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Cessna C-77

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The Cessna C-77, later redesignated the UC-77, was a single-engine, four-seat light utility and cargo aircraft used by the United States Army Air Corps after the First World War. The C-77/UC-77 designation was impressed upon four Cessna DC-6A aircraft, while the C-77A/UC-77A designation was given to four Cessna DC-6B aircraft. The commercial versions sold well until the Great Depression.

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