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C-130 Events from 1986





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March

7 Mar 1986 C-130A TT-PAB of the Chadian Air Force crashed when it stalled on take-off.

April

2 Apr 1986 HC-130P, #66-0211, c/n 4161, delivered August 1966 as HC-130H, redesignated HC-130P, September 1966, assigned to Air Force Systems Command, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. To 1551st Flying Training Squadron, October 1977. Marked in Lizard scheme, April 1986. Right wing broke in severe turbulence at low level, 25 kilometers north of Magdalena, New Mexico, New Mexico.

June

8 Jun 1986 L-100-20 #D2-THA of Angola Air Charter wheels up landing, Dondo, Angola, written off.

August

14 Aug 1986 C-130D #556 of the Honduran Air Force crashed during attempted landing near Wampusirpi, Honduras, killing all 52 people on board. It was suspected that bad weather may have played a part in the crash.

September

9 Sep 1986 C-130A, #56-0468, c/n 3076, delivered February 1957; of the 105th Tactical Airlift Squadron, Nashville, Tennessee, by December 1979, same January 1984. Lizard scheme, January 1986, crashed at end of runway, Fort Campbell, Kentucky

October

4 Oct 1986 L-100-30 c/n #4391, delivered June 1971 to Saturn Airways, N15ST, named 'Barney', coded 'G'. Sold to TIA, December 1976. Leased to Saudia, March 1978. To Transamerica, October 1979, leased to Heavylift, Stansted, Great Britain, July 1984. Leased to Southern Air Transport (SAT), July 1986. Crashed into hangar during night take-off from Kelly Air Force Base, Texas

November

2 Nov 1986 C-130 of the IRIAF, identity not established, crashed into mountain, killing seven crew, 91 soldiers as passengers, during approach to Zahedan Airport (ZAH/OIZH), Iran.