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Navy 'Doomsday Plane' Spotted in Colorado




More recently, the service began another modernization program to extend the life of the aircraft from 27,000 flight hours to 45,000 flight hours, according to the organization-In case you were wondering where the moniker "doomsday plane" comes from, the planes serve as airborne command posts for strategic forces and relay communications for the service's fleet of 14 Ohio-class ballistic missile submarines. Each sub can carry up to two dozen Trident D5 nuclear missiles.

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