The two planes, flying out of Whiteman Air Force base in Missouri, flew the 13,000 mile round-trip in a "single continuous mission," dropping dummy ordnance on a target range in the South, the US military said in a press release.
What does WAFB stand for?
WAFB stands for Whiteman Air Force Base (Knob Noster, MO)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Mike Nickells releases balloons outside Whiteman Air Force Base near Kansas City, Mo.
Transfer three A-10s to Whiteman Air Force Base, Mo.
Rose Bruner Jones, Public Affairs Committee Week of the Classroom Teacher Celebrations [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Nancy Harris, 4th-grade teacher at Whiteman Elementary Professional Development School Whiteman Air Force Base, MO (left), joined by Karen Foster, Faculty University of Central Missouri, ACEI Week of the Classroom Teacher Committee Chair and Member-at-Large (1) (middle), and Nicole Gadt, PDS intern (right).
From Whiteman Air Force Base, about eighty miles southeast of Kansas City, the planes can be deployed around the world, with the two-person crews flying thirty- to forty-hour missions and refueling in mid-air.
Gates, Whiteman Air Force Base, Missouri, Tuesday, November 20, 2007 Thank you for that warm welcome, Congressman Skelton, and special thanks to Whiteman's Base Community Council for your invitation.
Rick Mitchell, deployed here from the Air Force Reserve Command's 442nd Fighter Wing at Whiteman Air Force Base, Missouri.
B-2 Spirits flew 30-hour, nonstop, round trip missions from Whiteman Air Force Base, Mo.