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B-2: The Spirit of Innovation – Free eBook


We have a new free eBook at aeriaA’s library. B-2: The Spirit of Innovation. You can view the book’s description and download it from here.


B2 book portrait

A new book from Northrop Grumman about the people and innovation that created the U.S. Air Force’s B-2 stealth bomber, one of the nation’s most powerful, most survivable – and most valued aircraft.

Written by political analyst and bomber warfare expert Rebecca Grant, the book is based on interviews with current and former Northrop Grumman, U.S. Air Force and Pentagon officials.  It traces the political and engineering passions that fueled the competition to produce a bomber that could defeat increasingly sophisticated Soviet air defense systems of the early ‘80s. This is Grant’s second book about the B-2, following “The B-2 Goes to War,” published in 2001.


“The B-2 was and is unique, a success born out of necessity, and facilitated by a dedicated, capable government-contractor team – a stepping stone to a next generation of air dominance.” – Rebecca Grant

Download it from here.

For more info:

Northrop Grumman website. www.northropgrumman.com/Capabilities/B2SpiritBomber/SpiritOfInnovationBook/Pages/default.aspx

aeriaA’s library. www.aeriaa.com

Stealth planes: www.aeriaa.com/on-the-beginning-of-stealth-planes-from-cold-war-to-iraq/