Lockheed-Martin F-22 Raptor (2005- ) The F-22 is a single-seat, twin-engine, all-weather stealth tactical fighter designed primarily as an air superiority fighter, but has additional capabilities including ground attack, electronic warfare, and signals intelligence roles. The Raptor's combination of stealth, aerodynamic performance, and situational awareness gives the aircraft unprecedented air combat capabilities. Development of the more versatile and lower cost F-35 ended F-22…
The Tu-214R is Russias Premier Intelligence Surveillance Reconnaissance aircraft. Equipped with sensors to perform Electronic Intelligence and Signal Intelligence missions as well as with all-weather radar systems and electro-optical sensors that produce photo-like imagery of the ground. The aircraft can intercept and analyse signals emitted by targeted systems while collecting imagery that can be used to identify and pinpoint enemy forces even if they are camouflaged or hidden.
A Brain-Computer Interface That Lasts for Weeks | Brain signals can be read using soft, flexible, wearable electrodes that stick onto and near the ear like a temporary tattoo and can stay on for more than two weeks even during highly demanding activities such as exercise and swimming, researchers say.
Monster Machines: America's Most Important Spy Plane That Isn't An SR-71 Blackbird. The Boeing RC-135 is the most effective American spyplane you’ve never heard of. It’s the John Paul Jones to the SR-71′s Robert Plant — a quiet workhorse that has flown over countless US missions while providing vital, real-time signals intelligence.
The Lockheed Martin F-22 Raptor is a single-seat, twin-engine, all weather stealth tactical fighter aircraft developed for the United States Air Force. The result of the USAF's Advanced Tactical Fighter program, the aircraft was designed primarily as an air superiority fighter, but has additional capabilities including ground attack, electronic warfare, and signals intelligence roles.
Ft. Meade, MD - Dedicated on September 2, 1997, National Vigilance Park and its Aerial Reconnaissance Memorial stands to honor those "silent warriors" who risked, and often lost, their lives performing airborne signals intelligence missions during the Cold War. The backdrop for the park is a semicircle of trees, each representing the various types of aircraft downed during U.S. aerial reconnaissance missions.