B-2 Engineer’s Espionage Charges to Expand:

The Department of Justice confirms that more charges could be levied against a former Northrop Grumman design engineer who was arrested last year for allegedly selling stealth technology secrets related to the B-2 bomber. Noshir Gowadia, a Maui, Hawaii, resident, who refers to himself as the father of the B-2’s infrared suppression propulsion design, according to the Honolulu Star-Bulletin, has been charged with six separate transfers of classified information to foreign governments. Assistant U.S. Attorney Ken Sorenson tells the newspaper that a superseding indictment that will be announced soon will “radically change” the case. More evidence is due from the Air Force and from foreign countries.