12 Aug '18, 5pm

C-5M Super Galaxy fleet will fly well into 2040s

Lockheed Martin has finished a 17-year-long project to upgrade the Air Force’s C-5M Super Galaxy at the company’s facility in Marietta, Georgia. Since 2001, Lockheed Martin has been carrying out the mammoth task of upgrading 52 C-5Ms . The last of the upgraded Super Galaxy aircraft took off from the Marietta facility Aug. 2, marking the end of the project. The Air Force’s Reliability Enhancement and Re-engining Program extends the C-5M’s service lifespan into the 2040s . According to a Lockheed Martin press release, RERP "incorporates more than 70 improvements that improve reliability, efficiency, maintainability and availability. RERP included changes or modifications to the airframe structure; environmental and pneumatic systems; hydraulic systems, electrical system; fuel system; landing gear, and flight controls.” The C-5M has been a part of the Air Force’s fleet since ...

Full article: https://www.airforcetimes.com/news/your-air-force/2018/08...

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