Using either a FT-250 or Jetcat P400 turbojet engine, Bravo will be able to reach between 0.74 to 0.85 Mach without the help of integrated rockets.
The delta wing configuration will allow high vorticity generation for maintained turbulent flow through transonic flight regimes. This current model uses a more traditional delta wing.
The Phase One aircraft will be optimized for subsonic to transonic regimes, using the Area Rule. On the other hand we are optimizing the Cg position for a large static margin to match our mission profile.
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