Construction elements, radar-absorbing materials, radar cross-section reduction measures and camouflage...all are examples of stealth technologies designed to give military aircraft a reduced presence on enemy radar screens. Made less visible, these military aircraft can theoretically bypass enemy defence systems, perform their missions behind a veil of secrecy and
return home, all without being detected. Some types, like the Northrop B-2 Spirit (Stealth Bomber) and Lockheed F-117A Nighthawk (Stealth Fighter) are out-and-out stealth aircraft designs that make extensive use of low-observable features but many modern combat aircraft employ stealth technologies to some degree. Find companies that can meet all your stealth technology requirements in our list of top industry suppliers.