Sonic booms over the plains
PIERRE, SOUTH DAKOTA- The government gave final approval for a huge bomber training area over the Northern Plains with B-2 and B-1 bombers flying in the airspace.
The FAA approved a plan to expand the Powder River Training Complex over North and South Dakota, Montana and Wyoming. Its 35,000 square miles and will be the largest training area in the continental U.S.
B-1 bombers from Ellsworth Air force Base in South Dakota and B-2's from Minot Air Force Base in North Dakota will use the range and its seen as a move to prevent the closing of Ellsworth.
Critics argue it will scare livestock and disrupt rural communities and businesses.
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