Special Report

Every Plane in the US Military

58. Boeing E-4 Nightwatch
> Total planes: 4 (Tied)
> First flown: 1973
> Category: Special-Mission
> Role: Communications
> Military branch: US Air Force

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57. CASA C-212 Aviocar
> Total planes: 5 (Tied)
> First flown: 1971
> Category: Transports
> Role: Utility
> Military branch: US Army

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56. Airbus (EADS CASA) CN-235
> Total planes: 5 (Tied)
> First flown: 1983
> Category: Special-Mission
> Role: Reconnaissance
> Military branch: US Air Force

55. PZL M28 Skytruck
> Total planes: 5 (Tied)
> First flown: 1984
> Category: Transports
> Role: Tactical
> Military branch: US Air Force

54. Gulfstream IV
> Total planes: 6 (Tied)
> First flown: 1985
> Category: Transports
> Role: VIP/Utility
> Military branch: US Navy, Army, Air Force, Marine Corps

53. de Havilland Canada DHC-6 Twin Otter
> Total planes: 6 (Tied)
> First flown: 1965
> Category: Transports
> Role: Utility
> Military branch: US Army, Air Force

52. Embraer EMB-314 (Super Tucano)
> Total planes: 6 (Tied)
> First flown: 1999
> Category: Trainers
> Role: Basic Trainer
> Military branch: US Air Force

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51. Alenia C-27 J Spartan
> Total planes: 7
> First flown: 1999
> Category: Transports
> Role: Tactical
> Military branch: US Army

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50. Grob G120
> Total planes: 11 (Tied)
> First flown: 1999
> Category: Trainers
> Role: Flight Trainer
> Military branch: US Army, Air Force

49. Beechcraft King Air
> Total planes: 11 (Tied)
> First flown: 1963
> Category: Trainers
> Role: Flight Trainer
> Military branch: US Army

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