Starlifter C-141 Aircraft Parts

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Part Number
NSN
NIIN
000-00750-734 Nonmetallic Hose
004937373
0000922705 Fluid Filter Element
006115303
00044 Plain Encased Seal
003468232
0004773815 Fluid Filter Element
006115303
001965 Pressure Transmitter
005267864
002-62-7080 Spiral Wound Gasket
013760825
004127020 Spiral Wound Gasket
013752910
004127049 Spiral Wound Gasket
013752910
004500-4304 Electrical Receptacle Connector
005783565
0054432 Cargo Pallet Cover
009301480
01-042-0875 Rod End Plain Bearing
009684584
01-1-02-0009 Machine Screw
006881903
010-008-005 Liquid Quantity Transmitter
007588491
010-008-014 Liquid Quantity Transmitter
007588500
01018G Eye Wash Station Bottle
012942118
01088-110V Extension Light
001795054
01182001 Fluid Filter Element
004057377
0147-15-500 1885 Fluid Filter Element
004057377
015-0761-0 Wire Rope
000322938
015-1957-000 Wire Rope Swaging Sleeve
001329162
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Aircraft, Starlifter C-141

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The Lockheed C-141 Starlifter was a military strategic airlifter in service with the Military Air Transport Service (MATS), its successor organization the Military Airlift Command (MAC), and finally the Air Mobility Command (AMC) of the United States Air Force (USAF). The aircraft also served with airlift and air mobility wings of the Air Force Reserve (AFRES), later renamed Air Force Reserve Command (AFRC), the Air National Guard (ANG) and, later, one air mobility wing of the Air Education and Training Command (AETC) dedicated to C-141, C-5, C-17 and KC-135 training.

Introduced to replace slower propeller driven cargo planes such as the C-124 Globemaster II and C-133 Cargomaster, the C-141 was designed to requirements set in 1960 and first flew in 1963. Production deliveries of an eventual 285 planes began in 1965: 284 for the Air Force, and one for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) for use as an airborne observatory. The aircraft remained in service for over 40 years until the USAF withdrew the last C-141s from service in 2006, after replacing the airlifter with the C-17 Globemaster III.

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