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Beechcraft Super King Air 350 (1100266)
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Beechcraft Super King Air 350 (1100266)

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Tom Keliher
Wow, that aircraft is bristling with electronics pods and antennae all over! What is the military designation of this one? Great photo!
lusitan
Possibly the Enhanced Medium Altitude Reconnaissance and Surveillance System (EMARSS-S)
teddybgood
According to my AF CSO son he says the a/c is a MC-12
Russ Hodes
I think you can make just about anything fly with a PT-6 turboprop engine!
Michael Bainton
good pic and a good platform for air intel gathering
Curtis Smith
Holy Cow!Never head of this one! VERY Interesting! Thank you!
David Seider
@Tom Keliher:
Wikipedia has an article on the Beechcraft C-12 family, which is based on the Beech King Air series: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beechcraft_C-12_Huron#King_Air_350-based_variants
The same article has a pic of an MC-12 Liberty aircraft: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:427th_Reconnaissance_Squadron_MC-12_10-0728.jpg
The aircraft in this photo looks somewhat different than the one in the Wiki picture, which indicates to me that this may be a slightly different variant.
The AF Serial Number of the bird in the Wiki pic (10-0728) shows up in Joe Baugher's AF Ser.No. database: http://cgibin.rcn.com/jeremy.k/cgi-bin/gzUsafSearch.pl?target=&content=MC-12W+Liberty
However, this particular part of the database hasn't been updated since March of 2016, so it could be that the bird in this photo (10266) may have been delivered since that date.
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Ah-Ha!
Finally found some additional info here: https://www.jetphotos.com/registration/11-00266
Aircraft is an MC-12S Huron, US Army SerNo 11-00266, Beechcraft serial no. FL-734. Earliest photo that I could find is from April 2016.
Tom Keliher
@David Seider: Thank you for the detailed info! :)
Ron Lorenz
I could be wrong, but I think one of these's was what I was watching almost every night flying and maping the fires every night this summer from northern ca. all the way to SD.
Hugh Somsen
Would that be Army Guard or Air Guard inventory?
skylab72
Be still my heart! Are they letting the ARMY have fixed wing ACFT again!?! IADT!
john cook
Army Air Corps ?
cliff731
Gene Pardee
Here's USAF info which lists it as an intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance platform.
https://www.af.mil/About-Us/Fact-Sheets/Display/Article/104497/mc-12/
RICK HUGHES
This is a really good photo .It just begins to show all of the antennas on it.Lots of bubble domes also .The 1st time i seen the MC - 12 i had no idea what it was but after some research i found out about this truly impressive airplane .
I had been in aviation management and worked at a Beech dealer which did tons of MRO on every Beech out there so my ole big head thought i knew all about Beech airplanes .Wrong wrong wrong , when the MC-12 did a practice approach here one day i got my bubble popped . What an impressive aircraft it is and has many capabilities .One that has a passion for military aircraft like i do would really enjoy reading about it .

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