|B-1C Lancer II|
|Aircraft Role||Strategic Bomber|
The B-1C Lancer II was a strategic bomber design proposed by Rockwell International in the 1980s and 1990s. The airframe's design in still the same, though its upgrades include the COFFIN system and newer avionics. The B-1C bomber is one of the last aircraft to use a variable geometry wing, which is well known thanks to the American F-14 Tomcat and European Tornado. It never came off the drawing board. The B-1C Lancer is the only bomber aircraft that can use the modern COFFIN system for GRDF.
The GRDF deployed their B-1C Lancer II in early 2045 during operations against Neucom forces.