A 'stealthier' drone for Iran missions?..Gotcha!.. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Aaron Allen
    • 04.12.11 | 20:35 (IST)

    Have skilled, experienced model aircraft builders re plicate F-117 'Nighthawk' stealth aircraft in 'large- scale' form, placing all propulsion components inside to reduce heat-signature and propellor or turbine rotation--just like the prototype.. With satel- lite and GPS communications, the 'Nitehawklet' is invisible to the badguys. The drones cud 'fly wing- man' just behind and to the side of 'legit' adversary machines, like regional commuter or executive air- craft [like the submarine that enters/departs an en- emy harbor by following enemy ships in/out and is not detected by sonar]?..What missions are possi- ble with a whole squadron or group of these invisi ble 'model airplanes' with parts cut-out like cookies and assembled like hobbyist kits? How many kits fit in a standard freight shipping container? If they remain Stateside, the pilots cud be 15-16 yrs-old teen game-experts and old, retired jet-jockeys?. Aaron Allen...

    from the article: Report: Iran shoots down U.S. reconnaissance drone
    First published 17:38 04.12.11 | Last updated 17:38 04.12.11
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