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  • Title: C-17 Globemaster III
  • Metal: Bronze

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The C-17 first entered US Air Force service in 1993, meeting a requirement for a strategic air-lifter in forward theaters around on the globe. Requiring a crew of only three — two pilots and a load-master — this rugged and dependable air-frame proved so versatile that it has since been adopted as the air-lifter of choice of many foreign nations. The C-17’s four turbofan engines can loft up to 170,900 lbs. at a top speed of 450 knots, with a range of up to 2,800 miles. The C-17’s STOL capability means it can use runways as short as 3,500 feet and as narrow as 90 feet, as well as unimproved airstrips. These products are minted by our partners at NWTM.

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The C-17 first entered US Air Force service in 1993, meeting a requirement for a strategic air-lifter in forward theaters around on the globe. Requiring a crew of only three — two pilots and a load-master — this rugged and dependable air-frame proved so versatile that it has since been adopted as the air-lifter of choice of many foreign nations. The C-17’s four turbofan engines can loft up to 170,900 lbs. at a top speed of 450 knots, with a range of up to 2,800 miles. The C-17’s STOL capability means it can use runways as short as 3,500 feet and as narrow as 90 feet, as well as unimproved airstrips. These products are minted by our partners at NWTM.

The C-17 first entered US Air Force service in 1993, meeting a requirement for a strategic air-lifter in forward theaters around on the globe. Requiring a crew of only three — two pilots and a load-master — this rugged and dependable air-frame proved so versatile that it has since been adopted as the air-lifter of choice of many foreign nations. The C-17’s four turbofan engines can loft up to 170,900 lbs. at a top speed of 450 knots, with a range of up to 2,800 miles. The C-17’s STOL capability means it can use runways as short as 3,500 feet and as narrow as 90 feet, as well as unimproved airstrips. These products are minted by our partners at NWTM.

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Full Description

The C-17 first entered US Air Force service in 1993, meeting a requirement for a strategic air-lifter in forward theaters around on the globe. Requiring a crew of only three — two pilots and a load-master — this rugged and dependable air-frame proved so versatile that it has since been adopted as the air-lifter of choice of many foreign nations. The C-17’s four turbofan engines can loft up to 170,900 lbs. at a top speed of 450 knots, with a range of up to 2,800 miles. The C-17’s STOL capability means it can use runways as short as 3,500 feet and as narrow as 90 feet, as well as unimproved airstrips. These products are minted by our partners at NWTM.

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