Berlin Airlift Historical Foundation - Douglas C-54 Skymaster
Bill Maloney

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01 Douglas C-54 Skymaster 02 Douglas C-54 Skymaster 03 Douglas C-54 Nose Gear 04 Douglas C-54 Nose Gear
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05 C-54 R-2000 Radials 06 Pratt & Whitney R-2000 Radial 07 Pratt & Whitney R-2000 Radial 08 C-54 Main Gear
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09 C-54 Main Gear 10 C-54 Main Gear 11C-54 Landing Lights 12 Douglas C-54 Nose Gear
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13 Douglas C-54 Nose Gear 14 Douglas C-54 Cargo Hatch 15 C-54 Battery Holder 16 Pratt & Whitney R-2000 Radial

Douglas C-54 Skymaster Specifications:

Another Douglas C-54 Skymaster
Douglas C-54 Skymaster Transport Aircraft
Douglas C-54 Skymaster at the Air Mobility Command Museum in Dover, Delaware

Length: 93 feet, 5 inches
115 feet, 5 inches
27 feet, 5 inches
Empty - 41,000lbs Max Takeoff - 69,000lbs
Max Speed: 274mph at 20,000 feet
Cruise Speed: 190mph at 16,000 feet
Range: 4,000 miles
Service Ceiling: 22,400 feet
Fuel Capacity: 3,500 gallons
Powerplant: Four Pratt & Whitney R2000 Twin Wasp radial engines 1,450hp each
First Flight: 1942
Cost: $

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