AMARG / AMARC / MASDC C-130 Photos

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    USAF C-130E #64-0538 photographed at AMARC on February 21, 2007. It was previously operated by the 53rd Airlift Squadron. [Photo by Philip Kovaric]
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    Close up of C-130E #64-0538 photographed a few weeks after arriving at AMARC on February 21, 2007. [Photo by Philip Kovaric]
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    Head on view of C-130E #64-0538 photographed at AMARC on February 21, 2007. Prior to its retirement at AMARC, it was flown by the 53rd AS. [Photo by Philip Kovaric]
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    USMC KC-130F #148247 which arrived and was photographed on that same day of February 22, 2007. The last operator of this aircraft was VMGR-152 and coded QD-247. [photo by Philip Kovaric]
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    Close up of USMC KC-130F #148247 which arrived and was photographed on that same day of February 22, 2007. [photo by Philip Kovaric]
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    Head on photo of USMC KC-130F #148247 which arrived and was photographed on that same day of February 22, 2007. [photo by Philip Kovaric]
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    AC-130A #55-0011 photographed at AMARC on January 28, 2005. This C-130 was delivered to the boneyard on November 15, 1994 and it is one of the early AC-130s [photo by Philip Kovaric]
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    C-130A #54-1634 stored at AMARC on July 21, 1998. The aircraft largely in one piece was photographed here on January, 28 2005. [photo by Philip Kovaric]
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    C-130A #55-0004 without any wings at AMARC as seen on February 13, 2005. The aircraft was retired on April 16, 1990. [photo by Philip Kovaric]
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    AC-130A ship #55-0046 seen in the desert on January 28, 2005 retired just over ten years earlier on November 15, 1994. Later in the year the ship was broken up on June 28th. See the next series of photos of the breaking up of #046. [photo by Philip Kovaric]
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    Part of a series of nine photos of the breaking up of AC-130A #55-0046 at AMARC on June 28, 2005. Once broken up the parts can be trucked away for recycling. [photo by Philip Kovaric]
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    Part of a series of nine photos of the breaking up of AC-130A #55-0046 at AMARC on June 28, 2005. Once broken up the parts can be trucked away for recycling. [photo by Philip Kovaric]