Going back further in time, during 1959-61 Vickers proposed a bomber version of the VC
-10 to the RAF. The aircraft would have combined the fuselage of the Standard VC
-10 with the wings engine and tail fin fuel tank of the Super. Four store attachment points would have been provided under each wing to carry either Skybolt missiles or bomb cocoons. The cocoons would have carried eight 1,000-lb bombs each, giving a maximum possible bomb load of 64,000-lb.
Presumably, a similar scheme could work on a contempory design.