewing.
A product of Dallas-based film producer and radio personality Jeff Bolton, this historic video shows the full array of instrumentation in this technological wonder, as well as a dramatic in-flight refuelling from inside the cockpit of America’s most secret aerial weapon.
The B-2 stealth bomber often deploys internationally, and also flies up to 44-hour round trip missions around the world from its home base at Whiteman Air Force Base in Missouri.
“In an era of rising tensions between global nuclear powers – the United States, China, Russia, and North Korea – this timely video of is a vivid reminder of the B-2’s unique capabilities,” said producer Jeff Bolton in a e-mails ent to the UK Defence Journal, “No other stealth bombers are known to exist in the world.”
To learn more about Bolton’s experience of what it’s like to fly and film as a civilian in the cockpit of the B-2 stealth bomber, visit jeffbolton.org
Additional footage of the B-2 cockpit in-flight, as well as cockpit photographs is also available, thank you to Jeff Bolton for making this available to us.