Painting Fighter Jets With Lasers
This Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II doesn't get your standard paint job, to say the least. It's supposed to be able to fly into enemy airspace without being detected by typical radar systems, which isn't an easy task. The people at Lockheed Martin have developed a whole host of laser systems to precisely paint the technology-heavy planes to make them as stealthy as possible.
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