While at Charleston, he played a key role as an AE technician and evaluator, and was qualified to serve on C-141 Starlifters, C-130 Hercules, KC-135 Stratotankers and C-17 Globemaster Ills, as well as Civil Reserve Air Fleet aircraft.
What does C-141 stand for?
C-141 stands for Starlifter
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A graduate from the Air Force ROTC program, Parker flew the C-141 Starlifter in combat missions during Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm.
Equipped with the manufacturer's proprietary Starlifter undercarriage, which offers 4.
He is also a veteran of the United States Air Force, where he served as a navigator on the C-141B Starlifter for 9 years.
She flew the C-141 Starlifter at Travis AFB, Calif.
The architecture for doing this, called Starlifter, will hit the market in 2012, CEO Mike Klayko said in an interview after the event.
The C-17 Globemaster III, the most flexible cargo aircraft to enter the airlift force, has replaced the C--141 Starlifter as our principal cargo lifter.
When Lockheed was nearing the end of its C-141 Starlifter contract at its Marietta, Georgia, plant, the company began its pursuit of a contract for another transport plane, the C-5A Galaxy.