The latest releases in the “US Aerospace Projects” line (see the full library HERE):
US Bomber Projects #12 contents:
- Boeing Model 464-41: A turboprop B-52 predecessor
- Boeing “Big Bird”: a long-durational, low-speed, low-altitude missile carrying loiterer
- Douglas MX-2091-E: A 1950’s canard configured missile carrier
- Boeing Model 701-238: A supersonic design on the road to the B-59
- Northrop Nuclear Flying Wing: Atomic power with two crew pods
- Martin Model 223-12: the final design in the XB-48 design series
- Rockwell MRCC: An airplane that could be tossed into space atop an RSRM
- Lockheed CL-820-8: A Mach 3 variable-geometry design
USBP #12 can be downloaded as a PDF file for only $4:
New: American Nuclear Explosive Devices #01
This is a prototype issue for what may become a series but which I hope to turn into a Real Book. The plan is to eventually document via accurate and detailed diagrams every nuclear explosive device produced by the US (obviously some are a little lean on declassified data). This includes bombs, Re-Entry Vehicles, a few actual “physics packages” and some stand-alone test devices. ANED01 contains information and diagrams of the first three atom bombs worked on by the US: the Thin Man and Little Boy air-droppable bombs and the Trinity “Gadget” test device. The American Nuclear Explosive Devices webpage is HERE.
ANED01 is formatted for 11X17, so the diagrams are good and large.
ANED #01 can be downloaded as a PDF file for only $4: