ANG C-130 Photos

  • 190606-Z-FC733-1133
    New York ANG's 106th Rescue Wing welcomes the arrival of its third new HC-130J Combat King II, June 6, 2019, at Francis S. Gabreski ANGB. Airmen from the 106 RQW flew the HC-130J, officially known as aircraft #16-5873, from Lockheed Martin Plant in Marietta, Georgia to the base. [ANG photo by A1C Kevin J. Donaldson]
  • 190823-Z-RA501-1020
    Members of Scout Troop 161, out of Shoreham, N.Y., pose with members of the 106th RQW, in front of HC-130J Combat King II #16-5863 at Francis S. Gabreski ANGB on August 23, 2019. [ANG photo by SrA Daniel H. Farrell]
  • 180111-F-OC707-0306
    A 153rd AW maintainer plugs in a generator cable into C-130H3 #92-1536 after arriving at Eglin AFB on January 11, 2020. Air Force’s first fully upgraded C-130H is here for test and evaluation on its new modified propeller system and engines. [USAF photo by Samuel King Jr.]
  • IMG 3144
    USAF C-130H #93-1455 from 181 AS is seen during AEF 2018 at undisclosed location on August 1, 2018. [Photo by Brian Swanson]
  • IMG 3481
    USAF C-130H #92-1453 from 181st AS is seen at a undisclosed location in Egypt on September 26, 2018. [Photo by Brian Swanson]
  • 200528-Z-QY689-0026
    5 of 6 California Air National Guard C-130J Super Hercules aircraft fly in tight formation the Pacific Ocean, California. May 27, 2020. California Air National Guard maintainers from the 146th MXG and aircrew from the 115th AS, collaborated to accomplish the launching of 6 C-130J Super Hercules aircraft for the first time in over 20 years. [ANG by TSgt. Nieko Carzis]
  • 200528-Z-QY689-0022
    5 of 6 California Air National Guard C-130J Super Hercules aircraft fly in tight formation the Pacific Ocean, California. May 27, 2020. California Air National Guard maintainers from the 146th MXG and aircrew from the 115th AS, collaborated to accomplish the launching of 6 C-130J Super Hercules aircraft for the first time in over 20 years. [ANG by TSgt. Nieko Carzis]
  • 200528-Z-QY689-0026
    5 of 6 California Air National Guard C-130J Super Hercules aircraft fly in tight formation the Pacific Ocean, California. May 27, 2020. California Air National Guard maintainers from the 146th MXG and aircrew from the 115th AS, collaborated to accomplish the launching of 6 C-130J Super Hercules aircraft for the first time in over 20 years. [ANG by TSgt. Nieko Carzis]
  • 200528-Z-QY689-0014
    5 of 6 California Air National Guard C-130J Super Hercules aircraft fly in tight formation the Pacific Ocean, California. May 27, 2020. California Air National Guard maintainers from the 146th MXG and aircrew from the 115th AS, collaborated to accomplish the launching of 6 C-130J Super Hercules aircraft for the first time in over 20 years. [ANG by TSgt. Nieko Carzis]
  • 200528-Z-QY689-0011
    5 of 6 California Air National Guard C-130J Super Hercules aircraft fly in tight formation over Lake Tahoe, California on May 27, 2020. California Air National Guard maintainers from the 146th MXG and aircrew from the 115th AS, collaborated to accomplish the launching of 6 C-130J Super Hercules aircraft for the first time in over 20 years. [ANG by TSgt. Nieko Carzis]
  • 200514-Z-QY689-0007
    Four C-130J's from the California ANG’s 115th AS, Port Hueneme, California, fly in formation during low-level tactical training near Anacapa Island, California on May 14, 2020. The tactical training was combined with a flyover a salute by the military to honor medical professionals and other essential workers serving on the front line of the COVID-19 pandemic. [ANG photo TSgt. Nieko Carzis]
  • 65-0981 LSV 1997 small
    USAF HC-130P #65-0981 from 129 RQS seen on the ramp at Nellis AFB during the 1997 Golden Air Tattoo. [Photo by Ed Groenendijk]