BOEING KC-135 STRATOTANKER

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Title: Boeing KC-135 Stratotanker

The Boeing 707 first flew as the Boeing model 367-80 in July 1954. The USAF ordered the aircraft into production as the KC-135 aerial refueling aircraft. Boeing developed a slightly larger version of the aircraft as the Boeing 707 airliner which first entered service in 1958. A large number of variants of both basic models have been used in US and foreign military service, and many have been re-engined with more modern turbofan engines such as the CFM56.

This title covers the KC-135 as used by the USAF in the early twenty-first century, in two basic versions, one with the low-bypass ratio TF33 turbofan engines (KC-135E), and the other using the military version of the CFM56 turbofan (KC-135R/T). Both types feature modernised cockpits.

Description

This title contains:

  • USAF Flight Manual for the KC-135E,R,T, T.O. 1C-135(K)-1 Reference Data dated 30-6-2000 revised to change 1 dated 1-3-2002, approx 1044 pages. This manual contains the descriptive data Section 1 for the KC-135E/T/T models.
  • USAF Flight Manual for the KC-135R,T [GAMT], T.O. 1C-135(K)(I)-1 Reference Data dated 1-7-2003 revised to change 15 dated 15-12-2006, approx 1220 pages. This manual contains the descriptive data Section 1 for the KC-135R/T models.
  • USAF Flight Manual for the KC-135E, T.O. 1C-135(K)E(I)-1 Inflight Data, dated 30-6-2000 revised to change 1 dated 1-3-2002, approx 842 pages. This manual contains from Sections II (Normal procedures) to Section VII (Adverse weather operation) for the KC-135E (TF-33 powered).
  • USAF Flight Manual for the KC-135R,T, T.O. 1C-135(K)R(I)-1 Inflight Data, dated 1-8-1999 revised to change 5 dated 15-4-2002, approx 906 pages. This manual contains from Sections II (Normal procedures) to Section VII (Adverse weather operation) for the KC-135R & T (CFM56 powered).