Friday, October 28, 2005
The FBI says a Maui resident has admitted to selling classified military secrets to at least eight foreign countries.
The case against the longtime stealth bomber engineer is expected to grow.
It's an investigation that's in its very early stages. They're not even saying which countries -- enemy or ally -- are involved.
He marketed himself as the father of the B-2's unique infrared suppressing propulsion system.
That's what makes the stealth bomber able to hide from heat seeking missiles.
Sixty-one-year-old Noshir Gowadia, born in India, was a naturalized U.S. citizen who worked nearly 20 years at New Mexico's Los Alamos National Laboratory and for defense contractor Northrup Corporation.