The stealth tanks of the First Tiberium War are a Nod tracked missile carrier, equipped with a cloaking device known as "Lazarus shield" that allows them to cloak nearly instantaneously and disappear from sight. Unfortunately, stealth tanks are lightly armoured. Stealth tanks are named by Kane "Ezekiel's Wheel", after the biblical prophet's vision.
When the tank fires its twin Dragon TOW missiles it has to briefly deactivate its camouflage; as the cloaking system was incapable of recalculating the changing characteristics of the launchers during firing.
The Stealth tank can be detected by infantry in close proximity and by guard towers. The best way to use stealth tanks is by attacking harvesters and structures not protected by enemy units due to the stealth tanks light armor. And because of their light armor, even Medium tanks can easily dispatch them once detected.
They can also serve as good hit and run units, by catching enemies off guard with a surprise attack and then make their getaway quickly and cloaking themselves again.
The Stealth tank is first available in Ezekiel's Wheel.
Rather ironically, stealth tanks are not capable of detecting other stealth units.
The German name of the Nod stealth tank is "cloak of silence" (ger. Mantel des Schweigens).