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C-18a Aircraft Ec-18b Parts 851 part numbers

Part Number
NSN
NIIN
005-0257-50 Packing Retainer
001716757
007-00078-0000 Transistor
009318231
007-0078-00 Transistor
009318231
0177-31 Incandescent Lamp
001557784
03-001-0375 Plain Bearing Self-aligning
010308773
03-403-06 Plain Bearing Self-aligning
010308773
03-703-06 Plain Bearing Self-aligning
010308773
0436-12 Self-locking Nut Hexagon
008575547
002638013
070512 Retaining Ring
005981474
0933-201 Sleeve Spacer
005804454
10-0015 Dome Light
000865156
10-2108-501 Circuit Breaker
013189547
10-51005 Plain Nut Castellated
001671284
1005-726-5593 Machine Screw
001509212
10086627 Straight Rod Headless
000433723
10088001 Flat Washer
001848980
10107319 Ball Bearing Airframe
000420446
10114198 Machine Bolt
001822056
10114610 Machine Screw
008409275
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Boeing C-137 Stratoliner

The Boeing C-137 Stratoliner was a VIP transport aircraft derived from the Boeing 707 jet airliner used by the United States Air Force. Other nations also bought both new and used 707s for military service, primarily as VIP or tanker transports. In addition, the 707 served as the basis for several specialized versions, such as the E-3 Sentry AWACS aircraft. The designation C-18 covers several later variants based on the 707-320B/C series.

USAF procurement of the Boeing 707 was very limited, amounting to three Model 707-153s designated VC-137A. When delivered in 1959 these had four 13,500 lb (6123 kg) dry thrust Pratt & Whitney J57 (JT3C6) turbojets; when subsequently re-engined with 18,000 lbf (80.1 kN) dry thrust TF33-P-5 (JT3D) turbofans they were redesignated VC-137B. Only one other variant served with the USAF: this was the VC-137C Air Force One presidential transport, the two examples of which were Model 707-320B Intercontinentals with specialized interior furnishings and advanced communications equipment. Two further non-presidential C-137C aircraft were later added.