|Country of Origin||USA.|
|Similar Aircraft||G.222, C-160 Transall, Aviocar C-212.|
|Role||STOL transport, cargo (60 equipped troops).|
|Dimensions||Length: 76 ft, 3 in (23.93 m). Span: 110 ft (33.53 m).|
C-123 Provider WEFT Description
|Wings||High-mounted and unequally tapered with blunt tips.|
|Engine(s)||Two piston engines mounted under the wings. Two jet engines mounted under the wings outboard of the piston engines or the wing tips on some models.|
|Fuselage||Wide, cigar-shaped. Upswept rear section and solid, rounded nose. Stepped cockpit.|
|Tail||Back-tapered fin with square tip and a large, angular fairing. Flats are high-mounted on the body and unequally tapered with square tips.|
Countries which Fly the C-123 Provider
Canada, Egypt, El Salvador, Honduras, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, United States of America, Venezuela.
C-123 Provider Manufacturer Web Site
Fairchild Republic is now part of M7 Aerospace.