C-47 Dakota

A military transport aircraft, developed from the Douglas DC-3, that was used extensively by the Allied forces during World War II. It was known for its versatility and its ability to operate from unpaved airstrips.

C-128

A large, four-engine transport aircraft developed by Curtiss-Wright. It was used by the United States military during the Korean War and Cold War, primarily for transporting troops and supplies.

C-113

A large, four-engine transport aircraft developed by Curtiss-Wright. It was used by the United States military during World War II for cargo transport and troop transport.

C-129

A large, four-engine transport aircraft developed by Lockheed. It was used by the United States military during the Korean War and Cold War, primarily for transporting troops and supplies.

C-114

A large, four-engine transport aircraft developed by Lockheed. It was used by the United States military during World War II for cargo transport and troop transport.

C-115

A large, four-engine transport aircraft developed by Boeing. It was used by the United States military during World War II for cargo transport and troop transport.

C-116

A large, four-engine transport aircraft developed by Douglas Aircraft. It was used by the United States military during World War II for cargo transport and troop transport.

C-117

A large, four-engine transport aircraft developed by Curtiss-Wright. It was used by the United States military during World War II for cargo transport and troop transport.

C-118A

A variant of the C-118 Liftmaster transport aircraft, featuring improvements to its engines and other systems. It was used by the United States military during the Korean War and Cold War.

C-118B

Another variant of the C-118 Liftmaster transport aircraft, featuring further improvements to its engines and other systems. It was used by the United States military during the Korean War and Cold War.