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The stealth helicopters used in the 2011 raid on Osama bin Laden are still cloaked in mystery
A decade since the mission, here's what we know about those helicopters—and stealth aircraft in general.
India’s Navy Soon To Be Stealthier
Stealthy as a kitten in mittens
Wind Turbines Learn From Warplanes To Not Block Radar
Stealth technology is a strange and wonderful tool.
Carbon Nanotube Stealth Paint Could Make Any Object Ultra-Black
Another day, another blacker-than-black materials science breakthrough aimed at making stealthy objects even stealthier. A U. of Michigan researcher and...
Reports Indicate Iran Has America’s Missing RQ-170 Stealth Drone
If reports from Fox News are correct, the “Beast” is out of the bag. U.S. military sources appear to be...
Japan Announces Plans to Fly Its Own Domestically Developed Stealth Fighter in 2014
The stealth club just keeps on growing. China’s new mysterious jet prototype, thought to be a stealth fighter prototype to...
New Stealth Nano-Paint Turns Any Aircraft Into a Radar-Evading Stealth Plane
Some innovations in flight are huge; for instance, this week we’ve already seen concepts for a flying car and caught...
A New Engineered Stealth Metamaterial is the Blackest Ever
A new blacker-than-black metamaterial absorbs almost all the light that hits it, heralding a new breed of stealth technology. The...
The Air Force wants a new bomber equipped with 21st-century technology. That could mean stealthier surface materials and laser weapons—and it might even skip the pilot
Though it looks like an unmanned drone, and probably a tiny one at that, the Waterspout is no flying shrimp....