Low Cost, Low Altitude

If only the Army had it’s own organic airlift asset and didn’t have to rely on contractor operated Caribou LCLA support for distant outposts…

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3 thoughts on “Low Cost, Low Altitude”

  1. If we did what I think should be done, the Army would have an organic airlift capability. But, noooooooooooooooooo! So, Army airlift will still get scheduled out of Scott, and will continue to go wanting.

  2. Ah yes the ‘bou…radial engines in the 60’s and turbines in the 90’s on. Great airframe that has stood the test of time and proven its worth many times over. Yes, the Army should have its own organic lift capability.

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