Missouri Air National Guard pilot surpasses 1000 flying hours in stealth bomber

Brig Gen. Thomas Bussiere, 509th Bomb Wing commander (center) and Col Michael Francis, 131st Bomb Wing Missouri Air National Guard commander (far left) are among the 131st and 509th members gathered to meet Maj. Luke Jayne as he steps off the B-2 "Spirit of Alaska," Sept 14, 2013, at Whiteman AFB, Mo. Jayne, who recently transferred from the 509th to the 131st, joins an elite group of 35 B-2 pilots who have achieved 1000 or more hours in the B-2 Stealth Bomber. (U.S. Air National Guard Photo by Senior Master Sgt. Mary-Dale Amison/RELEASED)

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