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C-130 Events from 1994





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March

14 Mar 1994 AC-130H #69-0576, c/n 4351, callsign 'Jockey 14', of the 16th Special Operations Squadron, crashed in sea, seven kilometers south of Malindi, Kenya, after take-off from Mombasa
17 Mar 1994 C-130H #5-8521 of the IRIAF was shot down by Armenian rebels, three kilometers north of Stepanakert, in Nagorno-Karabakh, on flight from Moscow to Tehran. The 32 people (19 women and children and 13 crew) on board were killed in the crash.
23 Mar 1994 An F-16D Fighting Falcon, AF Ser. No. 88-0171, collided in the landing approach pattern with a C-130E Hercules, AF Ser. No. #68-10942, c/n 4322. The F-16D skidded into a C-141B Starlifter, AF Ser No. 66-0173, at the Green Ramp, Pope Air Force Base, North Carolina, where paratroopers from adjacent Fort Bragg were preparing for a drop mission. The ensuing explosion sent debris raining down on soldiers and airmen waiting to board the C-141. The C-130 managed to land safely. The incident is described in the book Disaster at Green Ramp by Mary Ellen Condon-Rall. The incident is also categorized as the deadliest peacetime accident ever.

April

7 Apr 1994 L-100-30 #D2-THC of TAAG Angola Airlines damaged beyond repair by fire after landing at Malenge, Angola, overheated brakes.

August

4 Aug 1994 A low flying RAF Hercules struck and killed a soldier who was standing on top of an Army truck at South Cerney airfield in Gloucestershire. The Soldier was from RAF Brize Norton and was part of the drop zone recovery party. The aircraft had dropped parachute loads on the airfield and was making a low pass following the final drop.
13 Aug 1994 A civilian Lockheed C-130A, #N135FF, former USAF #56-0540, c/n 3148, operating as Tanker 82, crashed in steep mountainous terrain near Pearblossom, California. The aircraft was destroyed, killing the three people on board. The aircraft was owned by Aero Firefighting Service Company, Inc., and was operated by Hemet Valley Flying Service, Inc., on lease to the U.S. Forest Service as a public use aircraft.

September

24 Sep 1994 L-100-30 #PK-PLV of Pelita Air Service crashed into water on take-off from Kai Tak Airport, Hong Kong, overspeed on number four propeller. This was the second and last Hercules accident at this airport.

October

14 Oct 1994 C-130E #2460 of the Brazilian Air Force (1 Esquadrão, 1 Grupo) was destroyed at Formosa, 60 kilometers northeast of Brasília, Brazil, when ammunition load caught fire in the air.

December

31 Dec 1994 C-130B TAM67 of the Bolivian Air Force crashed on three-engine take-off from Trinidad, Bolivia.