China Reveals ‘God of War’ Stealth Bomber That Can Fly 5,000 Miles Non-Stop To Nuke US Air Bases
The Sun - CHINA has revealed a new stealth bomber capable of hitting major US bases in the Pacific with nuclear weapons.
The 5000-mile range of the Xian H-20 means it is able to strike Guam and other key facilities, making it a “game changer” in the words of one expert.
The development of the bomber has been kept under wraps by the Chinese authorities.
But new images have now revealed in the magazine Modern Weaponry, which is run by state-owned defence corporation China North Industries Group.
The publication describes the aircraft a “the god of war in the sky” and computer generated images show its remarkable similarity to the US B-2 ‘Spirit’ stealth bomber, introduced in the 1990s.
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