The era of transport aircraft is coming to an end but as always there is a new generation waiting behind the corner to step in.
Sometimes if you are sick, and stay at home with your child something great can be backed from just a few pieces of Lego blocks! Behold the new, brilliant, tanker transport aircraft which should soon be in the first line of each and every Air Force in the world… at least we hope so with Martha 😉
This multi role transport aircraft is great in every aspect of it’s existence but let’s not exaggerate and look at it professionally starting from the front. Here we can see a two seat cockpit but the pilots seats are located in row. This gives us the ability to train recruits in a safe way.
This systems looks like a very clean solution which gives very good results. But let’s not make bold statments and look at the pilots which fly this superb transport aircraft:
The rookie gives us a big smile – this means that he loves to fly the aircraft which indicates that it’s a real masterpiece. Now just look at the face of the instructor who has a great overview of the rookie and the surroundings. Under that harsh face with a mustache you can see a small smile – this tough pilot knows that his pupil is doing a great job!
Let’s move on! We made something brilliant but decided not to reinvent the wheel so we went with additional fuel tanks under the wings.
The undercarriage and wheels can take a serious load and a serious beating of course. You can land with this baby literally everywhere.
As this is a tanker transport aircraft we have decided to add a hose for refueling. Just look at the design! Skunk Works and Phantom Works at it’s best!
Of course refueling is just a tiny part of this aircraft’s job. The main goal is to transport, transport, and once again transport everything you need. That is why we have designed 4 transport compartments:
As mentioned above it can land everywhere, even on the antarctic. In this example we were transporting ice blocks to our base in Hawaii.
Last but not least is the passenger compartment. It is very specious so our soldiers can rest while in transfer. If the situation calls, for example after landing in a hostile territory, the quick reaction force has a small cargo compartment for armament.
Now we kindly ask all the big boys from the industry to place their bets for this project but behave nicely – we will pick the most appropriate one according to a rigorous analysis. No dirty tricks please!
Krzysztof & Martha Kuska