The first operational B-1B Lancer equipped with the integrated battle station upgrade was delivered to Dyess Air Force Base last week. It's the biggest improvement to the fleet in the history of the B-1 weapons system.
It's actually three modifications in the cockpit. Officers say it will be help them work more effectively with other forces.
The Defense Department is spending $983 million on the upgrades.
The Air Force officers say it will ensure that the B-1 is a capable and ready bomber through the life of the program scheduled through the year 2040.
Dyess Public Affairs Officers escorted reporters into a B-1 bomber cockpit Friday morning to show them the upgraded systems.
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