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VIDEO: US Stealth Bomber Refuels Over Cornwall
8:02am 19th June 2014
Is it a bird?
Is it a plane?
No - it is a US stealth bomber refuelling in mid-air over Cornwall.
The military jet designed to be invisible to enemy radar was videoed over RAF St Mawgan on Wednesday afternoon.
The 737 million dollar B-2 Spirit was used in Afghanistan and is one of two currently based in the UK.
It was connecting with a refuelling boom as part of a training exercise.
Video by Senior Airman Laura Yahemiak.
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