Primary Function: Carrier-on-board delivery aircraft
Contractor: Grumann Aerospace Corp.
Unit Cost: 39 million USD
Propulsion: Two Allison T-56-A-425 turboprop engines; 3,430 kilowatt (4,600 horsepower)
Length: 17.3 meters (57.5 feet)
Height: 5 meters (17 feet)
Weight: max gross take-off: 25,650 kg (57,000 lbs)
Cruising Speed: max: 300 knots (553 km/h or 345 mph)
Ceiling: 9,100 meters (30,000 feet)
Range: 1,300 nautical miles (2,408 km, 1,496 miles)
Crew: Four

The C-2A Greyhound is a twin-prop cargo aircraft designed to provide logistical support for American aircraft carriers. The Greyhound can carry up to 10,000 pounds (4536 kg) of cargo and passengers, and is fitted to carry litter patients in the case of a medical evacuation.

Information courtesy of the Federation of American Scientists;

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