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Wednesday, July 12, 2017
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Jon M Brown

Stealth-Is It Possible To Defeat?

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I just watched a cool documentary on the Smithsonian channel about the f-22 Raptor.  At one point, they state that the plane has about the same radar return as a bumblebee.  As impressive as that is, surely no bumblebee flies at the altitudes and at the speed of this plane.  So my question is, why is Stealth so effective?  Why can't radar's be modified to focus on smaller objects that could not be birds or insects, due to their altitude, heading and speed??? 

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