The Fairchild C-119 Flying Boxcar (Navy and Marine Corps designation R4Q)
was an American military transport aircraft developed from the World War II-era ...
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Oct 25, 2008 ... Fairchild C-119 Flying Boxcar history segment from the documentary, "
Hagerstown-Remembering Our Aviation History" www.
The first "Flying Boxcar" was designated the XC-82B, and looked like a C-119.
They decided to solve the power problems in the new airplane, so it had P&W ...
Fairchild C-119 "Jet-Pack" version, N5216R, operated by. Hawkins and Powers
Aviation, Greybull, Wyoming, USA. (Photo source unknown. Please contact us if ...
A giant transport of the U.S. Far East Air Forces Combat Cargo Command roars in for a landing at an advanced airfield somewhere in Korea. This plane carries a load of seven and a half tons -- 15,000 pounds. The rear doors were taken off the transport prior to the miss... More »
the purpose of this website is to tell a few of the many stories of the C-119 Flying
Boxcar, especially those stories of the civilian operators in Alaska. We also ...
C-119 Flying Boxcar. For one reason or another airplanes have been given
nicknames that stick with them through the ages. Whether it is a distinguishing
The Fairchild C119 "Flying Boxcar" was developed during WWII as the C82.
Intended as a multipurpose troop carrier, paratrooper and cargo plane that could
Jul 6, 2010 ... Fairchild C-119 Flying Boxcar - The C-119 proved to be a tremendous post-war
performer in the transport and gunship roles.
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