Douglas C-133 Cargomaster

The Douglas C -133 Cargomaster was a plane by the Douglas Aircraft Company ( now part of Boeing) and immediately went as a serial machine in production without a prototype had been built before. The first flight took place on 23 April 1956. From the shoulder-wing monoplane with four Turboproptriebwerken 50 pieces ( 35 C- 133A and C- 133B 15 ) were from 1956 to 1961 and built by the U.S. Air Force, including used for the transport of medium-range missile Thor, and by NASA. The machine was in service until 1971. The last flight of a Cargo Master ( N199AB, ex 56-1999 ) took place on August 30, 2008.