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Unlike transports derived from passenger airliners, it was to be designed specifically as a combat transport with loading from a hinged loading ramp at the rear of the fuselage. A key feature was the introduction of the Allison T56 turboprop powerplant, which was developed for the C The turboprop offered greater range at propeller-driven speeds compared to pure turbojets , which were faster but consumed more fuel. They also produced much more power for their weight than piston engines.

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