Stealth on Steroids: Meet Israel’s F-35I Adir (An F-35 Like No Other)

Sebastien roblin | March 17, 2019

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Israel is also developing two different sets of external fuel tanks to extend the F-35’s range. The first will be non-stealthy 425-gallon underwing tanks developed by a subsidiary of Elbit these could be dropped when approaching enemy airspace (the pylons holding the drop tanks would reportedly detach as well so as not to compromise stealth), or used for missions in which stealth isn’t necessary.

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