In the "Oh, by the way" segment. The U. S. Air Force Museum has the structural test specimen (Iron Bird) of the B-2. Right now, the only way to see it is to take the behind the scenes tour, which are on Friday afternoons during the summer months. It looks like a big blob. No wings, gear, and a lot of fairings missing. In addition, there were a lot of things (strain gauges??) all over it.
Once the Kettering Gallery opens (April, 2003), the B-2 will be placed on display. Right now, it is supposed to be next to the B-1A that the museum also has. These airplanes will not be in the Kettering Gallery, but once that opens the museum will be going through a major realignment of most of its displays. The gallery will only be about 200,000 sq. ft. in area. Sigh, hardly enough room to display an Aerona C-3. LOL!!