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Women's History Month FlightWomen's History Month Flight
Women's History Month Flight

Lt. Col. Kimberly Welter, 458th Airlift Squadron commander, prepares for a C-21 flight mission with the 375th Air Evacuation Squadron at Scott Air Force Base, Illinois, March 25, 2016. The crew consisted of only women to recognize and honor Women’s History Month. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Senior Airman Megan Friedl)
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Posted: 4/1/2016

New Addition to Scott Field Heritage Air ParkNew Addition to Scott Field Heritage Air Park
New Addition to Scott Field Heritage Air Park

Scott Air Force Base key agencies gathered together along with the 126th Air Refueling Wing Crashed, Damaged or Disabled Aircraft Recovery unit to move a C-21 to Scott Field Heritage Air Park Jan. 28, making it the sixth plane to be retired there. The C-21 is a military variant of the Learjet 35A, with room for eight passengers and cargo. In addition to its normal role, the aircraft is capable of transporting litters during medical evacuations. Delivery of the C-21 fleet began in April 1984 and was completed in October 1985 with the majority of the continental United States based C-21’s being consolidated within the 375th Airlift Wing by April 1997. The C-21 can carry eight passengers and 42 cubic feet of cargo. The C-21’s fuel capacity is 931 gallons with refueling accomplished at ground level through each wingtip tank. The safety and operational capabilities of the plane are increased by the autopilot, color weather radar and tactical air navigation system, as well as high frequency, very high frequency and ultra high frequency radios. (Courtesy photos)
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Posted: 2/4/2016

New Addition to Scott Field Heritage Air ParkNew Addition to Scott Field Heritage Air Park
New Addition to Scott Field Heritage Air Park

Scott Air Force Base key agencies gathered together along with the 126th Air Refueling Wing Crashed, Damaged or Disabled Aircraft Recovery unit to move a C-21 to Scott Field Heritage Air Park Jan. 28, making it the sixth plane to be retired there. The C-21 is a military variant of the Learjet 35A, with room for eight passengers and cargo. In addition to its normal role, the aircraft is capable of transporting litters during medical evacuations. Delivery of the C-21 fleet began in April 1984 and was completed in October 1985 with the majority of the continental United States based C-21’s being consolidated within the 375th Airlift Wing by April 1997. The C-21 can carry eight passengers and 42 cubic feet of cargo. The C-21’s fuel capacity is 931 gallons with refueling accomplished at ground level through each wingtip tank. The safety and operational capabilities of the plane are increased by the autopilot, color weather radar and tactical air navigation system, as well as high frequency, very high frequency and ultra high frequency radios. (Courtesy photos)
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Posted: 2/4/2016

New Addition to Scott Field Heritage Air ParkNew Addition to Scott Field Heritage Air Park
New Addition to Scott Field Heritage Air Park

Scott Air Force Base key agencies gathered together along with the 126th Air Refueling Wing Crashed, Damaged or Disabled Aircraft Recovery unit to move a C-21 to Scott Field Heritage Air Park Jan. 28, making it the sixth plane to be retired there. The C-21 is a military variant of the Learjet 35A, with room for eight passengers and cargo. In addition to its normal role, the aircraft is capable of transporting litters during medical evacuations. Delivery of the C-21 fleet began in April 1984 and was completed in October 1985 with the majority of the continental United States based C-21’s being consolidated within the 375th Airlift Wing by April 1997. The C-21 can carry eight passengers and 42 cubic feet of cargo. The C-21’s fuel capacity is 931 gallons with refueling accomplished at ground level through each wingtip tank. The safety and operational capabilities of the plane are increased by the autopilot, color weather radar and tactical air navigation system, as well as high frequency, very high frequency and ultra high frequency radios. (Courtesy photos)
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Posted: 2/4/2016

New Addition to Scott Field Heritage Air ParkNew Addition to Scott Field Heritage Air Park
New Addition to Scott Field Heritage Air Park

Scott Air Force Base key agencies gathered together along with the 126th Air Refueling Wing Crashed, Damaged or Disabled Aircraft Recovery unit to move a C-21 to Scott Field Heritage Air Park Jan. 28, making it the sixth plane to be retired there. The C-21 is a military variant of the Learjet 35A, with room for eight passengers and cargo. In addition to its normal role, the aircraft is capable of transporting litters during medical evacuations. Delivery of the C-21 fleet began in April 1984 and was completed in October 1985 with the majority of the continental United States based C-21’s being consolidated within the 375th Airlift Wing by April 1997. The C-21 can carry eight passengers and 42 cubic feet of cargo. The C-21’s fuel capacity is 931 gallons with refueling accomplished at ground level through each wingtip tank. The safety and operational capabilities of the plane are increased by the autopilot, color weather radar and tactical air navigation system, as well as high frequency, very high frequency and ultra high frequency radios. (Courtesy photos)
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Posted: 2/4/2016

