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C-130 Events from 1992





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February

6 Feb 1992 A C-130B, #58-0732, c/n 3527, of the 165th Tactical Airlift Squadron, Kentucky Air National Guard, with five crew aboard (3 pilots, one flight engineer and one loadmaster), stalled on take-off and crashed one mile south of Evansville Regional Airport, Evansville, Indiana, United States, on U.S. Highway 41. Sixteen people were killed in the crash and fifteen others were injured.

April

28 Apr 1992 C-130E, #64-0501, c/n 3985, of the 317th Tactical Airlift Wing, fitted with All Weather Airborne Delivery System, AWADS, lizard paint scheme as of August 1991, crashed into Blewett Falls Lake, North Carolina.

July

25 Jul 1992 Unidentified C-130H of the Sudanese Air Force crashed near Juba, Sudan. No other details available.

August

24 Aug 1992 C-130A, #56-0517, c/n 3125, assigned to the Inter-American Air Forces Academy (IAAFA), Homestead Air Force Base as ground trainer by October 1990, destroyed by Hurricane Andrew.
24 Aug 1992 C-130B, #58-0740, c/n 3537, assigned to the IAAFA at Homestead Air Force Base as ground trainer in October 1990, destroyed by Hurricane Andrew. Fuselage retained as loading trainer at Homestead Air Reserve Base, August 1995.
27 Aug 1992 USN C-130F BuNo #149794, c/n 3661, delivered March 1963. Assigned to VRC-50, Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, as of July 1992. Damaged by Typhoon Omar, Guam

September

26 Sep 1992 C-130H #911 of the Nigerian Air Force crashed three minutes after take-off from Lagos, Nigeria, three engines failed, high take-off weight. All 158 people on board were killed, including eight foreign nationals.

October

7 Oct 1992 C-130E #63-7881,callsign 'Decoy 81', c/n 3952, of the 167th Tactical Airlift Squadron, crashed after wing hit power line near, Berkeley Springs, West Virginia. Six crew members killed with damage to property on ground.