C-12 Huron / MarinesItem Number: 317
USMC C-12 Huron airplane model. The C-12 Huron, a twin turboprop passenger and cargo aircraft, is the military version of the Beechcraft Super King Air. The US Army ordered 60 military passenger-carrying King Air B200s, designated the C-12A, beginning in FY1973. Worldwide deployment began in July 1975, with a total of 380 ordered by US armed forces by the late 1990s. The C-12 aircraft, manufactured by Raytheon Aircraft Company (RAC) (formerly Beech Aircraft Corporation), is a high-performance, T-tail, pressurized, monoplane that accommodates places for a pilot, co-pilot, and passengers. This all-metal, low wing, twin turbo-prop aircraft is powered by two Pratt and Whitney PT6A-41/42/65 turbo prop engines.
Mahogany Wood. Wingspan 17 1/4 inches, Length 15 inches.