This technology can be used as CMC exit cone, nozzle, nose tip, and many other high temperature components, including TPS,on future hypersonic vehicles. The hot structures in support of future NASA hypersonic vehicles can greatly benefit from low cost, very large, complex parts manufacturing. The future Thermal Protection System (TPS) can greatly benefit from the elimination of the cumbersome designs involving joining. The very large integrated TPS offers a new dimension in future NASA Reusable Airbreathing Launch Vehicles (RALV)., In addition research success of NASA X-43A and DoD X-51A opened a door to eventually commercial hypersonic vehicles. The significant manufacturing cost reduction combined with significantly improved transverse properties offers a paradigm shift in these future applications. Also the new preform extends the projected application to propulsion. This technology can be used in many components for commercial space applications as well as DoD hypersonic vehicles. One of the current key limitations is the ability to manufacture large, complex CMC hot structures in support of DoD hypersonic weapon systems and surveillance vehicles. The technology addressed in this proposal offers a paradigm shift in the area of hot structures and propulsion systems for DoD advanced hypersonic applications.