Does a B-2 bomber have a sleeping quarters in it?

The only place designed for human occupancy in B-2 is the cockpit.

The cockpit is not luxurious. Behind the two seats is a 6-foot flat space where pilots can set up a cot to sleep. Many just sleep on the floor.

Sources suggest that it also has a crude toilet—a stainless-steel bowl, no walls—behind the right seat, not too far from a bank of classified communications servers.

The B-2 Spirit “Stealth Bomber” has earned its place in history by being virtually undetectable to enemy surveillance. For this reason it has been instrumental in a variety of missions, with the ability to spy on enemy territory or level targets with its heavy payload of bombs.

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