Views of USAF C-74 aircraft. Instrument panel, cockpit, maintenance access, takeoff, landing, flying on only two engines
Dayton Ohio USA Date:1947 Duration:2 min 24 sec Sound:NO SOUND
A U.S. Air Force C-74 Globemaster cargo aircraft at Wright Field in Dayton, Ohio. Flight engineer's Instrument panel in the C-74 aircraft with view of cockpit to the left, with double bubble windows. Loran set screen seen to left of the cockpit, at Navigators station. Exterior view. "Beetle" double cockpit windows clearly visible. Crewmen examine nose wheel. Interior of cockpit, with main flight control wheel and, to its left, at knee position of pilot, the nose wheel steering wheel can be seen. Flight engineer opens hatch in floor of cargo compartment and crawls through superstructure of aircraft to perform maintance. C-74 takes off, retracting landing gear as it climbs out. Several views of C-74 in flight, including one accompanied by another aircraft, and one in which it is operating on only two engines, with engines number 3 and 4 shutdown and feathered. C-74, descending for landing, with landing gear extended. It touches down quite long on the runway and appears to employ reverse thrust on its engines during ground roll.
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