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Boeing 1977 Composite Structures Airplane study (Model 1044-019)

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Radius/equivalent range 3600 n.mi./6200 n.mi.
Payload 400.000 Ib
Field length 8.000 ft

Study evolved into Boeing Model 1044-019

Apart of military and civil cargo freighters, aircraft was studied as Air-Launched Strategic Missile platform.
"Various methods of deployment (aft and vertical) in addition to external carriage were studied. A deployment system was devised to allow the launching of Air Launched Cruise Missiles (ALCM's) from the baseline aircraft. The concept involves installation of a small launch door on each side of the fuselage through which the missiles are ejected. Rotary launchers similar to those used on the B-51/SRAM system are postulated. The rotary launchers are mounted on trucks and are circulated aft to the launching station. After ejecting the complement of eight missiles, the rotary launclier is removed and stored forward. Another rotary rack is moved to the launch platform and the launch sequence repeated. Figure [...] shows a configuration for the baseline design which will accommodate 18 rotary racks and 144 ALCM's."

Preliminary Design and Analysis of Large Advanced Military Transports
E.A. Barber and I. Rettie,
Boeing Military Airplane Development, Seattle, Wash.
L .Noggle,
Aeronautical Systems Div., Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio
 

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Hi,


and to complete the story,here is the Boeing Model 1044-13,14,17 & 18,also a more
info about this aircraft project.


http://www.dtic.mil/dtic/tr/fulltext/u2/a041234.pdf
 

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And;
 

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Hi,


here is the Boeing Model 1044-050,please note that; the drawing "3" is unknown concept ?.


http://www.dtic.mil/dtic/tr/fulltext/u2/a082941.pdf
 

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ouroboros said:
The CRAAF cargo pod is conceptually similar to that 747 outsize cargo pod.


Yes Ouroboros,


but the concept is new for me.
 

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That commercial version intrigues me, are we looking at another '757' or a '767'?
 

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hesham said:
here is the Boeing Model 1044-050,please note that; the drawing "3" is unknown concept ?.

http://www.dtic.mil/dtic/tr/fulltext/u2/a082941.pdf

From the same source,

the Boeing Model 1044-050-200,and all Model 1044-505 variants.
 

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