HAGATNA, Guam — The Air Force says a B-2 stealth bomber crashed on Guam, but the pilots ejected safely.
The Air Force says medical authorities evaluated the pilots and both are in good condition.
Emergency responders are on the scene at Andersen Air Force Base . A board of officers will investigate the accident.
Each B-2 bomber costs about $1.2 billion to build.
All 21 stealth bombers are based at Whiteman Air Force Base in Missouri but the Air Force has been rotating several of them through Guam since 2004, along with B-1 and B-52 bombers.
The rotations are designed to boost the U.S. security presence in the Asia-Pacific region while other U.S. forces diverted to fight in the Middle East.