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  • TheMightyM
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    Wouldn't necessary take much to strike off a B-1B, as there are a number of them in the desert...

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  • kcmh
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    Originally posted by MaxPower
    Have anyone found any photos of it yet.. ???

    Good to hear the crewmembers got out safe...


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  • medic1
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    Glad to hear everyones out safe.......

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  • MaxPower
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    Have anyone found any photos of it yet.. ???

    Good to hear the crewmembers got out safe...

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  • YYZPICS
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    A really great a/c and on of my favs, hope its not damaged beyond repair.

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  • ptbodale
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    Air Canada has a deductable of $5 million.

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  • eagle334
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    I'm really not up on the drag coeffient of a B-1 skidding down a runway, but a mile and a half seems like a long way to slide.

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  • JessNil
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    Thank god they landed safely. !

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  • kcmh
    started a topic Anyone Know the Deductible on a B-1B

    Anyone Know the Deductible on a B-1B

    http://www.af.mil/news/story.asp?storyID=123020113


    5/9/2006 - SOUTHWEST ASIA (AFPN) -- An Air Force B-1B Lancer was heavily damaged during a landing at a forward operating location May 8.

    The aircraft, with its crew of four, slid 7,500 feet before coming to rest on the runway with its landing gear in the retracted position.

    All four crewmembers exited the aircraft safely.

    The B-1B is deployed from Dyess Air Force Base, Texas.
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