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KC-135 Rollout Ceremony Fly-by
(0061-0494)

The KC-135 was the first offspring of the Boeing 367-80. It was the only jet airplane designed specifically for aerial refueling and for 15 years was the only tanker used by the Strategic Air Command. The KC-135 replaced the propeller-powered KC-97 tankers, which could no longer keep up with the jet fighters and bombers. In 1956, when the first KC-135 -- nicknamed "The City of Renton" -- rolled out of the plant, it shared the Renton tarmac with the last KC-97, providing a vivid picture of The Boeing Company's complete conversion to jet power.

Source: Boeing Photographer


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