China continues to stalk stealth for its military air operations, viewing it as a "core capability," the Pentagon says. “The Plaaf (Peoples Liberation Army Air Force) has observed foreign military employment of stealth aircraft and views this technology as a core capability in its transformation from a predominantly territorial air force to one capable of conducting both offensive and defensive operations,” the Pentagon notes in its annual report on the Chinese ...

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