I really should change my personal text
- Oct 25, 2013
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I wouldn’t overly worry about the complex consequences of export B-21s.The treaty would just be between the US and Russia, otherwise the US could ask for China to be included, which opens a whole new can of worms, and is probably the reason there won't be a treaty.Seeing that the B-2 along with the B-52 are both counted in the New Start treaty how would the B-21 be treated especially if Australia and or the United Kingdom flew them? Would those two countries need to be included in the treaty? How would an opponent know in a time of crisis the nationally of a B-21 headed their way and whether or not it had nukes on board? The last heavy bomber the U.S. exported was the B-29. I don't see the B-21 being exported.
IT’S NOT GOING TO HAPPEN.