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Paratroopers jumping from a Fairchild C-82 "Packet". It was primarily used for cargo and troop transport, but it also was used for paratroop operations and towing gliders. Its capacity was 41 paratroops or 34 stretchers and it had clam-shell rear doors that allowed easy entry of trucks, tanks, artillery, and other bulky cargo. (U.S. Air Force photo)
American World War II Airplanes
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