The F-22 Raptor and F-35 Joint Strike Fighter Seem Almost Invincible. But They Can Be Shot Down.
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Dave Majumdar


It is a well-known fact within Pentagon and industry circles that low-frequency radars operating in the VHF and UHF bands can detect and track low-observable aircraft. It has generally been held that such radars can’t guide a missile onto a target—i.e. generate a “weapons quality” track. But that is not exactly correct—there are ways to get around the problem according to some experts.

With a missile warhead large enough, the range resolution does not have to be...


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