In case you didn't know, there's always someone watching. Almost nothing is secret anymore and there's more proof of that on Google Maps as a crash of a B-2 Stealth bomber in Missouri is still visible for anyone that wants to see.

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I saw someone mention this on the Missouri sub-Reddit and they're not wrong. You might recall that we've reported on a couple of B-2 Stealth incidents at Whiteman Air Force Base in Missouri. There was a crash in September of 2021 of one of these elite bombers. It was visible on Google Maps and Google Earth back then and it still is today.

All you need to do is go to this area on Google Maps and zoom in on the runway. This is what you'll see.

Google Maps Satellite View
Google Maps Satellite View

There's quite a bit of detail in what the government is still allowing everyone to see. Do they know that you can request that Google blur out images? Asking for a friend.

There was another incident with a B-2 Stealth bomber at Whiteman Air Force Base in Missouri last December when one of these bombers had to make an emergency landing.

I find it unusual that nearly 2 years later the military hasn't had this image zonked. They're smarter than me (Editor's Note: not breaking news) so I suppose they know what they're doing. In the meantime, enjoy your view of one of the United States ultimate weapons (or what's left of it) sitting alongside a runway in Missouri.

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