Israel could be using some ultra stealth H-60 Blackhawk helicopter that the US Special Forces used to hunt down bin Laden, according to former Pentagon senior policy analyst F. Michael Maloof.
These are not the normal versions of the Blackhawk, and its not available to anyone but American Special Forces. It was supposed to be an exclusive transport for the Navy SEALS.
At least, not until now. Maloof claims that Israel has these stealth Blackhawks and they are using them to transport Iranian dissidents from the Sunni Kurdish portion of northern Iraq into Iran. The teams are groups of 12 armed men trained to gather intel on the Iranian nuclear program.
With the help of recruited Iranian dissidents in Kurdistan, the Israelis are attempting to gather sufficient information to convince the United States and the United Nations that Iran is involved in using its nuclear development program to make nuclear weapons.
Iraq's Kurdistan Regional Government officially has denied claims by Iranian officials regarding the missions. But various reports including a recent Times of London report suggest that Israel is using specially modified U.S.-supplied Black Hawk helicopters to carry 12-member armed teams with sensitive equipment to monitor radioactivity and the magnitude of explosives tests.
Its tail "features stealth-configured shapes on the boom and tip fairings, swept stabilizers and a "dishpan" cover over a non-standard five-or-six-blade tail rotor. It has a silver-loaded infra-red suppression finish similar to that seen on some V-22s."
Imagine how much more they know if we know this much already. [G2 via WND]