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Its unique features make it the best in its class among other similar aircraft in the world, and it is the first operational aircraft in Russian service to use stealth technology.
But Iran claims to have mastered stealth technology.
She feels the work LO does with stealth technology will not only keep pilots safe, but will enable the F-35 to reach out and strike targets without being seen.
helicopters in the operation because of their stealth technology.
Weighing 5,223 tons and featuring state-of-the-art radar and stealth technology, the I-400 was the largest submarine ever at the time it was built by the Japanese during WWII.
Summary: Ankara, Dhu Al-Hijjah 08, 1431/Nov 14, SPA -- An official at the Turkish naval command announced that the Milgem class warship, a modern littoral combat warship with indigenous anti-submarine warfare and high-seas patrol capabilities, using the principles of stealth technology is undergoing.
MILGEM project aims to build a modern littoral combat warship with indigenous anti-submarine warfare and high-seas patrol capabilities, extensively using the principles of stealth technology in its design.
Acquisition of the F-35, which is made by US aerospace and defense giant Lockheed Martin, will give Israel access to stealth technology that will provide it with air superiority over enemy anti-aircraft defenses.
officials say four of the stealth technology jets are taking part, along with nearly 200 other aircraft.
Dubbed the "pinnacle" of British engineering and aeronautical design, it is the size of a light aircraft and has been equipped with advanced stealth technology making it virtually undetectable.
Iran started work in 2009 on stealth technology and cruise-interceptor missiles.
Israel s advanced F-15 and F-16 warplanes have the range to bomb western Iran and strike further inland with air-to-air refueling and using stealth technology to pass through the air space of intermediate hostile Arab nations.