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There is a great sense of relief, because we have been working on this for some time and think when people come to see the C-5 they will really be impressed.
This delivery brings the Air Force one step closer to realizing the full capability of an upgraded and more efficient C-5 fleet," said Lorraine Martin, Lockheed Martin C-5 program vice president.
Using these strategic imperatives for change as a guide, this article seeks to begin a discussion about intellectual modernization of the C-5.
Michael Moseley presented the award to the C-5 PDM Process Improvement Team in late September.
The C-17's maximum gross takeoff weight is 585,000 pounds, compared to 769,000 for a C-5, 323,100 for a C-141 and 155,000 for an MC-130.
Zirkelback, an engineer on the C-5 Avionics Modernization Program at Marietta, was named Most Promising Engineer in the Advanced Degree category of the Hispanic Engineer National Achievement Awards.
C-Port's technologies, such as the C-5 Network Processor, are part of Motorola's Smart Networks Platform.
After getting our lineup instructions, we saw the C-5 on approach approximately 12 nm to the reciprocal runway, 28 left.
Lockheed was offering an up-to-date version of the C-5, but the Air Force was looking for a smaller, more maneuverable cargo plane that could land on unimproved runways, would not take up as much space of the ground, and would still be able to carry outsized cargo such as tanks and heavy artillery.
In May 2004, CPI Aero was awarded a C-5 TOP (wing tips, others and panels) contract by the U.
The air logistics center used an operations research technique called "Critical Chain" to reduce the number of C-5 aircraft undergoing repair and overhaul in the depot from 13 to seven in just eight months.
The C-5 Galaxy is truly an irreplaceable national asset" says George Shultz, Lockheed Martin vice president, C-5 Modernization Program.