This is very far from real... 1000 An-124? seriously?
No exaggeration... a supersonic transport plane would cost trillions. To develop and to operate.
The role of the supersonic transport would be to work rationally in contested areas and to work when high speed is needed for fast deployments.
Supersonic speed does not protect you from SAMs. It makes you more difficult to intercept, but would still be horribly vulnerable to interception.
Then both would have different roles and would be perfectly compatible,
The only way such a thing would be attainable would be to merge the two enormous weapon bays on a Tu-160M2 and fit it so that a 40 ton container could be loaded there for supersonic transport 6,000km. There would be no chance of transporting any vehicles, but people or some supplies could be possible... there would never be more than one and it would be expensive to use... and probably never be used.
In comparison the subsonic models would be used all the time.
like the Typhoon armoured trucks are compatible with unarmoured trucks on land transport.
An armoured truck could still not operate anywhere near the front line and would only protect from the odd bit of small arms fire and the odd landmine.
Read transport instead of bomber in your own sentence. It only requires a little of coherence.
You clearly don't get it.
Think of an air defence force... each aircraft will have a flight range and a reaction time and a flight speed.
There simply are no interceptors in the world that could fly 2,500km from their base to an enemy bombers launch area in time to stop them from launching, which means the missiles are launched and the bomber turns and goes home and the interceptor has to deal with twelve cruise missiles or more instead of one large bomber. The high average speed of a supercuising bomber means even less chance of an interception.
Supersonic transports don't exist and wont be built in the next 10-15 years... there is nothing that needs to be delivered that quickly.
If you are able to see all this, I really do not undertand your reasoning, because it would be very easy to be coherent and stop being skeptic (and maybe a little basher) about this project, that opens a new space for air transport in contested areas.
You don't want air transport anywhere near contested air space... the whole purpose of giving the VDV their own vehicles is to be able to give them the mobility to be dropped in the middle of nowhere and to be able to drive to where they need to be.
How can be better 1000 An-124 if as you said would not be to fly in contested airspace and as everyone knows would not allow as fast answer? It is a non-sense.
You don't use transports in contested air space... they get shot down easily.
The big An-225 has a empty weight of 175 t. It can carry a freight of about 250 t. The design is conventional, so a bit composite, much aluminium and of course a bit steel
It is also very subsonic even with 6 enormous engines...
It is possible to use instead of aluminium alloy a magnesium alloy. Magnesium is a great material like aluminium, better leight weight. Magnesium is very problematic in the field of corrosion, but you can protect the alloy with the right coating. You can also use CFRP, a composite material. So it's possible to save realistic around 30 % of weight, if you know how. So the new supersonic cargo airplane could be in the field of around 150 t empty weight.
Do you know what the main component of a magnesium flare is?
Making a supersonic aircraft out of very light weight very flammable materials would be a mistake.
And again weight is not the total problem... even if the structure weight is zero the weight of fuel and payload and the volume you would need to contain it will make supersonic flight near impossible.
Look at an airship... when filled with hydrogen it weighs less than nothing... but you can't just put big powerful engines on it and make it supersonic.
Even if the aircraft can fly supersonic, but mostly for cost reasons it will cruise subsonic, so the fuel costs will not be the main problem for the project.
That is even worse... at least with a supersonic design you get a fast plane... with a plane that is only supersonic some of the time you have the increased cost of weight with all the extra engines and the extra fuel burn of the more powerful engines.
I am not convinced...