Hi Jordan, thanks
We have had a number of B-2 aircraft visit Amberley Air Force base over the last few months, had not seen them before.
News articles quote last weekend:
The iconic stealth aircraft, from the Pacific Air Forces (PACAF), are visiting as part of an initiative to improve interoperability between the US Air Force and the RAAF.The B-2s will be joined by “several” KC-135 Stratotanker refuelling aircraft.
New aircraft arriving from Whiteman Air Force Base in Missouri over the last two days included:
Hope to see more.
- 82-1068 ‘Spirit of New York’ as RAVE11;
- 82-1070 ‘Spirit of Ohio’ at RAVE12
- 82-1067 ‘Spirit of Arizona as RAVE21;
- 90-0040 ‘Spirit of Alaska as RAVE22.
Apologizes for not posting sooner. I was just going to say that I don't watch the national news broadcast because 99% of the time they're talking about something going on in Washington D.C., New York City, or Los Angeles, not where I live. If I watch the local news, it's only for the weather. And I'm not a big fan of the local news anyway because when Special Olympics Georgia, which is the state level of Special Olympics USA, decided that Dalton, Georgia would hold the state games, a small group Dalton Parks and Recreation employees who advocated for Dalton to be the location of the state games, of which my mom was a member of, decided to have a press briefing about the announcement. Keep in mind that this was not long after the economic recession, and around the same time Dalton had the highest unemployment rate in the country, so this event was going to bring a boost to the local economy and help those effected by the recession. However, when the news broadcast showed the press briefing, they had it as 'filler' material, as a neighborhood shooting took the place intended for the press briefing, spending only thirty seconds on an event that'll help the local economy and spending several minutes on something that'll drive people away from a neighborhood. That's what irritated me about the news, willing to put ratings before the communities they serve.