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Stealth Alliance 18 March, 2020

The use of stealth aircraft is increasing day by day. These platforms, which were previously unique to the US, show up more frequently in international training as they enter the inventory of international users.

The Norwegian F-35A Lightning II, which has intercepted Russian aircraft last week, carried out joint training with US bombers this week. In addition to the Norwegian F-35s stationed in Iceland as part of the NATO mission, the B-2 Spirit bombers of the US Air Force participated in the activity, which could be described as stealth cooperation in the sky. The training in Icelandic skies took about 35-50 minutes.

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