The 2003 Lockheed Martin Cormorant MPUAV concept. A multipurpose UAV designed to be launched from an OHIO-class ballistic missile tube. There isn't much hard data. It had stealth features, was tailess, had two internal hardpoints, "1000lb modular payload," and was single engine. It had the landing characteristics of a seaplane but was a tailsitter at heart. It was also hoped to be launch able from the LCS. Hull was titanium with features to enable it to float for recovery by ship, submarine, or AUV.
Conjecture likely points to sensors on part with the F-22 or F-35 minus the radar and recessed hardpoint able to accommodate AIM-9s, SDBs, 500lb and below bombs, Hellfire maybe, etc. It was probably subsonic but visually looks like it could be supersonic. Capabilities in the RQ-170 would be a good starting point. Project cancelled in 2008, introduction timeline would probably have been mid-2010s if fully funded.
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< Message edited by OsirisRaptor -- 12/22/2020 11:36:06 AM >
Testing hypothetical weapons whenever possible.