O.K here are the stats:

**AN-225**: MASSIVE, HUGE

Length: 275 feet, 7 in (84.0m)

Wingspan: 290 feet (88.4m)

Height: 59 feet, 5 in (18.2m)

Empty Weight: 250,5 tons

Maximum Takeoff Weight: 1,322,750 lb (600,000kg)

**AN-124**: HUGE, But Smaller

Length: 69.1m

Wingspan: 73m

Height: 21m

**C-5a**: Bigger than AN-124, But Smaller than the Mammoth

General Characteristics

Primary Function: Outsize cargo transport

Prime Contractor: Lockheed-Georgia Co.

Power Plant: Four General Electric TF-39 engines

Thrust: 43,000 pounds, each engine

Wingspan: 222.9 feet (67.89 meters)

Length: 247.1 feet (75.3 meters)

Height: 65.1 feet (19.84 meters)

Cargo Compartment: height , 13.5 feet (4.11 meters); width, 19 feet (5.79 meters); length, 143 feet, 9 in (43.8 meters)

Pallet Positions: 36

Maximum Cargo: 270,000 pounds (122,472 kilograms)

Maximum Takeoff Weight: C-5B 769,000 pounds (348,818 kilograms) (peacetime), 840,000 pounds (381,024 kilograms) (wartime)

Speed: 518 mph (.77 Mach)

Range: 6,320 nautical miles (empty)

Crew: 7 (pilot, co-pilot, two flight engineers and three loadmasters)

Unit Cost: C-5A - $152.8 million (FY98 constant dollars) C-5B - $179 million (FY98 constant dollars)

Deployed: C-5A - 1969, C-5B - 1980

Inventory: Active force and Reserve, 126

References courtesy of af.mil, and various online web pages for the AN company...