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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.
Suhler, a computer engineer in the data storage industry, describes the origins of stealth technology and how it was applied in the design of the world's fastest jet in the 1950s, the Lockheed A-12 Blackbird.
lt;p>Unisys' Stealth technology, that cloaks data through multiple levels of authentication, encryption, and bit-splitting into multiple packets, is also available for private clouds though at an extra price, Marcello said.
PALMDALE -- The last of the F-117 fighters made a final stop in Palmdale on Tuesday before jetting off into history as the world's first attack aircraft to employ stealth technology.
Beginning with the Wright Brothers' 1905 Flyer, then addressing and illustrating the strides in aircraft and aircraft production spurred on by the demands of World War I, then noting the trail-blazer aircraft of the inter-war years (including the first passenger flights and the great flying boats), to classic World War II era aircraft such as the Bf 109, the Spitfire, and the Mustang, to the coming of age of the jet aircraft in the Korean and Vietnam wars, to modern commercial carries, private jets, experimental aviation designs, and concluding with the new generation of combat fighters featuring Stealth technology.
And while the F-22 presents challenges when it comes to stealth technology, we've been working B-2 bomber maintenance for a while--about seven years--so we have experience in that field as well," he emphasized.
are often intrigued to learn that defence experts have applied stealth technology to help the manufacture of pencils; that signal processing techniques developed for military communications have helped to improve heart monitoring for unborn babies; and that weather technology used for defence helps racing drivers make their cars go faster.
Mr Gates, North-east manager for the DDA, said firms are often intrigued to learn that defence experts have used stealth technology in many ways.
Our workforce of more than 20,000 has preeminent expertise in advanced aircraft design and production, modification and support, stealth technology, and systems integration.
The ship is designed to minimise underwater noise and draws heavily on stealth technology used by submarines and surface ships.
Along that time at the end of the Vietnam War and on into the late '70s we began to deal with stealth technology and to upgrade our missile technology and to keep the technology moving and things just getting better.