Stealth Rules: Why the F-22, F-35, B-2 and New B-21 Stealth Bomber are Nearly Unstoppable
The National Interest -

Kris Osborn


Despite the loud and fast-growing chorus of analysts, critics and weapons developers who continue to raise the question as to whether stealth technology may slowly be becoming obsolete, some senior weapons developers are citing some ways current and emerging stealth platforms will - for years to come - remain very difficult to destroy.

Stealth fighter jets, such as the F-22 and F-35, have an entirely different configuration and rely upon some vertical flight control...

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