By Michael Barthorp
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C-20C, RANGE 2,900-ft landing field, 158,500-lb payload: 2,700 nm (2,765 mi; 4,445 km) 3,000-ft landing field, max payload: 2,400 nm (2,765 mi; 4,445 km) ferry: 4,700 nm (5,412 mi; 8,709 km) Gulfstream (C-20) The C-20 is the military version of the Gulfstream III commercial executive transport. In its military configuration, it is used as a VIP transport, reconnaissance aircraft, and special-missions aircraft. The C-20 differs from the commercial versions only with its communications equipment, interior layout, and markings.
The slighdy swept vertical tail is broad and has a constant chord and a dorsal fillet. The full-height rudder has a deep chord and a trim tab. The slightly swept horizontal surfaces are carried at the top of the fin and have full-span, balanced elevators with trim tabs. The fuselage has a sloping nose leading to a raked windshield. The cabin has a series of portholes along each side and a door in the rear on the left side. The twin-wheel main-landing-gear legs retract forward into bays in the nacelles.
Unlike other jet transports, the engines' thrust reversers in the C-17 divert the exhaust upward, allowing use of the engines for backing the plane along the ground or up a 2° slope. The backing ability permits six C-17s to be parked in a space normally holdingfour C-141s. Eight C-17s can park in the same space as three C-5s, theoretically increasing the cargo delivery per day by almost three times. The landing-field length of a C-17 with max payload is estimated at 2,700 ft (823 m), far less than the C-141 or the C-5.
British Army On Campaign 2) 1854-56 : The Crimea Men at Arms Series, 196 by Michael Barthorp