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This video by Amazed 5s features five secret military aircrafts. These aircrafts are built in secret, tested in private locations, and flown in stealth ops overseas.

First is the Stealth Black Hawk. The Stealth Black Hawks were used by U.S. Navy SEALs to infiltrate the Bin Laden Compound. These Sikorsky UH-60 Black Hawks were modified for security, in order to fly to the compound virtually undetected.

One of the helicopters crash landed during the raid, and while the SEALs blew up the helicopter to hide its existence, fragments of the aircraft were found in the fire.

Second is the Blackstar. It is commonly believed that the long-running Blackstar space program shut down in the 1990s, but the super-fast planes may still exist. In 2006, Aviation Week & Space Technology laid out the case for the continued existence of the Blackstar, pointing to reported spacecraft landings at military bases.

Third is the RQ-180. The RQ-180 was developed by Northrop Grumman and funded by the U.S. Air Force. It is an unmanned surveillance and reconnaissance aircraft that is currently in development. These sleek black planes are designed to have both active radar and passive surveillance tools.

If the new testing hangars are any indication of its size, the RQ-180 might have a wingspan of over 130 feet. Based on the specifications of its predecessor – the RQ-170 – it is likely that RQ-180 will have the ability to fly as high as 11 vertical miles for 24 hours straight.

Fourth is the X-37B. The X-37B is a robotic space plane built by Boeing and owned by the U.S. Air Force. Very little is known about X-37B, as it was classified in 2004. The X-37B can reportedly spend more than one year in space before returning to earth, and will be launched into orbit from an Atlas 5 rocket.

Fifth on the list is the Aurora. The Aurora was first developed in the 1980s. It was funded by a $455 million budget allotment for black aircraft production. The Aurora is a favorite of many conspiracy theorists, as there is no conclusive proof that it was actually ever built. The U.S. government also denies its existence.

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