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SXB-296 by TheXHS SXB-296 by TheXHS
The SXB-296 is a strategic supersonic bomber. Designated for eliminated target into operative and deep behind enemy lines, precision strikes without entrance into a zone air-defense.
Also exist reconnaissance version and anti-satellite version.

Crew: 4
Armour: none
Engines: 2x22000kg of thrust;
Empty weigh: 47 tonn;
Armament: 4x20 mm radar guided cannon for self-defence.
Two weapon-bay, can carry up to 12 tonn of ordnance: conventional bomb, guided bomb, cruise missiles, etc.
Speed: 2300 kmph;
Celling: 17600 m;
Combat range: 3700 km;
Ferry range: 8000 km without refueling;
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:iconalligator-fists:
Solid-looking design that incorporates unconventional concepts. This thing is well-drawn, and feels like it could be in use today. I love it!
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godeyes Jun 3, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
im a very interested in your positioning of the intake :)
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:icontiberious-99:
Awesome design! Looks like the love-child of an F-111 and an XB-70, with a hint of SST. The main gear looks a bit to short, but I love the area-ruling in the lower fuselage, nice touch!
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Blitzkriegoperative Jan 11, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
I can see Tupolev T-155 inspiration.
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:iconunspacy:
this is sick awesome
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:iconrob-cavanna:
beautiful lines!
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CrescentMoonDemon Jan 9, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
That looks so awesome. :O
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:iconzenblade9:
I always thought that the concord and the idea of having reshaping part parts could apply to more than just the nose of the plane. I like the shape of the canopy.
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Headdie Jan 9, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Do i detect a hint of XB-70 in here, perhaps with a little Tu-22 and Concord?
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