Special Report

Every Plane in the US Military

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68. Saab 340
> Total planes: 1 (Tied)
> First flown: 1983
> Category: Trainers
> Role: Flight Trainer
> Military branch: US Navy

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67. de Havilland Canada DHC-3 Otter
> Total planes: 1 (Tied)
> First flown: 1951
> Category: Trainers
> Role: Flight Trainer
> Military branch: US Navy

66. de Havilland Canada DHC-7 Otter
> Total planes: 1 (Tied)
> First flown: 1975
> Category: Trainers
> Role: Flight Trainer
> Military branch: US Army

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65. de Havilland Canada DHC-2 Beaver
> Total planes: 2 (Tied)
> First flown: 1947
> Category: Trainers
> Role: Flight Trainer
> Military branch: US Navy

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64. Gulfstream G100
> Total planes: 2 (Tied)
> First flown: 1984
> Category: Transports
> Role: VIP
> Military branch: US Navy

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63. Dassault Falcon 20
> Total planes: 2 (Tied)
> First flown: 1976
> Category: Special-Mission
> Role: Reconnaissance
> Military branch: US Air Force

62. Beechcraft 1900
> Total planes: 3 (Tied)
> First flown: *
> Category: Transports
> Role: Utility
> Military branch: US Army

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61. Cessna 208
> Total planes: 3 (Tied)
> First flown: 1982
> Category: Special-Mission, Transports
> Role: Reconnaissance, Utility
> Military branch: US Air Force, Army

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60. Bombardier Global Express
> Total planes: 3 (Tied)
> First flown: 1996
> Category: Special-Mission
> Role: Communications
> Military branch: US Air Force

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59. Boeing C-32
> Total planes: 4 (Tied)
> First flown: 1988
> Category: Special-Mission
> Role: Reconnaissance
> Military branch: US Air Force

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