Stratolifter C/kc-135 Aircraft Parts

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Part Number
NSN
NIIN
0 332 209 150 Electromagnetic Relay
011927661
0-001-366-010 Engine Starter Motor
012151733
000004004830000 Blind Rivet
008664670
0000922705 Fluid Filter Element
006115303
000101031S Extension Ladder
010921894
00044 Plain Encased Seal
000640612
0004773815 Fluid Filter Element
006115303
001-0315-01 Aircraf Electrostatic Discharger
008887706
001-0315-02 Aircraf Electrostatic Discharger
008887706
001-7750 Aircraf Electrostatic Discharger
008887706
001965 Pressure Transmitter
005267864
003145T Tapered Roller Cone And Rollers
001982280
003421 Electromagnetic Relay
008110670
00506 High Voltage Probe
010634195
0054432 Cargo Pallet Cover
009301480
00625379 Quick Disconnect Coupling Half
003694593
0065238.53.60 O-ring
002519365
007-654144 Tapered Roller Cone And Rollers
001982280
009-7507 O-ring
011161053
00P636 Hand Operated Arbor Press
002238359
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Aircraft, Stratolifter C/kc-135

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The Boeing C-135 Stratolifter is a transport aircraft derived from the prototype Boeing 367-80 jet airliner (also the basis for the 707) in the early 1950s. It has a narrower fuselage and is shorter than the 707. Boeing gave the aircraft the internal designation of Model 717. Since the first one was built in August 1956, the C-135 and its variants have been a fixture of the United States Air Force.

A large majority of the 820 units were developed as KC-135A Stratotankers for mid-air refueling. However, they have also performed numerous transport and special-duty functions. Forty-five base-model aircraft were built as C-135A or C-135B transports with the tanking equipment excluded. As is the case with the KC-135, the C-135 is also recognized as the Model 717 by Boeing.

Fifteen C-135As, powered by Pratt & Whitney J57 turbojets, were built. In later years, almost all were upgraded with Pratt & Whitney TF33 turbofan engines and wide-span tail planes, and were re-designated C-135E. Most were converted to various special roles, including airborne command posts, missile-tracking platforms, and VIP transports, and were withdrawn throughout the 1990s.

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