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Re The C-132...they wound up with C-97 and C-124 [4/8] - C-124 GlobeMaster.jpg



 
 
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Old June 8th 16, 05:05 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
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A friend of my Dad (101st) told me that the C124 had a nasty prop blast when
using the port side door for a jump. Was it?
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Yikes! That story reminds me of why my Dad didn't join the paras, something
about how nuts it is to leave a perfectly good airplane.
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Bless your Heart. Thank You Very Much!


Speaking of the cancelled C-132, the Soviets came out with this megapropper
in the early '60s. The An-22 was about the same in engine horsepower,
specifications, and projected performance. When it was unveiled at the Paris
Air Show in 1965, the Russkies allegedly said to U.S. military officials,
"You don't have one." The brass replied, "We don't need one."

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