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              C-17 Globemaster III

              The massive long-haul military transport aircraft tackles distance, destination and heavy, oversized payloads in unpredictable conditions.

              Always Dependable. Always Ready.

              A high-wing, four-engine, T-tailed military transport aircraft, the multi-service C-17 can carry large equipment, supplies and troops directly to small airfields in harsh terrain anywhere in the world. The massive, sturdy, long-haul aircraft tackles distance, destination and heavy, oversized payloads in unpredictable conditions. It has delivered cargo in every worldwide operation since the 1990s.

              Lifecycle Sustainment

              Boeing has partnered with the U.S. Air Force on C-17 sustainment since the delivery of the first aircraft in 1993. With a focus on high performance at an affordable cost, Boeing provides sustainment and maintenance for global C-17 customers in eight allied countries. The C-17 fleet has a best-in-class combined dollar per flight hour and mission capable rate, performing at the highest level of readiness worldwide.

              Support

              Under the Globemaster III Sustainment Program contract, Boeing is fully responsible and accountable for total weapon system availability executing program management, sustaining logistics, material and equipment management, sustaining engineering and depot-level aircraft maintenance. On-site base support includes personnel for base management and operations support, field services and engineering technical support and 24/7 base supply support for spares. 

              Training

              Boeing also provides comprehensive C-17 Globemaster III training solutions for aircrews and loadmasters.

              C-17 Milestones

               

               

              C-17 Globemaster III Technical Specifications

              Wingspan to Winglet Tip 169.8 ft (51.74 m)
              Length 174 ft (53.04 m)
              Height at Tail 55.1 ft (16.79 m)
              Fuselage Diameter 22.5 ft (6.86 m)
              Four Pratt & Whitney PW2040 (military designation F117-PW-100) 40,440 pounds thrust each
              Sidewall (Permanently Installed) 54 (27 each side, 18 inches wide, 24 inch spacing center to center)
              Centerline (stored on board) 48 (in sets of six back-to-back, 8 sets)
              Palletized 80 on 8 pallets, plus 54 passengers on sidewall seats
              Flight crew 2 pilots
              Observer positions 2
              Instrument displays 2 full-time all-function head-up displays (HUD), 4 multi-function active matrix liquid crystal displays
              Navigation system Digital electronics
              Communication Integrated radio management system with communications system open architecture (COSA)
              Flight controls system Quadruple-redundant electronic flight control with mechanical backup system
              Area 3,800 sq. ft. (353 sq. m)
              Aspect Ratio 7.165
              Sweep Angle 25 degrees
              Airfoil Type Supercritical
              Flaps Fixed-vane, double-slotted, simple-hinged
              Area 845 sq. ft. (78.50 sq. m)
              Span 65 feet (19.81 m)
              Aspect Ratio 5.0
              Sweep 27 degrees

               

               

              Feature Stories

              C-17 Sustainment in San Antonio

              C-17 Sustainment in San Antonio

              June 8, 2016 in Defense

              The Boeing facility in San Antonio, Texas has upgraded and delivered nearly 1,000 planes to customers around the world. Those aircraft include the C-17 Globemaster III fleet.

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              3 Million Hours

              3 Million Hours

              May 6, 2015 in Defense

              Boeing's C-17 Globemaster III worldwide fleet hit a major milestone be reaching three million flight hours, which was marked with a one-hour flight from Georgia to South Carolina.

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              C-17 final join

              The Last Join

              March 4, 2015 in Defense

              In Long Beach, Calif., Boeing teams piece together the nose, center fuselage, wings and tail of the final C-17 Globemaster III military airlifter to roll off the assembly line.

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              Birds Do it: Saving Energy in Flight

              June 6, 2014 in Innovation, Environment, Technology

              Saving energy is not an easy task but how do the Boeing engineers do it? The answer is flying above you.

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              From Long Beach to Charleston

              September 18, 2013 in Defense

              After more than two decades, Boeing’s C-17 Globemaster III will complete production in 2015, closing the C-17 final assembly facility in Long Beach, Calif.

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              Delivering realism, readiness and cost savings

              August 5, 2013 in Defense

              Members of the 445th Airlift Wing at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio celebrate the opening of the first C-17 training center.

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              C-17 Globemaster III Customers

              Currently, 274 C-17s operate around the world. The aircraft's largest customer is the United States Air Force, with 223 in 12 bases. Outside of that country, the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, Kuwait, Qatar, the United Arab Emirates, India and the 12-nation Strategic Airlift Capability all operate the C-17 Globemaster III.

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                Australia

              • Canadian flag

                Canada

              • India flag

                India

              • Kuwait flag

                Kuwait

              • Qatar flag

                Qatar

              • NATO flag

                Strategic Airlift Capability

              • United Arab Emirates flag

                United Arab Emirates

              • United Kingdom flag

                United Kingdom

              • United States of America flag

                United States

              C-17 Quick Facts

              The C-17 can:

              • Take off from a 7,740-foot (2359.15-meter) airfield
              • Carry a payload of up to 164,900 pounds (74,797 kg)
              • Fly 6,230 nautical miles with no payload
              • Refuel while in flight
              • Land in 3,000 feet (914 meters) or less on a small unpaved or paved airfield in day or night.
              • Carry a cargo of wheeled U.S. Army vehicles in two side-by-side rows, including the U.S. Army's main battle tank, the M-1
              • Drop a single 60,000-pound (27,216-kilogram) payload, with sequential load drops of 110,000 pounds (49,895 kilograms)
              • Back up a 2-percent slope
              • Seat 54 on the sidewall and 48 in the centerline.
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