A C-17 delivering supplies
125 (75 when critically damaged)
The C-17 Globemaster cargo plane is a support plane of the USA used for dropping supplies and reinforcements in the battlefield.
The Globemaster started its life as a contender to replace the old yet venerable C-130 Planes that had been serving the U.S. Air Force, U.S. Army and even the USMC (Marine Corps) for nearly six decades. As the C-130 and its armed derivative AC-130 "Spectre" showed their age, the Pentagon sought a fit replacement for the Herky-bird, which came in the form of the C-17 Globemaster. Built by McDonell Douglas in the 1990's and continued by Boeing when the former was bought by the latter, it showed much promise as the both the light-medium transport workhorse of the skies and as the support gunship for the men at the front in the form of the AC-17 Spectre Gunship.
- The C-17 carrying supplies for the Supply Drop Zone is not targetable.