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U.S. Military budgets For FY2015 To Research And Develop Quantum Stealth (Light Bending Material)


Recent approval by Defence Research and Development Canada (DRDC) has allowed HyperStealth, a Canadian corporation, to begin working with the U.S. Military under an MOU (Memorandum of Understanding) with a specific initial focus on (but not limited to) Tier-1 Special Forces applications. The DRDC will be provided access to all information obtained from the U.S. program.


16 Responses to “U.S. Military budgets For FY2015 To Research And Develop Quantum Stealth (Light Bending Material)”

  1. LowSpeed says:

    Sounds really cool and high speed. Even if I was in the SF community I wouldn’t hold my breath though, we can barely decide what uniforms to wear in garrison and downrange.

    • Guy Cramer says:

      Using Quantum Stealth, you could be wearing red and black plaid in a snow environment and still remain undetectable. The emphasis on colors and pattern will become a mute point.

      • Bman says:

        I have read about this for some time now and it sounds really neat. It is almost scary that the battlefield will have a bunch of invisible people running around in the open. I hope as this technology matures, citizens are allowed to own some type of it to for same reasons we have the second amendment.

  2. Patrick says:

    As a fellow Canadian its really cool to see us at the tip here with something that up until now, has really only existed in sci-fi and video games. I wish nothing but absolute success to the Hyperstealth team.

  3. Hoff says:

    At this rate though there soon won’t be a military left to use it…

    • Kaos-1 says:

      Roger that. Say goodbye to you’re PX and commissary , and BAH and BAS will disappear too. Once we pop smoke in Afghanistan all this high speed shit will be left to Mike the methhead, Lisa the lesbo, and Enrique the illegal alien .

  4. Rob says:

    I have personally seen this technology and I’m excited to see you get momentum. Good luck Guy. This is something truly unique and applicable to the rapidly changing application of our SOF forces.

  5. Angry Misha says:


  6. Stefan S. says:

    If they cut the troops to pre WW2 levels you won’t need stealth. There won’t be many to find! LOL.

  7. thomas says:

    Another waste of money we don’t have. I guess it’ll never sink in. We will be down to 3 guys in the military (and they’ll be generals) but they will have the coolest crap out there.

  8. UVRC says:

    You’ll notice that the Canadians are too clever to invest any money or time in Quantam Stealth. All this announcement says is that Canada “allows” Hyperstealth to work with the US DOD and derives technology benefits, if any, from the interaction with the US DOD, if any.

    This press release is phrased in such a way as to suggest that Hyperstealth has a memorandum of understanding – a gentleman’s agreement, not a contract – with both the Canadian and US government; however, it can also be read to mean only the Canadian government.
    I’m waiting for a US DOD budget line item or an announcement from the US military heralding this cooperation. We have many years of Mr. Cramer telling us that members of the defense community have seen Quantam Stealth, without any verification. This seems more of “the invisible cat”.

  9. Guy Cramer says:

    The MOU is not between Hyperstealth and Canada or Hyperstealth and the U.S. but it is between the U.S. Military and Canadian Military.

    In order for the U.S. to move forward on this tech. they have to share with the Canadian DND as it is a Canadian technology. As a tax payer in Canada, this is a sweet deal for us as the American’s pay for the heavy research and development and our Military gets all the benefit without having to put our R&D money into it. It’s a good deal for both sides.

    Many have come forward to say that they have seen and handled Quantum Stealth and it does work as claimed: William Jarvis, 19 year Navy SEAL (Retired) who has accompanied me to a number of these demonstrations in the U.S. and Britain. Colin Worth a 20+ year RCMP (Royal Canadian Mounted Police) officer (Retired) who accompanied me to the first set of Canadian Government Demonstrations. Master Corporal Matt Pitre, Sargent Scott McLeod both Retired Canadian Special Forces and Brigadier-General Larry Lashkevich, (Canadian Forces Retired) who accompanied me on his second and third demonstrations to the Canadian Military. All are now members of Hyperstealth’s Advisory Board and there is further Government confirmation is coming from someone who is not affiliated with Hyperstealth.

  10. Guy Cramer says:

    I have worked with Lt. Col. Timothy R. O’Neill, Ph.D. (U.S. Army, Ret.) since 2004. Tim is a 25-year career as an officer in the United States Army, including two years of combat in Vietnam and 15 years as a member of the tenured faculty at West Point. Colonel O’Neill commanded tank and armored cavalry units, and served on squadron and brigade staffs. He was a member of the permanent faculty of the Department of Behavioral Sciences and Leadership at the U. S. Military Academy from 1976 to 1991…