Or is this just a myth?
Russia has tried a number of different techniques to defeat stealth technology.
Russian air defenses may appear formidable as part of Moscow’s increasingly sophisticated anti-access/area denial (A2/AD) capability, but areas protected by these systems are far from impenetrable bubbles or 'Iron Domes’ as some analysts have called them.
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The interesting question is why.
Hungary may buy the U.S. F-35 stealth fighter.
Not because it loves the F-35, but because the Hungarian government is mad at Sweden.
Swedish and Hungarian media are reporting that Hungary may give up its leased fleet of Swedish-made Jas 39 Gripen fighters in favor of the F-35. The populist government of Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orban has drawn criticism from other European nations who accuse him of undermining Hungarian democracy....
Thanks to some unique technology.
The Su-57 completely 'trashes' the latest American fighters like the F-35—at least, according to Chinese media.
Earlier this month, Chinese defense news outlet Mil.news.sina published an analytical piece on the state of Russia’s arsenal. The article looked to the Su-57, Russia’s upcoming fifth generation stealth fighter, as a case study in the failures and successes of Russia’s ambitious, decades-long campaign to modernize its...