The U.S. Air Force Develops “Stealth Bat”

The United States is enhancing its aerial capabilities by developing unmanned fighter jets capable of flying as low as 30 feet above the ground to reach their targets.

The U.S. revealed that these Stealth Bat fighters aim to deter China, indicating that the high cost of current military aircraft and advancements in aviation programs have prompted the U.S. Air Force to transition to a new generation of unmanned aircraft to bolster the American fleet.

These aircraft are intended to accompany and protect piloted aircraft, such as the F-35 and the new B-21 bomber.

Furthermore, the Stealth Bats will carry specialized weapons for attacking other aircraft or ground targets and serve as airborne communication centres.

Al Jundi

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