New Addition to Scott Field Heritage Air ParkNew Addition to Scott Field Heritage Air Park
New Addition to Scott Field Heritage Air Park

Scott Air Force Base key agencies gathered together along with the 126th Air Refueling Wing Crashed, Damaged or Disabled Aircraft Recovery unit to move a C-21 to Scott Field Heritage Air Park Jan. 28, making it the sixth plane to be retired there. The C-21 is a military variant of the Learjet 35A, with room for eight passengers and cargo. In addition to its normal role, the aircraft is capable of transporting litters during medical evacuations. Delivery of the C-21 fleet began in April 1984 and was completed in October 1985 with the majority of the continental United States based C-21’s being consolidated within the 375th Airlift Wing by April 1997. The C-21 can carry eight passengers and 42 cubic feet of cargo. The C-21’s fuel capacity is 931 gallons with refueling accomplished at ground level through each wingtip tank. The safety and operational capabilities of the plane are increased by the autopilot, color weather radar and tactical air navigation system, as well as high frequency, very high frequency and ultra high frequency radios. (Courtesy photos)
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Posted: 2/4/2016

New Addition to Scott Field Heritage Air ParkNew Addition to Scott Field Heritage Air Park
New Addition to Scott Field Heritage Air Park

Scott Air Force Base key agencies gathered together along with the 126th Air Refueling Wing Crashed, Damaged or Disabled Aircraft Recovery unit to move a C-21 to Scott Field Heritage Air Park Jan. 28, making it the sixth plane to be retired there. The C-21 is a military variant of the Learjet 35A, with room for eight passengers and cargo. In addition to its normal role, the aircraft is capable of transporting litters during medical evacuations. Delivery of the C-21 fleet began in April 1984 and was completed in October 1985 with the majority of the continental United States based C-21’s being consolidated within the 375th Airlift Wing by April 1997. The C-21 can carry eight passengers and 42 cubic feet of cargo. The C-21’s fuel capacity is 931 gallons with refueling accomplished at ground level through each wingtip tank. The safety and operational capabilities of the plane are increased by the autopilot, color weather radar and tactical air navigation system, as well as high frequency, very high frequency and ultra high frequency radios. (Courtesy photos)
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Posted: 2/4/2016

C-21 OperationsC-21 Operations
C-21 Operations

1st Lt. Kenneth Kaczmarek, 458th Airlift Squadron pilot, performs a preflight inspection on a C-21 before engine startup Aug. 15, 2013, Scott Air Force Base, Ill. The C-21 is a twin turbofan-engine aircraft capable of flying 530 mph and can reach an altitude of 45,000 feet. Scott AFB is the lead command for the aircraft. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Christopher Boitz)
C-21 Operations


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Posted: 8/15/2013

C-21 OperationsC-21 Operations
C-21 Operations

Aircrew members from the 375th Operations Group perform a preflight inspection on a C-21 Aug. 15, 2013, Scott Air Force Base, Ill. Before each flight, the aircrew ensures that the aircraft is free of damage and is operationally ready to fly. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Christopher Boitz)
C-21 Operations


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Posted: 8/15/2013

C-21 OperationsC-21 Operations
C-21 Operations

Aircrew members from the 375th Operations Group walk towards a row of C-21's Aug. 15, 2013, Scott Air Force Base, Ill. The C-21 is used for cargo and passenger airlift and has the ability to provide aeromedical evacuations. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Christopher Boitz)
C-21 Operations


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Posted: 8/15/2013

Djibouti Armed Forces delegation visits C-21 unitDjibouti Armed Forces delegation visits C-21 unit
Djibouti Armed Forces delegation visits C-21 unit

A pilot from the 458th Airlift Squadron, 1st Lt. Peter Grooms, uses his second language, French, to explain the C-21 mission to logistics officers from the Djibouti Armed Forces during a tour May 22, 2013. The delegation visited Scott AFB, Ill, as part of an outreach program hosted by U.S. Transportation Command. (U.S. Air Force photo/Christine Spargur)
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Posted: 5/23/2013

C-21C-21
C-21

A C-21 assigned to 458 Airlift Squadron,Scott Air Force Base, Ill.(Images by 3rd Combat Camera Squadron)
C-21


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Posted: 2/14/2012

    

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