The latest wave of B-2 bombers returned safely to their base in Missouri. Two Stealth jets landed at Whiteman Air Force Base under the cover of darkness. The radar-evading planes were part of this first phase of allied air attacks on Afghanistan. Each B-2 has a two-person crew and they put in long hours for this mission. The trip is 14,000 miles, non-stop and their refueling takes place in mid-air. Just as these jets arrived home, two more B-2 bombers took off to continue the bombardment of terrorist targets. Whiteman is about 60 miles southeast of Kansas City.