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    Lockheed C-5B Galaxy 60th AW - Travis AFB camouflage

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      1/400 C-5B Galaxy USAF, 60th AW - Travis AFB w/camouflage markings Tail#: 70042 This model is fully detailed with accurate camouflage painting from a C-5 stationed at Travis AFB. This unique paint scheme on this great aircraft ensures this title will not be around for long. Don't miss this one! Main Features: - Accurate C-5B mold approved by Lockheed Martin - True to 1/400 scale - Detailed camouflage markings that are accurate to the smallest detail - Quality diecast construction - Display inflight or on the ground (stand included) - Approximate dimensions: 7 long x 6.6 wide x 1.8 high About Travis AFB: Travis Air Force Base is a United States Air Force air field in the Central Valley of California, near Fairfield, CA. Called the Gateway to the Pacific√∑, Travis handles more cargo and passengers than any other military air terminal in the United States. The base?s host unit, the 60th Air Mobility Wing, is the largest wing in the Air Force?s Air Mobility Command, with a versatile fleet of 37 C-5 Galaxies and 27 KC-10 Extenders. About the C-5 Galaxy: The C-5 Galaxy is one of the world's largest aircraft and is as long as a football field and as high as a six-story building. It was designed to provide strategic airlift for deployment and supply of combat and support forces. The C-5 can carry unusually large and heavy cargos for intercontinental ranges at jet speeds. It is powered by four turbofan engines and is the only aircraft that is capable of transporting any Army's combat equipment including fully equipped troops, 74-ton mobile scissors bridges, tanks and helicopters. With its massive payload capability, the C-5 has been involved in many historic airlift missions and has contributed tremendous efforts to many important humanitarian operations.