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Braniff International Boeing 707-327C N7098 after completing one of it's many flights as a Military Air Charter in 1968. (Photo: Manfred Winter, Copyright: Braniff Flying Colors Collection)

Braniff International Boeing 707-327C N7098 after completing one of it's many flights as a Military Air Charter in 1968. (Photo: Manfred Winter, Copyright: Braniff Flying Colors Collection)

Braniff International Boeing 707-227 El Dorado Super Jet N7073 on the taxiway at New York-JFK, May 1966. (Photo: John F. Ciesla, Copyright: Braniff Flying Colors Collection)

Braniff International Boeing 707-227 El Dorado Super Jet N7073 on the taxiway at New York-JFK, May 1966. (Photo: John F. Ciesla, Copyright: Braniff Flying Colors Collection)

On June 2, 1966, Braniff International inaugurated the carrier's first Pacific Military Air Command Charters. The charters, operated with Boeing 707-327C jets, were nicknamed PAC-MAC and operated out of Travis Air Force Base, California. Braniff's first Boeing 707-327C, registered as N7096, departed from Travis Air Force Base and headed non stop to Honolulu and also serve Andersen Air Force Base in Guam, Clark Air Base in the Philippines, and finally Tan Son Nhut Air Base at Saigon, Vietnam.

On June 2, 1966, Braniff International inaugurated the carrier's first Pacific Military Air Command Charters. The charters, operated with Boeing 707-327C jets, were nicknamed PAC-MAC and operated out of Travis Air Force Base, California. Braniff's first Boeing 707-327C, registered as N7096, departed from Travis Air Force Base and headed non stop to Honolulu and also serve Andersen Air Force Base in Guam, Clark Air Base in the Philippines, and finally Tan Son Nhut Air Base at Saigon, Vietnam.

Braniff International Boeing 707-327C N7102, circa 1968. (Photo: Manfred Winter, Copyright: Braniff Flying Colors Collection)

Braniff International Boeing 707-327C N7102, circa 1968. (Photo: Manfred Winter, Copyright: Braniff Flying Colors Collection)

Braniff International Boeing 707-227 N7074, circa late 1960s. This aircraft was originally painted turquoise and later dark blue. (Photo: Manfred Winter, Copyright: Braniff Flying Colors Collection)

Braniff International Boeing 707-227 N7074, circa late 1960s. This aircraft was originally painted turquoise and later dark blue. (Photo: Manfred Winter, Copyright: Braniff Flying Colors Collection)

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