In short, no one can stop it. The purpose of the B-21 is too obvious

The B-21, which will make its maiden flight in August this year, has a simple, two-pronepurpose: to intimidate and maintain absolute superiority, and from what has been revealed so far, the B-21 will do exactly that.First of all, the B-21 can fly 10,000 to 12,000 kilometers without refueling and can carry a heavy nuclear payload, so the B-21 will be an important part of the U.S. nuclear triad.The B-21 would be a perfect match for the Air Force’s existing B-1 Lancer, B-2 Ghost, and B-52 Stratofortress strategic bombers.Also, it’s not the B-21’s hardware that matters most, but its software, which we’ll start with.Yes, it can be flown without a pilot.Late last year officials said the B-21 Raider could not only drop bombs but also become a mother aircraft for drones, guiding them through complex missions across hostile territory, fully automated.The U.S. military says the B-21’s role is like that of an instructor, flying over disputed areas and bombing directly, and that the B-2 has some disadvantages, such as a lack of maneuverability and low altitude speed.As reported on November 17 last year, the B-21 can not only carry out conventional and nuclear bombing missions, but also serve as an aerial command platform for drones, a stealth “mine-in-the-air” and even launch critical hypersonic weapons.The US media directly laid their cards on the table, saying tw what conflict broke out, the B-21 could easily fly under the nose of the S-400 air defense system and bury fast strike mines.By the way, Australia is also keen to buy the B-21.Australia says the B-21 has a combat radius of about 5,000 kilometers without aerial refueling.This would allow it to operate from deep within Australia and still cover all of the archipelago to its north-west, including the South China Sea, Australia’s South Pacific neighbours and the gap between Guam and Papua New Guinea.The Revelations all led Australia to say that the B-21 could provide a broad strike effect, with a hybrid strike fleet of four aircraft likely to carry around 40 to 50 long-range maritime attack weapons, which would inflict unacceptable losses on any maritime or amphibious task force.If the target is an opponent’s forward operating base, the first wave of aircraft can use long-range out-of-zone weapons to destroy the opponent’s air defense systems (including ground aircraft), and each subsequent wave of bombers can drop about 80 precision-guided JDAM bombs.By 2030, the US Air Force will be building a fleet of 100 B-21 bombers, with a price tag of around $200 billion. All in all, the US military’s rhetoric is very proud.Point to…You should know who I’m talking about.By the way, the U.S. Air Force intends to make the F-35 a “stealth nuclear bomber” after conducting a nuclear bombing test late last year.A lot of fighters can actually launch nuclear weapons, but they’re not stealth fighters.As a final note, all of the above information is from the US military and authoritative US military media. The US military has said, “We will only disclose a little information, and this is for the Congress. The rest is not for us to disclose, and it is strictly classified.”

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