Good read. Stealth alone used to be good enough to defeat cold war era hardware. Not anymore. Today’s modern threats at the very least require a through electronic warfare suite (See; Jamming, Spoofing, Cyber Warfare) to compliment the Low Observable platform. Just understand that China, Russia, India and Japan are leveraging LO techniques in their next generation fighter designs so it’s a bit early to declare stealth tech is dead. It is also worth noting that the U.S. has had operational stealth technology since the late 70’s, 30-years of first hand experience with stealth definitely gives the US a leg up on the competition.
Might be retaliation for this:
Boeing’s Next Generation Fighter (NGF).