Lockheed C-5 Galaxy
C-5M Super Galaxy: Upgrading the USAF's Giant
Clive Bennett visited Dover AFB to hear about C-5 Galaxy operations as examples of the latest C-5M Super Galaxy variant entered service with the USAF. This article first appeared in the July 2013 issue of Aviation News
Final two CH-47Fs delivered to Australia
A USAF-operated C-5M Super Galaxy has delivered the final two of an additional four CH-47F Chinooks to the Australian Army
Contract awarded for Galaxy avionics upgrade
Key avionics upgrades to the US Air Force’s (USAF’s) Lockheed Martin C-5M Super Galaxy strategic transport fleet are to be carried under a US$92.8m contract, which was recently awarded to the Tyonek Native Corporation
Lockheed Martin receives C-5M logistics support contract
Lockheed Martin has been awarded a US$129.3m contract by the USAF to provide contractor logistics support services for the air arm’s C-5M Super Galaxy heavy-lift strategic transport fleet
Celebrating the Galaxy: Part Two
In the second of a two part interview, Key.Aero speaks with Col Brian Trumble, the commander of the 22nd AS 'Mulies', about the capabilities and the future of the USAF's C-5 Galaxy force, 50 years after the platform first entered operational service.
Celebrating the C-5 Galaxy: Part One
In the first of a two part interview, Key.Aero speaks with Col Brian Trumble, the commander of the 22nd AS 'Mulies', about the current operations of the USAF's C-5 Galaxy force, 50 years after the platform first entered operational service.
Big Beasts: The World’s Four Largest Military Transports
Key.Aero explores and analyses four of the world’s largest operational military transport aircraft
Saluting the C-5 Galaxy!
From Vietnam to a host of humanitarian missions, the US Air Force’s largest aircraft has been using its heavy-lifting capabilities for 50 years. And it’s still got at least another two decades left in it yet…
REPLACE OR RETAIN? THE NEED TO DIVEST OLD AIRCRAFT…
Senior US Air Force officials are highlighting the need to divest some legacy platforms that are costly and possibly no longer fit for purpose.
USAF considers new role for C-5M
THE USAF IS considering modifications for its C-5M fleet that would allow the Super Galaxy to support large-scale aeromedical evacuation missions.