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What It Takes to Fly The $340 Million C-17 Globemaster III

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One of the greatest freight planes on the planet, the C-17 Globemaster III has a payload limit of 172,000 pounds. The huge plane is utilized in an assortment of missions, including clearing endeavors and troop transport in Afghanistan after the Taliban assumed liability for Kabul in August 2021. This airplane requires just three team individuals to fly: a pilot, a copilot, and a loadmaster. The insider went through three days at Travis Air Force Base, where we noticed the preparation needed to fly these monster’s $340 million accomplishments of designing. That preparation included dominating the pilot training program, arranging the appropriate execution of a mission, and afterward setting that mission in motion with a teacher pilot and performing it in the sky.

In a past form of this video, our voiceover mistakenly expressed that the C-17’s most extreme payload is 585,000 pounds. That number alludes to the airplane’s most extreme departure weight. We lament the mistake.