Interior C-130 Photos

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    The glass cockpit of an RCAF CC-130J Hercules at CFB Trenton, Ontario on October 3, 2011. [Photo by Cpl Darcy Lefebvre]
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    Air Force pilots prepare for takeoff in a C-130J Super Hercules July 23, 2014, at Dyess AFB. Two 317th AG C-130Js successfully employed air-to-air tactics against an F-16 Fighting Falcon during a training exercise en route to NAS-JRB Fort Worth, Texas. [USAF photo by A1C Kedesha Pennant]
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    Members from 17th SOS fly an MC-130P Combat Shadow on October 16, 2014 during a four-ship formation above the coast of Okinawa, Japan. All Pacific-based MC-130P Combat Shadow aircraft will be retired over the next year and replaced with the MC-130J Commando II. The flight marked the last time the Combat Shadows will conduct a four-ship formation at Kadena Air Base. [USAF photo by A1C Keith James]
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    Capt. Shawn Hooton, 36th AS C-130 Hercules pilot, conducts a low-approach over Gwangju Air Base, South Korea on November 19. 2014, during Exercise Max Thunder. [USAF photo by SSgt. Cody H. Ramirez]
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    TSgt. Ronnie Graham, a turboprop craftsman with the 403rd AMXS, goes through his checklist to suppress and extinguish a fire during a fire drill in the 403rd C-103J simulator on January 6. Graham is one of 120 maintainer students who endure the annual maintenance engine run refresher course each year. [USAF photo by MSgt. Brian Lamar]
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    C-130J cockpit simulator [courtesy photo]
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    Two MC-130J Commando II’s #12-5761 & #12-5762 from 17 SOS prepare to leave Kunsan AB during Exercise Gryphon Knife on March, 2, 2015. During Gryphon Knife, Airmen stationed out of Kadena AB, came to the ROK to support the objectives and learn the mission of Special Operations Command Korea. [USAF photo by SrA Divine Cox]
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    TSgt. Christopher Jones, 418th FLTS C-130J flight test loadmaster, evaluates the cargo area July 13 during a high speed container delivery system test on a C-130J. The 418th FLTS and the C-130 Flight Test Team at Edwards AFB, Calif., is currently testing a new airdrop method called the high speed container delivery system. This new system is designed to deliver supplies to troops on the ground from lower altitudes and higher airspeeds from a C-130J. [USAF photo by Chris Neill]
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    The last test container bundle in a string of seven bundles exits a C-130J during a High Speed Container Delivery System test June 22. HSCDS testing began in June and involves the 418th FLTS conducting the tests with the assistance from the 412th Operations Support Squadron Developmental Airdrop Rigging Shop and the U.S. Army Natick Soldier Research, Engineering and Development Center. [USAF photo by Bobbi Zapka]
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    MSgt. Jason Litz, 17th SOS assistant operations officer, performs pre-flight checks on a MC-130P at Kadena AB, before it takes off for the aircraft boneyard at Davis-Monthan AFB on April 15, 2015. [USAF photo by A1C Stephen G. Eigel]
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    Rockwell Collins’ Flight2 avionics, pictured here in the cockpit of a Mexican Air Force C-130K, were onboard when Cascade Aerospace officially delivered the modernized C-130K aircraft to the Mexican Air Force during a ceremony at the Feria Aeroespacial Mexico Air Show 2015. [Rockwell Collins photo]
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    Maj. Brian Pesta right, 1st SOG Detachment 2 pilot (right) and Maj. Jason Fox left, 18th FLTS pilot, look out the left window during the delivery flight of AFSOC’s first AC-130J Ghostrider to the 1st SOW at Hurlburt Field on July 29, 2015. [USAF photo by SrA Christopher Callaway]