History and Literature of Byzantium in the 9th and 10th by Athanasios Markopoulos

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Col. George London; and loadmaster Ted Venturini The crew pose in front of T-l in Long Beach prior to the successful first flight of the C-17. -- WARBIRDTECH i_ _ :MIl C-17 alrcrew receive their Globemaster III training at the 97th Air Mobility Wing (AMW), Altus AFB, Oklahoma. One of the unit's eight ''flying classrooms" shows off its colorful tail markings. Note the Air Education and Training Command (AETC) label beneath the American flag and a unique moose nose marking. (Boeing) Air Force Reserve squadrons operate C-17s beside their active duty counterparts in the 437th and 62nd AWs.

LandingfTaxi - -' WingTip- ; - . LandingfTaXi~_ .. , Landing and Taxi Lights Upper Anticollision! Rendezvous Light Upper Fuselage Floodlight Formation (Trailing) UARRSI Floodlight and EL Strip Lights ~~ Formation (Side by Side) ~ LandingfTaxi Light Formation (Side by Side) High-Intensity Strobe Recognition and Navigation Lights (Both Sides) Landing Lights (Both Sides) Nacelle and Wing Scanning Lights Taxi Light The C-17 is equipped with a tremendous number of exterior lights. These facilitate safe nighttime maintenance, cargo loading operations, taxi in confined spaces, and formation flight.

The troop doors are larger than those on other airlifters, reducing the chance of injury on paratroop exit. Red, amber (15 second warning), and green jump lights adjacent to the door are similar to those used since World War II. Jumpers attach their static lines to overhead anchor cables strung along both sides of the cargo compartment. A jumper whose static line fails to release would trail behind the aircraft. The trooper may then be pulled aboard using a static line retriever winch. The winch is normally used to pull in the static lines and parachute deployment bags ("0" bags used to hold the canopy and risers) that collect outside the aircraft.

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