The Stiletto was a medium interceptor sold by the now-defunct company Elio-Harman Aerospace in the early 26th century. It was one of the first spacecraft designs commissioned by the United Empire of Earth (UEE) and was used specifically to intercept enemy bombers. The Stiletto was withdrawn from service in 2580 in favor of the Aegis Dynamics Gladius following issues with its supply chain and the design's inability to adapt to rapid advances in shield technology.
- Elio-Harman Aerospace is a defunct Human spacecraft manufacturer founded in 2456. Elio-Harman's most famous design was the Stiletto interceptor, one of the first frontline military spacecraft operated...
- spacecraft manufacturer
- elio-harman aerospace
- The Gladius is a long-serving military light fighter spacecraft developed by Aegis Dynamics and first utilized by the United Empire of Earth Navy (UEEN) in the 26th century. Its frame is easily modifi...
- aegis dynamics
- light fighter
- human spacecraft
- military spacecraft