C-135

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C-135Stratolifter
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In the C-135 section, Breffort comprehensively presents USAF requirements and the role of Gen.
The Air Force chief of staff flies on the modified C-135. Fully equipped with radio equipment, data links, and cryptographic sets, the aircraft serves a secondary role as a test bed for proposed command and control systems.
Figure 3 illustrates this pattern for the C-135 (covering EC- 135s, KC-135s, and RC-135s).
As part of a MATS Control Team, based at Hunter Airfield, in Georgia, I was in GITMO when the C-135 crashed--I stood there and watched.
A few months later, in Operation Hercules, the first French Mirage 2000D and C-135 aircraft landed at Manas Air Base, Kyrgyzstan, along with American F-18s and F-15s.
For these missions, the French tactical fighters were supported by allied tankers (US Air Force KC-l35s and KC-10s, Australian 707s, RAFThStars, and French C-135 FRs), Hawkeyes from the US Navy and French Marine Nationale, and USAF E-3 AWACS and UAVs.
My Jaguar squadron -- along with Mirage F1Cs, transport aircraft (such as the C-160), C-135 tankers and a Breguet Atlantic I maritime-patrol aircraft of the French Navy, acting as an airborne command/ELINT post -- was detached to Bangui (in Central Africa) where we began preparations for the attack on the airfield.
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Based in the capital of N'Djamena (950 men), Abeche to the east (150 men) and Faya-Largeau (around 12) to the north, the troops also have air support (six Mirage F1 fighter plans, three Transall C-160 transport aircraft, a C-135 supply aircraft, a reconnaissance Atlantic Breguet and three Puma helicopters).