With new stealth aircraft development largely on hold for the next decade, Pentagon war planners are turning more and more to a new generation of precision standoff weapons with unjammable sensors to strike heavily protected targets. Even stealthy aircraft and helicopters are vulnerable to some kinds of low-frequency radars. Consequently, it is no surprise that precision, cruise-type weapons have a large representation among the U.S.' classified aviation programs. They are built ...

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