In late 1986, the US Air Force introduced the B-1B Lancer to serve as a long-range multi role strategic bomber. The B-1B is capable of a maximum speed of Mach 1.25. There are three internal weapons bays that can be used for conventional bombs, cruise missiles, short-range attack missiles and nuclear bombs. The B-1B named Boss Hawg (Tail # 84-0051) is the 10th airframe produced.
Model features variable position wings, pad printed markings and display stand.