USA—C-17 Damaged In Fire At Joint Base Charleston

Air Force Magazine | 04/14/2021

A C-17 cargo aircraft has been damaged in a fire that started after it landed at Joint Base Charleston, S.C., reports Air Force magazine. The aircraft caught fire after it landed following an overseas mission. Seven crewmembers and a passenger were onboard and escaped without harm. Video showed the C-17 parked with flames visible on the aircraft's left-side main landing gear and smoke billowing from under its left wing. Photos of the aircraft after the fire was extinguished showed...
 

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