Fact Sheet, C-9A/C Nightingale

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The C-9A, known as the Nightingale, was developed to fill the need for an aeromedical evacuation (medevac) aircraft. The Air Force purchased 20 C-9As to replace older propeller-driven medevac planes. This plane, serial numberwas the first C-9A delivered to the Military Airlift Command in and was retired from the Air Mobility Command.

C-9A/C Nightingale The C-9 is a twin-engine, T-tailed, medium-range, swept-wing jet aircraft used primarily for Air Mobility Command's aeromedical evacuation mission. The Nightingale is a modified version of the McDonnell Douglas Aircraft Corporation's DC It is the only aircraft in the inventory specifically designed for the movement of.

The McDonnell Douglas C-9 was a military version of the McDonnell Douglas DC-9 airliner. It was produced as the C-9A Nightingale for the United States Air Force, and the C-9B Skytrain II for the U.S. Navy and Marine final flight of the C-9A Nightingale was in Septemberand the C-9C was retired in September The U.S.

Navy retired its last C-9B in July Manufacturer: McDonnell Douglas. C-9A/C Nightingale C-9B Skytrain II The C-9 is a twin-engine, T-tailed, medium-range, swept-wing jet aircraft used primarily for Air Mobility Command's aeromedical evacuation mission. Full text of "The United States DOD Fact File" See other formats.

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