Retired MSgt. James T. Price, a member of the Tuskegee Airmen of World War II fame, died July 20 of injuries sustained in a fall several weeks earlier, according to a July 29 release from Osan AB, South Korea, where Price served as a mentor to airmen and the community. He served with the Tuskegee Airmen as a B-25 gunner. Price continued to serve after the war, with tours in the US, England, and Korea, and retired in 1966. (Osan report by SSgt. Candy Knight)
More than 100 B-21s will be needed if the nation is to avoid creating a high demand/low capacity capability, panelists said on a Hudson Institute webinar. The B-21's flexibility, stealth, range and payload will be in high demand for a wide range of missions, both traditional and new.