Stealth B-2 bomber crashed during takeoff from Andersen Air Force Base

What happens in this video ?

This stealth B-2 bomber crashed during takeoff from Andersen Air Force Base in Guam on February 23rd 2008.
The Air Force's Air Combat Command issued a report blaming the crash on three of the plane's 24 sensors being rendered inoperative due to moisture and feeding bad information to the on-board computer about the plane's altitude and speed. The $1.4 billion aircraft’s computer mistakenly thought the plane was pointed down, generating a command for the nose to suddenly jerk up and causing its left wing to scrape the runway. The two pilots couldn't regain control of the bomber and ejected safely.



#1. $500 mil - not 2 bil. To the Russian guy - Bush had nothing whatsoever to do with this. There's an old saying that applies to people like you: "It's better to be thought of as a fool than to open your mouth & prove it to everyone&
7th September, 2010

good american plane!construct more please!
19th April, 2010

The designers of this B-2 should have thoroughly checked the computer systems and the sensors. On the other hand th USAF should have checked the aircraft, area of take off and damages. Your fault President Bush
10th November, 2008

2 Billion down the drain...
3rd October, 2008
Michael Douglas
Nice ejection. Only a few seconds more and the pilot had been dead. I recommend to watch nice clip.
20th August, 2008