The B-52 bomber is a jet-powered strategic weapons aircraft utilized by the United States Air Force. The B-52 bomber has the capacity to carry up to 70,000 pounds of mixed weaponry, and it has a combat range of close to 9,000 miles without refueling.
The B-25 bomber can be refueled while airborne. This bomber can travel up to 650 miles per hour and can reach a maximum altitude of 50,000 feet. The B-52 bomber was designed and built by Boeing, and it was first used by the Air Force in 1955. As of 2014, the Air Force still uses this bomber, making it the longest-serving combat bomber in the history of the U.S. military.