posted on Jan, 28 2011 @ 12:52 PM
By spotting the aircraft and sending some planes up to kill it.
Crude, but effective....at least in the daytime. Problem is, the sky is BIG, and without radar to assist, it's a daunting (though not impossible)
task. At night though...much more difficult.
Thing is, there are degrees of stealth...and sometimes that's traded off for other attributes.
As for someone talking about maneuverability, speed, etc., that all doesn't mean much if your enemy can have a missile locked on you before you even
know they are there.
I wouldn't be surprised if there weren't other more secretive counter-stealth technologies either in use or active development though. EVERY
technology eventually becomes obsolete. Stealth is one of the latest and greatest, but everything can be beaten, and stealth planes have been downed