Radar does not work properly to identify targets at low altitudes that can be mistaken as mountains, trees, hills, or even flocks of bird, despite the speed of the target. It is bad for a plane to be that low, they can be targeted easily, maintaining that lock is another story.
have you not read the QSP report? Shape and size changes the boom, dramatically, PERIOD. Obviously now the goal is to make a bizjet that will do 1000 knots overland without incident, but it should be possible to reverse that approach to forcibly create a large boom from an outlandishly shaped vehicle (that likely will have tremendous drag consequently) that will do the same job as a carpet-bomber without wasting weapons (that can
otherwise be used in precision strikes provided they had the homing attachment up front, otherwise they are just gravity bombs).
You just have no faith when it comes to sonics, huh?
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