Well within the C-17's landing requirements. I'll bet the crew is in BIG trouble for embarrassing the Air Force!
I can sorta-kinda see what happened. There is an aerial video of the C17's departure, showing that it's taking off from Rwy 22. If you check out a map of Tampa, you will note that MacDill AFB is directly southwest from Peter O Knight airport. Assuming the pilot was using the same runway heading on approach as was used to depart, it looks like he just landed short.
I am curious to know why the tower controller at MacDill wasn't on the horn saying something to the effect of, "'scuse me, Globemaster - what do you mean 'short final'??"
it's really a back-handed compliment to the training and skill of the aircrew.
granted it was a mistake. (damn near did it myself once.)
but while the civilians scream THIRTY-FOUR HUNDRED FEET!
to these guys it was - obviously -
"let's just set this puppy down."
and THAT makes me feel very good to appreciate.
I hope at least they had the courtesy to buy some fuel from the FBO.