BEECHCRAFT C-12 T-44 KING AIR

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Title: Beechcraft King Air

The Beech King Air was developed in the mid 1960’s from the earlier Queen Air by fitting PT6 turboprop engines and using a lengthened pressurised fuselage. The  potential for the aircraft was seen by the military who have procured a large number of different versions under various designations. The earlier Model 90 King Air models were used by the US Army as the U-21, by the USAF as the VC-6 and by the US Navy as the T-44. Military models were usually unpressurised.

In 1972 Beech developed an improved Model 200 Super King Air model which incorporated a T-tail, larger wing span, higher weight, more powerful engines and greater fuel capacity. These have seen service with several US forces in many different roles as various variants of the C-12.

This title contains seven flight manuals for several US Army military variants of the Model 200 Beech King Air, and one for the US Navy training variant of the Model 90 King Air.

Description

This title contains:

  • US Army Operators Manual for the C-12A,C,D, TM 55-1520-218-10, dated 22-4-85, with approx 817 pages.
  • US Army Operators Manual for the RC-12G, TM 55-1520-220-10, dated 10-12-85, with approx 454 pages.
  • US Army Operators Manual for the RC-12H, TM 55-1520-221-10, dated 30-12-88, with approx 424 pages.
  • US Army Operators Manual for the RC-12K, TM 55-1520-222-10, dated 30-6-92, with approx 445 pages.
  • US Army Operators Manual for the RC-12N, TM 55-1520-223-10, dated 29-4-94, with approx 561 pages.
  • US Army Operators Manual for the RC-12P/Q, TM 55-1520-224-10, dated 31-12-98, with approx 637 pages.
  • US Army Operators Manual for the C-12R, TM 55-1520-225-10, dated 10-6-98, with approx 480 pages.
  • US Navy NATOPS Flight Manual for the T-44A, NAVAIR 01-T44AAA-1 dated 15-8-95, with approx 485 pages.