Saturday, February 23, 2008

Hey Press TV

Newsflash: You and your silly propaganda attempts can bite me.

US loses stealth bomber bragging rights.

A recent Air Force B-2 stealth bomber collision recounts the inability of Washington in keeping its high-tech fighter jets in the sky.

The US jet was completely wrecked after crashing into Andersen Air Force Base in the Pacific island of Guam shortly after take-off on Saturday.

According to the Pacific Air Force, the accident left no casualties.

The US Air Force has taken great pride in its 21 stealth bombers which each cost around $1.2 billion.

Conventional and nuclear bombs can be mounted on the aircraft and its high-tech features make radar detection difficult.

Washington is now in dire straits as a result of recent US Air Force accidents.

A Navy EA-6B Prowler from the USS Kittyhawk crashed on Feb. 12 and an Air Force fighter pilot was killed Wednesday after two F-15C jets collided during a training exercise over the Gulf of Mexico