The Boeing B-52 Stratofortress was originally designed to supercede the B-36 and carry nuclear weapons for the SAC during the coldwar. It never delivered nuclear weapons in combat, but dropped nearly all the weapons tested in the Pacific during the 50/60's including the first air-deliverable H-bomb in 1956. The B-52 entered service in 1954 and has served in every majot conflict since then. It is not expected to be decomsissioned until at least 2040, an unprecedented service length for a military aircraft.
In this October 15, 2008 episode of The Warren Michaels show, Warren is joined by his regular Wednesday evening guest Michael Johns as they discuss the presidential debate and other current events. One of the nation's leading conservative commentators and writers, Michael Johns has served previously as a White House speechwriter, a senior aide to former New Jersey Governor and 9/11 Commission Chairman Tom Kean (R-NJ), and a senior United States Senate aide to U.S. Senator Olympia Snowe (R-ME). He began his career as a policy analyst at the globally-respected Heritage Foundation.