***If your brakes don't work, calibrate your controller.*** edited 12-1-2010
Description taken from the following website:
The B-1B Lancer was developed by Rockwell International, now Boeing Defense And Space Group, and is the US Air Force long-range strategic bomber. The B-1B has the largest internal payload of any current bomber. The B-1B became operational in 1986. In July 2001, the US Department of Defense announced plans to cut its B-1B inventory from 92 to 67 as a cost-saving measure. The first aircraft was withdrawn from service in August 2002. Following Operation Iraqi Freedom, it was decided that there should be 67 aircraft in the fleet.
The remaining fleet operates from Dyess AFB, Texas (38 aircraft) and Ellsworth AFB, South Dakota (29 aircraft). The B-1B is expected to in be service until 2025.
Channel 1: Roll
Channel 2: Elevator/Roll mix
Channel 3: Throttle
Channel 4: Yaw
Channel 5: Wing Sweep
Channel 6: Flaps
Channel 7: Landing Gears
Channel 8: 3 pos switch (bomb bay doors and all the way up to release the JSOW with two second delay
Channel 9: Something--but can't remember
Channel 10: Somethig--but I can't remember
9 or 10, 11 and or 12 may be the bomb release mechinism. I can't remember and I"m not looking back now. Whooo hooooo!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!