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C-17s are incredible. Definitely one of the most amazing aircraft I've ever seen.


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Haha.. I was wondering. Um.. we already made one :+While we have no plans to build a military aircraft (unless you count the Boeing 747 ABL fuselage variant of the PMDG 747-400 series), the C-17 is certainly an impressive aircraft.Best,Vin ScimonePMDGwww.precisionmanuals.comhttp://www.precisionmanuals.com/images/for..._md11_click.jpg


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>While we have no plans to build a military aircraft (unless>you count the Boeing 747 ABL fuselage variant of the PMDG>747-400 series), the C-17 is certainly an impressive>aircraft.>>Best,>>Vin Scimone>PMDG>www.precisionmanuals.com>http://www.precisionmanuals.com/images/for..._md11_click.jpgThanks Vin for your appraisal, I would pay whatever for a PMDG'd model of the Globemaster.Ever since they showed the first one at R.A.F. Mildenhall in 1994, I fell inlove with this aircraft.It's looks and performance are stunning.


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>...the C-17 is certainly an impressive aircraft.and a loud one :(


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Yeah its a pretty nice Aircraft, If anyone was to make one like that even if it where PMDG I would thing a more chalanging model to build would be the original Howard Hughes Model itself that would be an interesting thing to see, but thats just me.Eric W. Joneshttp://www.precisionmanuals.com/images/forum/1900driver.jpg


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We here in Charleston have the largest fleet (53?) C-17 aircraft and they are indeed very impressive. This past Spring we got inside a C-17 at the local Airshow which was even more impressive. During the same a Airshow, a C-17 (unloaded, I think) landed and came to a complete stop on the runway in seven seconds. Then backed-up a bit with reversers, and took-off again on the same runway. Truely an amazing site. If you want the full Charleston experience, download the C-17 AI package from the PAI website and update the KCHS AFCAD acordingly. It can be tough sometimes to find a take-off slot with all the C-17 practicing touch-n-go's, just as they do in real-life around here.Regards,


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