Re: Possibly B-21 test flight scanner audio?

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Message posted by greatguess on July 31, 2019 at 7:21:28 PST:

the 168' wide doors of the 2010'ish northrop hangar at groom and the same width doors on the new "drive through" hangar off the taxiway would work PERFECTLY with the 130' guess on the wingspan of the thing described by this article. if the b21 was in the 140' wingspan range that would leave a clearance of 15' on each wingtip going in/out of those buildings. you could put support a fleet of six b21's under cover with those two buildings.... two just inside the doors of the "old" building - two in the "drive through" - two in mod (non flying status) rotated 90 degrees against the east and west walls of the "old" building . from the tow lines painted at the "old" building it looks like it was designed for two aircraft - two outside parking spots. it would be a departure from historic patterns to do a bomber program with only four aircraft but why not? we need to brainstorm this thing and figure out what they are planning....

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In Reply to: Re: Possibly B-21 test flight scanner audio? posted by greatguess on July 31, 2019 at 6:34:55 PST:


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