[Video] Nellis Air Force Base’s Red Flag: B-1 Lancers’ night departureJan 28 2013 - 1 CommentBy David CenciottiCurrently 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 articlesU.S. Air Force to turn combat planes into flying wireless routersU.S. Air Force to triple airspace for B-1, B-52 bomber training. Talks with FAA, American Indian tribes in progressU.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 Subscribe to Blog via EmailEnter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. Email Address 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!