Despite claims that the B-2 Stealth Bomber is invisible to radar, "military experts interviewed by Mother Jones... charge that stealth planes are far from invisible; they are merely harder to detect on radar than conventional aircraft. They claim that B-2 (and stealth planes in general) are less efficient as strategic weapons due to compromises and additional maintenance required by stealth design." Mother Jones examines if stealth technology is worth its $300 billion price tag.
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