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Skip the first third of the book.,
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This review is from: Radar Man: A Personal History of Stealth (Kindle Edition)
The rest is great if you're up on radio theory. The first third is like sitting at your grandpa's knee. There are stories about when he was little doing stuff with his buddies. The go off on tangents that end abruptly with no real end. Once the book gets into the technological side of things that's where the great stuff is. If you have a knowledge of radio theory it's a VERY interesting look at how early stealth was achieved and how later aircraft just might achieve that today.
The highlight for me was the story behind the design decisions behind the F-117 and why the angles were designed in their very very specific configurations. It's not the reason you think.