DHC-4A Caribou

Notes: This Canadian cargo aircraft comes in civilian and military versions. The civil version seats 30 passengers, while the military versions carry 32 troops. This aircraft is used by Canada (where it is known as the CC-108), the US (where it is known as the C-7A), Australia, Cameroon, Costa Rica, Malaysia, and Thailand. It is a basic transport first built in 1958.

Price

Fuel Type

Load

Veh Wt

Crew

Mnt

Night Vision

Radiological

$273,948

AvG

3.64 tons

14.23 tons

3+32, or 26 paratroops, or 22 stretchers

14

None

Enclosed

Tr Mov

Com Mov

Mnvr/Acc Agl/Turn

Fuel Cap

Fuel Cons

Ceiling

694

174 (100)

NA 43 4/2 40/20

2410

1069

7559

Combat Equipment

Minimum Landing/Takeoff Zone

RF

Armament

Ammo

None

565/470m Primitive Runway

None

None

None

DHC-5 Buffalo

Notes: This is a turboprop, STOL, stretched version of the Caribou. It is known as the CC-115 in Canadian service, and the C-8A in US service. It was also sold to about 20 world air forces. In addition to the basic cargo aircraft, specially equipped Buffaloes are used for maritime patrol.

Vehicle

Price

Fuel Type

Load

Veh Wt

Crew

Mnt

Night Vision

Radiological

DHC-5

$530,858

AvG

4.82 tons

17.27 tons

3+41, or 35 paratroops, or 24 stretchers

16

Radar

Enclosed

DHC-5A

$533,919

AvG

5.68 tons

18.6 tons

3+41, or 35 paratroops, or 24 stretchers

18

Radar

Enclosed

DHC-5D

$539,489

AvG

8.18 tons

22.36 tons

3+41, or 35 paratroops, or 24 stretchers

18

Radar

Enclosed

Vehicle

Tr Mov

Com Mov

Mnvr/Acc Agl/Turn

Fuel Cap

Fuel Cons

Ceiling

DHC-5

736

184 (100)

NA 46 4/2 40/20

3800

875

7620

DHC-5A

736

184 (100)

NA 46 4/2 40/20

3800

941

7620

DHC-5D

736

184 (100)

NA 46 4/2 40/20

3800

1055

7620

Vehicle

Combat Equipment

Minimum Landing/Takeoff Zone

RF

Armament

Ammo

(All)

All-Weather Flight

500/400m Primitive Runway

None

None

None