New details have emerged on the stealthy fast attack craft from Juliet Marine known as theGhost. This prototype is the only one of its kind (yet!). It looks—and runs—like something out of the next GI Joe flick, according to the folks at Bloomberg Businessweek who recently got a closer look. Eat your heart out, Batboat. (more…)
Well, this is interesting. Former Pentagon senior policy analyst F. Michael Maloof claims there might be a lot more of those stealthy Black Hawk helicopters – the kind famoulsy used in the raid that killed Osama bin Laden last year — out there than has previously been reported. The best part of his claim; the U.S. isn’t the only nation to operate them.
Yeah your not going to find this on Ebay. However you can check it out on the GSA website, they are still taking bids for the next 24 hours on this super cool stealth warship that the government no longer wants or wishes to maintain. (more…)
So could this be rendering of another of the stealthy Helio’s in US service now? Danger room has a great article and speculation on the possibility of this crafts existence and operation within our military and secret operations.
Photo’s from Britain’s “The Daily Mail” newspaper may have just revealed a very very big clue as to how the Seal Team was able to penetrate Pakistani airspace with out tipping off their air defense and warning systems. At first it was thought maybe the RQ-170 (Beast of Kandahar) had helped JAM Pakistani air defense networks.
But the recent wreckage photo’s seem to point to a new stealthy version of a helicopter. The tail rotor section that the PAF is quickly cleaning up and covering with security blankets does not appear to be that of a MH-60. If this is so, then the Pakistani’s may have just scored a major tech coop and boost. More details I’m sure will arise on this subject over time. Photo’s have now popped up in the Daily Mail, and the Wall Street Journal. Blogger Steve Trimble spotted this and pointed it out first in his BLOG on May 3.
Sources: The Daily Mail, WSJ, Defensetech, FlightGlobal