None Injured From The B-2 Bomber Crash In Missouri
The United States Air Force confirmed that A B-2 Spirit bomber crashed on the runway of Whiteman Air Force Base, Missouri due to a malfunctioning of the aircraft during a training flight last Tuesday night.
Air Force Global Strike Command spokesperson Jennifer Greene said that no one was injured or there was no fire on the crash site. The bomber aircraft was damaged. However, the amount of damage done was not made public.
The B-2 Spirit bombers of the United States Air Force can carry both general and nuclear weapons. A pilot and a mission commander can ride the B-2 and the spokesperson Greene did not mention how many people were inside the aircraft when the crash happened. However, she said that the bomber was not carrying any weapon.
She also refrained from answering the question “what was the malfunction of the aircraft?” since the investigations by the Air Force are ongoing.