Much of the U.S. defense community “has lost sight of reality” as to what stealth means, a Raytheon executive told a high-level conference on combat aircraft in London Nov. 13. In a presentation to the Defense IQ International Fighter Conference, Michael Garcia, the company’s senior business development manager for active, electronically scanned array radars, suggested that longer-range sensors and weapons should be part of stealth, rather than placing near-complete reliance on reduced ...
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