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Aircraft Flown at Scott

C-9 Nightingale, 1968-2003: In 1968, MAC activated a new 1400th Air Base Wing to take over host wing responsibility for Scott AFB. This allowed the 375th to focus more on its aeromedical airlift mission—a mission that was expanding through the addition of new medical transport aircraft, C-9A Nightingales. The new C-9A Nightingale was equipped with an assortment of important medical capabilities, but one of its most significant new features was its increased speed and range over existing medical transports.

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