McDonnell Douglas KC-10 Extender static display, at the California Capital Airshow.
The KC-10 plays a key role in the mobilization of US military assets, taking part in overseas operations far from home. These aircraft participated in the 1986 bombing of Libya and 1999 NATO bombing of Yugoslavia, and more recently, Operations Enduring Freedom, Iraqi Freedom and Noble Eagle. However, the KC-10 was most notable for its participation in the Gulf War, where it was central to the airlift and aerial refueling effort. The aircraft is expected to serve until 2043.
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