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Aircraft Flown at Scott

C-12 Huron, 1984-94: The C-12 Huron is a military version of an executive passenger and transport aircraft based on the Beech Model 200 Super King Air. It is primarily used by the Air Force, Navy, Army and Marine Corps for several functions, including range clearance, embassy support, medical evacuation, VIP transport, passenger and light cargo transport. The C-12 took its maiden flight on Oct. 27, 1972, and entered service with the Army in 1974. The aircraft can accommodate a maximum of two crew and 13 passengers or 5,000 pounds of cargo. More than 300 of these aircraft are currently in service with the armed forces. The C-12 Huron is the mainstay of operational support airlift.

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