North Korea Is Putting Its Rockets on Standby for Fire After the US…

According to Reuters, North Korea has readied its rockets to attack US military bases in South Korea and the Pacific Ocean after the US made a show of force earlier today by flying stealth bombers over South Korea. Kim Jong Un had apparently signed off an order for North Korea's rockets to be "on standby for fire". » 3/28/13 10:57pm 3/28/13 10:57pm

New B-2 Bomber Crash Photos Show Carnage Up Close

Joe Pappalardo got some crisp, high quality military close-ups of the Spirit of Kansas, the $1.2 billion stealth B-2 bomber that crashed in Guam last February. We published other images of the crash scene before (because we like to see a billion dollars burning), but all the mess was cleaned up then. Here you can see… » 7/15/08 10:00am 7/15/08 10:00am

B-2 Bomber Crash Film Finally Released Publicly

Click to viewDo you remember the $1.2 B-2 Stealth Bomber that crashed during take-off? Well now a video has been released of the event. But let me warn you—it's really, really hard watching so much taxpayer cash wastefully go up in flames, especially when the travesty unfolds so slowly. Apparently the plane's sensors… » 6/06/08 10:00am 6/06/08 10:00am

This is What a Wrecked $1.2 Billion B-2 Bomber Looks Like

Remember when we told you about the B-2 Stealth Bomber that crashed in Guam, turning 1.2 billion dollars of plane into a fiery wreck? Well, now we have pictures of it, and it ain't pretty. Feast your eyes on one of the most expensive accidents ever and be thankful it wasn't you who had to explain what happened to your… » 4/10/08 2:27pm 4/10/08 2:27pm

B-2 Stealth Bomber Crashes, 1.2 Billion Dollars Turn to Smoke

A B-2 Bomber, probably the coolest aircraft ever created after the Lockheed A-12, has crashed for the first time ever. Its name was the Spirit of Kansas and it was one of the 21 $1.2 billion Northrop Grumman stealth planes ever manufactured. It fell to the ground right after take-off for "unknown reasons" at the… » 2/24/08 12:00pm 2/24/08 12:00pm