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America's First Stealth Fighter: The Legend of the F-117 Nighthawk

Sebastien Roblin Security, The Nighthawk was revolutionary when it entered service in 1983—not that many could appreciate that, as the plane was kept secret from the public for five years. The F-117 Nighthawk, America’s original stealth plane with a deeply sinister appearance, is an example of a weapon system designed around the limitations imposed by a promising new technology.
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