The United States Army issued contracts to Beech Aircraft Corporation in 1940 for eleven examples of the twin-engine Beech Model B-18 civil transport, which had first been produced in 1936. These military variants were to be identical to the commercial model, with a crew of two and seating for six passengers. This utility aircraft, to be designated the C-45, would be used to transport military personnel and light cargo. A second purchase of twenty slightly modified C-45A aircraft was made in 1941. This new version had seating for eight passengers, different engines, and additional...
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