C-130 Mishap Photos

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    USAF C-130D #57-0492 of the 17th TAS/TCS wrecked on landing at on touchdown at Greenland, Dye 3 when the left gear/ski landed in a deep hole in the snow. The gear became detached and on its rearward travel damaged the left para door and the left tailplane. The wing down attitude led to the No 1 propeller striking the snow, which in turn led to serious engine damage and a fire, which was quickly put out. [photo via Charles Furlong]
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    C-130H of the 142nd AS #84-0212 at Deleware after a Tornado on September 28, 2004. It is jammed under another C-130. [Photos by the Deleware ANG]
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    C-130H #84-0208 of the 142nd AS in Deleware after a Tornado on September 28, 2004. Note that 84-0212 is jammed against its tail. [Photos by the Deleware ANG]
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    166 AW Deleware after a Tornado on September 28, 2004. Damage was to 5 aircraft in total. [Photos by the Deleware ANG]
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    C-130H #84-0211 of the 142nd AS in Deleware after a Tornado on September 28, 2004 [Photos by the Deleware ANG]
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    C-130H #84-0211 of the 142nd AS in Deleware after a Tornado on September 28, 2004 [Photos by the Deleware ANG]
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    C-130H #84-0211 of the 142nd AS in Deleware after a Tornado on September 28, 2004 [Photos by the Deleware ANG]
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    C-130H #84-0211 of the 142nd AS in Deleware after a Tornado on September 28, 2004 [Photos by the Deleware ANG]
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    C-130H #84-0211 of the 142nd AS in Deleware after a Tornado on September 28, 2004 [Photos by the Deleware ANG]
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    C-130H #84-0211 of the 142nd AS in Deleware after a Tornado on September 28, 2004 [Photos by the Deleware ANG]
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    C-130H #84-0211 of the 142nd AS in Deleware after a Tornado on September 28, 2004 [Photos by the Deleware ANG]
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    USAF - ANG C-130H #84-0802 was pushed underneath another aircraft due to a tornado that touched down on September 28, 2004. The aircraft are assigned to the Delaware Air National Guard's 166th Airlift Wing. [USAF photo by Senior Airman Melissa E.Chatham]