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C-130 Events from 2002





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January

9 Jan 2002 KC-130MR #160021 of the USMC (VMGR-352) crashed into mountainous terrain while on approach to Shamsi, Pakistan, 270 kilometers SW of Quetta, Pakistan, killing all seven crew members on board.

February

12 Feb 2002 KC-130F #148895 of the USMC (VMGR-252) crashed landed in the desert at Twentynine Palms, California, when two engines flamed out due to fuel starvation during a touch-and-go landing. All crew members survived.
13 Feb 2002 MC-130P #66-0213 of the USAF Air Force Special Operations Command (AFSOC) (9th Special Operations Squadron),crashed in Afghanistan on night refueling mission.

June

12 Jun 2002 MC-130H Combat Talon II #84-0875 of the USAF (15th Special Operations Squadron) crashed at Sardeh Band Airport near Band E Sardeh Dam in Afghanistan.
17 Jun 2002 C-130A #N130HP of Hawkins & Powers Aviation creashed while fighting a fire in northern California, the starboard wing of the aircraft came off as the centre wing box failed during a pull-out from a drop near Walker, California, followed less than a second later by the port wing. It rolled inverted and crashed into the forest, killing all three crew. This second C-130A fire fighting crash, coupled with the loss of a PB4Y-2 at Estes Park, Colorado on July 18, 2002, resulted in the U.S. Department of the Interior canceling its contract for all heavy tankers. (See 2002 airtanker crashes)

August

7 Aug 2002 MC-130H Combat Talon II #90-0161 of the USAF (15th Special Operations Squadron) crashed after take off from Naval Station Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico.