The B-1B bomber was an American strategic bomber used by the US during World War II.
Its crew was largely composed of Americans from the United States Air Force.
The bomber had a range of 2,000 miles, which meant it was capable of hitting targets anywhere in the world, including the Soviet Union, China and North Korea.
The B-2A is a twin-engine bomber used for the air campaign in the Pacific and North Africa during the Vietnam War.
The US has spent more than $1 trillion to buy the bombers since World War I. When the war ended, the B-17 was a heavier bomber with a range similar to the B1.
The B1B is a single-engine, twin-engined bomber, similar to its predecessors.
Boeing has said the B2A has the capability to reach the United Kingdom and Germany, but the B17 is not a bomber.
At the height of the Cold War, it was thought the B57 could reach Russia, but that was never built.
Since the 1950s, the United Nations has been trying to develop a reusable bomber that would have the ability to reach any part of the globe.
In the 1980s, Boeing and McDonnell Douglas were awarded the contract to develop the B37, but it was cancelled in 1993 after a technical flaw in the design.
By that time, Boeing was also working on a reusable, low-cost version of the B7A.
With that project, Boeing also made a bid for the B51, the first US bomber.
The B52 was also under development.
It has the range of the Boeing B1 and the weight of the 707 and the ability at high altitudes to carry two B-53s.
As part of its effort to build the B52A and B53B, Boeing is also building a new version of its B-51, called the B61, which is intended to carry the B53.
But the B11, the new B52, and the B12 have all been canceled.
Meanwhile, the US has been working on the B8, the only new bomber to be developed since World Wars II.
The first B-8 flew in the 1950, and in 1960, the last B-9, which had a slightly longer range, was retired.
Its design was influenced by the B22 bomber.
Boeing has also been working with Airbus on the A320, the successor to the Boeing 707.
This was a fighter jet that would carry the 727s, B-27s and B-29s.
Boeing is designing and building a number of the jets.
While the B6 is the only fighter aircraft built since World