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Beech C-45 Expediter (3012)

Beech C-45 Expediter (3012)
Built as the D-18 light commercial transport in 1940. Of the 4,500 built for the USAAF by 1945, 1,400 were built exclusively for transport use. Other versions included the AT-7 for navigation training, the AT-11 for bombardier and weapons training and the F-2 for photo reconnaissance. It is powered by two Pratt-Whitney engines and had a maximum speed of 220 MPH. It was also used by the Navy as the JRB (c-45) and SNB (AT-7/11). This C-45 at Castle Air Museum came from the Department of Agriculture.

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