[World Wide Web Military Report] After Iran struck a U.S. military base in Iraq with a missile, a plane called BNDGE53 caught the attention of foreign aviation enthusiasts. The plane took off from Baghdad, Iraq, on January 8 and flew to Ramstein base in Germany. According to the flight number query, this is a U.S. Air Force C-17A transporter numbered 03-3123. A number of foreign military and aviation enthusiasts call it a \"medical plane \".
David Cenciotti, an aviation expert and former Italian Air Force officer, also claimed on social media that the flight number meant its mission was to evacuate from the conflict zone, according to experts he interviewed.
In recent years, most of the wounded and wounded members of the u.s. and its allies have been flown by the u.s. air force to ramstein air base in germany, according to public information.
Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps attacked U.S. military bases in Iraq with \"dozens of surface-to-surface missiles\" in the early hours of January 8, local time. But the U.S. claimed the attack did not cause U.S. casualties, and the plane, which took off from Iraq a few hours later, drew some media and military enthusiasts'curiosity. In addition to the iranian media, the russian media \"pilot\" and other speculation that the u. s. military concealed casualties, the aircraft is a secret evacuation of the wounded.
The Russian Federation news agency also speculated that the plane was secretly evacuating the wounded to cover up the damage. It also said the plane had been shut down at one point before it could be spotted over Turkey.