B-1B bombers from the Air Force have just arrived in Guam to send a message to US enemies.

American long-range heavy bombers of the highest caliber have returned to Guarm, and they mean business.

As part of a mission with the primary objective of "deterring potential adversaries and challenging their decision calculus,"

Air Force B-1B Lancer bombers from the 28th Bomb Wing at Ellsworth Air Force Base in South Dakota arrived at Andersen Air Force Base in Guam on Thursday

Following a Bomber Task Force (BTF) deployment in June that saw four aircraft integrate with the Japan Air Self-Defense Force

and Royal Australian Air Force for multilateral training activities, the undisclosed number of Lancers' landing on Guam marks the second rotation to the island this year.

To "offer vital guarantees and collaboration with joint and partner Allies in the region," as 37th Bomb Squadron operations director Lt. Col.

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