A Canadian Forces combat crew captured the first landing of a Boeing C-17 at CFS Alert station in Nunavut Territory — basically, as close to the North Pole as the C-17 will ever get. A Canadian air force press release notes the C-17 can haul three times the cargo of the C-130. On this trip, however, it appears only one pallet of supplies was unloaded, and it mainly consisted of cans of soda!
VIDEO: C-17 on top of the world
By Stephen Trimble on 18 August, 2010 in Uncategorised
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