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C17 Transport Aircraft Taking Off from RAF Brize Norton Featured Central African Republic Print

C17 Transport Aircraft Taking Off from RAF Brize Norton

A Royal Air Force 99 Squadron C17 aircraft taking off from RAF Brize Norton providing air transport assistance to France for the Central African Republic (CAR).
The C17 is capable of rapid, strategic delivery of troops and all types of cargo to main operating bases anywhere in the world, or directly to more temporary forward operating bases owing to its short field capability. The design of the aircraft allows it to carry out high-angle, steep approaches at relatively slow speeds, thus allowing it to operate into small, austere airfields onto runways as short as 3, 500 feet long and only 90 feet wide.
The aircraft can operate into and out of problematic sites such as those surrounded by inhospitable terrain or made difficult by adverse weather conditions. The fully-integrated, electronic flight-deck and the advanced cargo-handling systems allow a basic crew of only two pilots and one air loadmaster to operate the aircraft.
On the ground, the aircraft can be turned in a very small radius and its four Pratt & Whitney engines are fully reversible, giving it the ability to manoeuvre into and out of restricted parking or freight-offload areas at undeveloped strips.
This enables the C-17 to deliver cargo to small airfields with limited parking space in a shorter time, so increasing throughput where time on the ground is kept to a minimum. The C-17 can transport 45, 360kgs of freight over 4, 500 nautical miles whilst flying at heights in excess of 30, 000 feet

© Crown copyright

Office of colonial agent Hecker in French Equatorial Africa Featured Central African Republic Print

Office of colonial agent Hecker in French Equatorial Africa

Office (Factorerie) of colonial agent A. Hecker in Pointe-Noire, a city on the west coast of French Equatorial Africa (Afrique ?atoriale fran?se, AEF; today Republic of the Congo). The colony comprised territories of present-day Chad, the Central African Republic, Cameroon, the Republic of the Congo, and Gabon. Date: circa 1910

© Mary Evans / Pharcide

Colonial Africa. Delimitation of the new Franco-German Featured Central African Republic Print

Colonial Africa. Delimitation of the new Franco-German

Colonial Africa. Delimitation of the new Franco-German borders in Congo. Commissioners of both countries in the swampy jungle of the Lobaye Valley, actual Central African Republic. Illustration in illustrated supplement from 'Le Petit Journal '. 11/02/1913. Engraving

© Iberfoto/Mary Evans

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