B-1B Lancer At the Commemorative Air Force "Airsho" Midland Texas 2009.
A program was begun in 2005 to provide integrated data linking and upgraded crew station displays. A B-1 equipped with the Fully Integrated Data Link (FIDL) first flew on 29 July 2009. The FIDL allows for electronic data sharing so the crew will no longer have to enter information between systems by hand. The USAF is expected to place a contract to have FIDL installed in the entire fleet by the end of 2010 .In 2011 Air Force is considering upgrading the B-1s with multiple ejector racks so that they can carry three times as many smaller JDAMs than currently.
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