PACAF Chief Calls For More Arctic-Equipped Airlift

Credit: LC-130: Senior Airman Ben German
As competition heats up in the arctic and Antarctic, the head of U.S. Pacific Air Forces, Gen. Charles Brown, called for acquiring more ski-equipped airlifters. The New York Air National Guard operates 10 Lockheed Martin LC-130s, which feature landing skids instead of wheels to land on ice- and snow...

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