While none of the aircraft may fly, the order is technically not an official foundation of the fleet, since each individual aircraft may immediately return to flight operations upon inspection.
will be able to afford the maintenance and aeronautics technicians the necessary time to carefully inspect each aircraft, the Air Force Global Strike Command said in a statement.
"Because these inspections are completed and some problems are solved, aircraft will return to the flight
Global Strike Command would not estimate how long the inspections would take. previous issues with the aircraft's ejection seat that had led to a similar
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