Air Forces Monthly Special Issue: Stealth
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STEALTH OPERATIONS DECLASSIFIED: HISTORY - PROTOTYPES - TECHNOLOGY.
This 100-page special publication, from the team behind AirForces Monthly magazine, examines the operational missions of such types as the Lockheed Martinʼs F-117, Northrop Grummanʼs B-2 Spirit, and the next generation of ʽstealthyʼ aircraft such as Lockheed Martinʼs F-22A Raptor. All of these aircraft have been in combat – how effective were they? We also look into the ''black world'' and report on America's secret programmes at Area 51, many of which areyet to be declassified.
Description: 98 Pages, 298 Χ 210 mm. English text.
Condition: NEW COPY.
Stealth Fighter Combat Operations
Tom Kaminski provides an overview of combat operations for the worldʼs first stealth fighter, the F-117 Nighthawk.
Raptor Goes to War
Tim Ripley looks at the combat debut of the F-22A Raptor in the war against Daesh in Syria and Iraq.
Russian Stealth Technologies
Alexander Mladenov outlines the latest Russian stealth developments, including the much-debated fifth generation T-50 fighter programme.
The Spirit of Stealth
Tom Kaminski examines the continued service of Northrop Grummanʼs B-2A Spirit – and the rolling upgrades helping to keep the aircraft at the top of its game.
Monsters from the East
AFMʼs Glenn Sands reports on Chinaʼs emerging fifth-generation stealth fighter, the J-20 Mighty Dragon. And Jon Lake examines the secretive development of the FC-31.
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