[Video] Nellis Air Force Base’s Red Flag: B-1 Lancers’ night departure Jan 28 2013 - 1 Comment By David Cenciotti Currently deployed at Nellis Air Force Base to take part in Red Flag 13-2 are five B-1B Lancer bombers, belonging to the 28th Bomb Squadron of the 7th Bomb Wing, from Dyess AFB, Texas. Here’s the stunning footage of the take off of two “Bones” for a night mission. Simply, stunning. Related articles U.S. Air Force to turn combat planes into flying wireless routers U.S. Air Force to triple airspace for B-1, B-52 bomber training. Talks with FAA, American Indian tribes in progress U.S. Air Force moving two B-2 stealth strategic bombers closer to China “Doomsday” planes will keep U.S. decision makers alive in case of Mayan Apocalypse on December 21st Tags: Nellis Air Force Base, Red Flag, Rockwell B-1 Lancer, U.S. Air Force Radar Nice…oh how i miss the red flags… we (US Marines) used to beat the Air Force up pretty bad!