Title - Advanced Tactical Fighters
This "flying wing" design has no vertical control surfaces. Bank and turn are controlled by a combination of split flaps and inboard elevons. The design dates Back to post WW2, when Jack Northrop built and flew giant prop powered flying wings. After a fatal crash, the design was shelved. With a fly-by-wire (computer controlled) flight control system you won't have any trouble controlling the B-2B. Work the rudders on your B-2 and you'll see the split flaps opening - pretty cool!
The split flaps on the B-2B act as rudders.
The B-2 and F-117 have a visual bombsight in addtion to IR sensors and A-G radar. The B-2 can carry 80 Mk-82 bombs !!!!
The B2 bombsight
With a 160 ft wingspan you have to take care when taxiing!