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Israel unveils $1 billion stealth MARS2 spy aircraft at Paris Air Show

Israel’s new stealth aircraft dubbed ‘Oron’, is designed for large area intelligence gathering with advanced optical capabilities, large-scale sensors, listening capabilities as well as unique, cutting-edge AI technologies.
– WATCH video clip.

Yoav Zitun, Paris


Just months before it becomes operational, the Israeli Air Force (IAF) and the Israel Aerospace Industries on Wednesday presented the new Israeli stealth jet, “MARS2 ELI-3150” at the Air Show in Paris.

The new mission aircraft of the IAF is currently in the advanced stages of implementation in the Nahshon Squadron at the Nevatim Airbase and will be dubbed “Oron. It will join the two existing mission aircraft, the Haitam, and the Shavit. Continue Reading »

U.S. Air Force debuts its newest secretly built new stealth drone


The U.S. Air Force developed its new batwing shaped stealth drone at the infamous Area 51, capable of covert electronic attack missions, as well as maintaining reconnaissance of enemy territory.


The US Air Force has secretly developed a new stealth drone for long-range reconnaissance missions that could be operational by 2015, according to a report Friday in an industry magazine.

Northrop Grumman RQ-180

Northrop Grumman RQ-180

The unmanned drone, dubbed RQ-180, is currently in the testing phase at the top secret Groom Lake air base in Nevada in the infamous “Area 51” where the Air Force tested the U2 spy planes in the late 1950s, Aviation Week said. Continue Reading »

3 Israeli Scientists patent new ‘Stealthy Fiber Optic Communications’

An eavesdropper listening in catches only noise, since the signal is hidden below the noise level & it will take years for the eavesdropper to break the encryption key.

By Chana Ya’ar


Two Israeli university professors and a PhD candidate have created a concept for “stealthy fiber optic communications.”

Developed by Ben Gurion University of the Negev’s Prof. Dan Sadot and Prof. Ze’ev Zalevsky of Bar Ilan University together with PhD student Tomer Yeminy, the new encryption method enables stealthy transmission of any optical communications signal.

Currently in the patenting process, the new encryption method spreads the transmission below the noise level in both time and frequency domains. Continue Reading »