A B-52 bomber sits on the tarmac at Andersen Air Force Base in northern Guam where they fly to demonstrate U.S. air power in the Pacific near contested islands in the East China Sea that China and Japan have both claimed.
A B-52 bomber sits on the tarmac at Andersen Air Force Base in northern Guam where they fly to demonstrate U.S. air power in the Pacific near contested islands in the East China Sea that China and Japan have both claimed. Tiffany Tompkins-Condie McClatchy
A B-52 bomber sits on the tarmac at Andersen Air Force Base in northern Guam where they fly to demonstrate U.S. air power in the Pacific near contested islands in the East China Sea that China and Japan have both claimed. Tiffany Tompkins-Condie McClatchy

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