This paper reviews information that may be used by a potential enemy to detect and track an aircraft. In particular it is concerned with a passive approach by the enemy, namely the interception of acoustic, infrared, visual, and miscellaneous self-emissions. The origins of these emissions are described and means of eliminating them or reducing their intensity are discussed. Emphasis is placed on the impact of these so-called stealth techniques on the design of the aircraft as a whole.

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