# 3) B-29 Super Fortress: United States
The B-29 is the best remembered bomber for dropping the nuclear warheads on Hiroshima and Nagasaki which lead to the end of World War II, It was much advanced than any other surgical/ strategic bomber of that era, it featured sweptback fuselage, and the crew cubicle was pressurized and fitted with bullet-proof glass. The B-29 was used extensively in unadventurous bombing missions against the Japanese. The B-29 had a capability to travel 3,500 miles and can achieve an operational height of 31,850 feet at a top speed of 358 miles per hour. It could carry a massive pay load of about 20,000 pounds of bombs and loaded with 12.5 caliber machine guns and a 20 mm cannon.
# 2) Nothrup Grumman B-2 Stealth Bomber: United States
The B-2 Stealth Bomber also known as the Spirit Bomber, is the only U.S. aircraft that combines long range, large destructive payload and stealth on a single podium, giving it the ability to deliver the air supremacy anywhere in the globe. It can fly more than 6,000 nautical miles unrefueled and more than 10,000 nautical miles with just one aerial refueling. With its ability to carry more than 20 tons of unadventurous and nuclear ordnance and deliver it accurately under any weather circumstances, the B-2 also has the capability to change the consequence of a skirmish with a single mission.
The B-2 Spirit bomber is a stealth technology posed forth for the first time by the government of the United States, providing plane with a coating of special composite laminate and some blackish paint making the B-2 Spirit almost invisible to radar. The heavy cost of production i.e. 2.2 U.S.D per aircraft makes the awesome technology unreachable for other countries, which cannot afford it.
# 1) Boeing B-52 Stratofortress: United States
The Boeing B-52 Stratofortress or also known as the Buff. It is a tribute to the U.S. Air Force and to the General Curtis LeMay who always wanted a very massive and huge strike bomber for U.S. forces, The B-52 Super Stratofortress is the most maneuverable bomber in the history, the B-52 has a top speed of 650 miles per hour making its opponent stun after seeing such a huge war machine, can travel a notable distance of 8,000 miles and having the capability to carry a massive pay load of 70,000 pounds of bombs, the most mortal bomber ever created in the history of aircrafts, loaded and armed with special nuclear weapons, cruise missiles and precision bombs. The first prototype of B-52 took flight in the year 1952 and is still in service and has promised U.S. to serve till 2040. No comparison has been ever produced yet which can challenge colossal B-52.