Special Report

Every Plane in the US Military

28. Diamond DA20 Katana
> Total planes: 52 (Tied)
> First flown: 1991
> Category: Trainers
> Role: Flight Trainer
> Military branch: US Air Force

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27. Lockheed C-5 Galaxy
> Total planes: 52 (Tied)
> First flown: 1968
> Category: Transports
> Role: Strategic
> Military branch: US Air Force

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26. McDonnell Douglas KC-10 Extender
> Total planes: 58
> First flown: 1980
> Category: Aerial Tankers / Refuelers
> Role: Aerial Refueling
> Military branch: US Air Force

25. Rockwell B-1 Lancer
> Total planes: 59
> First flown: 1974
> Category: Bombers
> Role: Strategic
> Military branch: US Air Force

24. Lockheed KC-130 Hercules
> Total planes: 67
> First flown: 1954
> Category: Aerial Tankers / Refuelers
> Role: Aerial Refueling
> Military branch: US Navy, Marine Corps

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23. Boeing B-52 Stratofortress
> Total planes: 74
> First flown: 1952
> Category: Bombers
> Role: Strategic
> Military branch: US Air Force

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22. Beechcraft T-34 Mentor
> Total planes: 78
> First flown: 1948
> Category: Trainers
> Role: Basic Trainer
> Military branch: US Navy, Marine Corps

21. Boeing P-8 Poseidon
> Total planes: 81
> First flown: 2009
> Category: Special-Mission
> Role: Maritime Patrol
> Military branch: US Navy

20. Northrop Grumman E-2 Hawkeye
> Total planes: 84
> First flown: 1960
> Category: Special-Mission, Trainers
> Role: Airborne Early Warning, Crew/Systems Trainer
> Military branch: US Navy

19. McDonnell Douglas AV-8B Harrier II
> Total planes: 118
> First flown: 1978
> Category: Trainers, Fighters
> Role: Strike, Strike Trainer
> Military branch: US Marine Corps

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