The B-2 bomber was developed as a successor to the outdated B-52 and as an alternative to the unfavorable B-1 bomber. A special, absorbing coating renders the Stealth bomber invisible to radar. The first flight took place at the Edwards AFB on 17.7.1989. Four General Electric F 118-GE 100 engines give the B-2 a maximum speed of 764 km/h at a service altitude in excess of 15,000 meters. Its range when fully laden is 10.00 km, or about 19,000 km with air refueling. Model details: Authentic SCRAM weapons system; Detailed landing gear; Detailed cockpit; 4 engines; and Detailed transfer. Paint colors needed: Gunship Grey FS36118, Black, White, Light Grey, Silver, and Aluminum.