Will the B-21 Stealth Bomber Force the B-1 Bomber Into Retirement?

The National Interest -

The National Interest—Kris Osborn Security, The Air Force is mapping a two-fold future path for its B-1 bomber which includes plans to upgrade the bomber while simultaneously preparing the aircraft for eventual retirement as the service's new stealth bomber arrives in coming years. How long will the B-1 Bomber remain in service? Will it retire when the B-21 arrives? The Air Force is mapping a two-fold future path for its B-1 bomber which includes plans to upgrade the bomber while simultaneously preparing the...

The Air Force Wants to Add 74 More Squadrons (Think More B-21 Bombers). Sebastien Roblin Security, "Wilson's proposal shows what the air warfare branch considers would be "the minimum necessary" for sustaining a high tempo of global operations, while maintaining numbers and readiness to counter a ‘great power' adversary, i.e., Russia or China."  For long, debates over Air Force spending have revolved around specific platforms and technologies. How many F-35s and B-21s should the Air Force procure? How long should it continue flying its aging B-52s and F-15s?...