By N Williams, Nicholas M. Williams
Книга airplane of the USA' army Air delivery carrier 1948 to 1966 airplane of the U.S.' army Air shipping provider 1948 to 1966 Книги Вооружение Автор: Nicholas M. Williams Год издания: 1999 Формат: pdf Издат.:Midland Страниц: 194 Размер: 149.72 ISBN: 1857800877 Язык: Английский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:Formed firstly of the "Cold warfare" period, the army Air delivery carrier (MATS) sprung out of the newly-created usa Air strength to serve the U.S. army through the international. From the Berlin Airlift to Vietnam, MATS crews and airplane have been came upon at each "hot spot," and MATS represented a golden period for the us Air Force.As good because the historical past of the provider mostly, Williams presents in-depth insurance of every form of plane operated. a good choice of pictures in top of the range, large-format copy accents the textual content.
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Each group was subdivided into squadrons and detachments which operated airfield control towers, direction finder stations, and several Military Air Traffic Control (MATCon) centers. However, the only AACS controlled facility in Korea at the time was a low-power homing beacon at Kimpo Airfield, which qUickly fell into enemy hands at the war's beginning. On 26th June 1950, representatives ofthe 1808th AACS Wing and Headquarters, Far East Air Forces, met to determine what was needed to support air traffic control in the war zone.
The three squadrons of the group provided transition training on all four-engined transport aircraft as well as the B-50 and SA-16 types until the late 1950s. 38 AIRCRAFT OF THE MILITARY AIR TRANSPORT SERVICE 1948-1966 A similar picture of growth and decline during the 1950s existed for the MATS aircraft inventory_ In 1950, MATS possessed about 600 total aircraft, including aircraft from its transport division as well as from its Air Rescue Service, Flight Service, Airways and Air Communications Service, and Air Weather Service.
The two YC-131Cs were the first aircraft to be converted and delivered, in January 1955, and were the first to complete their test program in December, six weeks ahead of schedule. The YC-97Js were delivered in September 1955 and completed their accelerated test program in November 1956, also six weeks ahead of schedule. The two YC-121Fs were delivered to the 1700th Test Squadron (Turbo-Prop) in February and April 1956 and completed their test program in June 1957. All six test aircraft established new records for speed on both continental and intercontinental flights, although the two YC-121Fs, the fastest of the three types, suffered a series of problems with cracked propellers and propeller pump housings and with re-skinning a portion of the upper wing surfaces, and reportedly were among the noisiest passenger aircraft ever to fly.
Aircraft of the United States' Military Air Transport Service 1948 to 1966 by N Williams, Nicholas M. Williams