Stealth pilots, high school students collaborate to create innovative part for $2.2 billion aircraft
Knob Noster High School is just outside the gates of Whiteman Air Force Base, Missouri. Students on the robotics team worked with B-2 pilots to create a protective panel for inside the Stealth Bomber’s cockpit. Each cover is produced on the high school’s 3-D printer and costs $1.25 to make. All 20 B-2s at Whiteman now use these covers. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Kayla White)
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