Lockheed Stealth

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Zenith Press, 2005 - History - 168 pages
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This unprecedented examination of the development of Lockheed's stealth program explains in depth how Skunkworks designers and engineers minimize and even eliminate radar, thermal, and acoustic signatures in the U-2, F-117, F-22, and X-35. Illustrated with photos from the company's archives and private collections, Sweetman gives current service and battle records of these planes, and describes the technologies and design elements that help these aircraft avoid detection.

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Sweetman is an internationally recognized expert on modern military aircraft.

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