Stuff You Can Buy
 
 
 
Other Stuff
 
 

Douglas C-124 Globemaster II


click on photo for more images
(Photo: Hal Maynard, LtCol USAF Retired)

The prototype C-124, the fifth C-74 with a deeper fuselage and clamshell nose loading doors, first flew in 1949 and entered service in 1950.  Around 450 were built.  Used in conjunction with the Douglas C-133, the Globemaster II remained in service until replaced by the Lockheed C-5A Galaxy in 1970.
     
Specifications (C-124C)

 

 

 

Type: Transport
Engines: four 3,800 hp (2834 kW) Pratt & Whitney R-4360-63A radials
     

Related Pages

   
     
More about Douglas Aircraft
   
     

Stuff You Can Buy

 

Book:
Douglas C-124 Globemaster II
Berlin

Display Model:
1/100 Scale (21" wing span)
Mahogany
 

 

 

 

Use of photographs | References  | Disclaimer | Privacy

 
   

Apple iTunes

free counters

   

Kenneth W Shanaberger 2000 - 2010