Author: Alexander, David
Binding: Soft Cover
Book Condition: As New
Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall
New book, 322 pages. The strategy of stealth is as old as war itself. The ancient strategies of deception, surprise, and camouflage served up victories for brilliant military leaders from Alexander the Great to MacArthur. But never in the history of combat have the rules of engagement changed as dramatically as with the introduction of modern stealth warfare. Silent, deadly, automated, and precise within meters, this new technology affects every aspect of military deployment on land, sea, and air. In this book, expert author David Alexander details the evolution of modern stealth weaponry from the two World Wars to Cold War advances in air and sea power to space-age technologies employing robotic armoured vehicles, satelite guidance, and smart missile systems. This well researched, illustrated, and detailed book brings you everything there is to know about the face of war in the twenty first century and beyond.