A two-plane Stealth Bomber hanger is open for business at Andersen Air Force Base on Guam:
The hangar project includes 13,000 cubic yards of concrete, 1.6 million pounds of steel and a state-of-the-art, push-button firefighting system that can cover an aircraft with fire retardant foam within 4 minutes.
Besides being able to house two B-2 “stealth” bomber aircraft, the hangar also can accommodate the nose of a C-5 galaxy aircraft for docking.
The hangar is along the airfield’s flight line, allowing aircraft that need to be in the hangar for repair, storage or maintenance to drive through.
Seems like they’re serious about basing B-2s on Guam.