Missouri Air National Guard pilot reaches 1000 flying-hour milestone in B-2 stealth bomber

After passing his 1000 flying-hour milestone in the B-2, Lt. Col. Ryan Bailey, 131st Bomb Wing, Missouri Air National Guard, stands proudly with members of the 131 Maintenance Group at Whiteman Air Force Base, August 23, 2014. “Today’s flight is about the superb maintenance Airmen in the 131st and 509th Bomb Wings,” Bailey said. “It’s really a 100,000-hour flight because it takes well over 100 hours of great maintenance for every flight hour.” Pictured l to r: Sr. Airman Robert Hawkins III, Sr. Airman Christopher Frye, Lt. Col. Ryan Bailey, Airman 1st Class Ethan Davis, Sr. Airman Jesse Moore, Airman 1st Class Colter Laucks and Master Sgt. Craig Kuzara. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Brittany Cannon/ RELEASED)

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