Miscellaneous C-130 Photos

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    TNIAU C-130J-30 #5951 is seen under construction at Lockheed Martin. The first C-130J-30 for the country. [Photographer Unknown]
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    61-2359 on my AAFES notebook from Desert Shield/Storm.
  • 210928-Z-BR512-1022
    USAF members of the 41st EECS, pose for a final group photo next to EC-130H #73-1580 after the squadrons inactivation ceremony, at Al Dhafra AB, September 28, 2021. The 41 EECS operated the EC-130H Compass Call aircraft, conducting electronic warfare for just under twenty years in the U.S. Central Command area of responsibility before being officially inactivated. [USAF photo by MSgt. Wolfram M. Stumpf]
  • 211014-Z-BX770-0012
    Aircrew pose for a photo after they flew the 181 AS newest C-130J #19-5927 Super Hercules from Marietta, on October 14, 2021. [ANG photo by MSgt Julie Briden-Garcia]
  • 211014-O-F3889-0001
    Col. Blair Morris (right), Lockheed Martin Marietta Defense Contract Management Agency commander, relinquishes C-130J Super Hercules #19-5927 to Texas ANG Col. Keith Williams (left), 136th AW commander, October 14, 2021, in Marietta, Georgia. [Courtesy photo from Lockheed Martin, Thinh D. Nguyen]
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    Evreux AFB France
  • 2021 10 08 2111
    64-0559 Kirtland AFB airpark
  • 2021 10 08 2112
    Tail for C-130 64-0559 at Kirtland AFB, New Mexico airpark.
  • 211024-F-SP573-1213
    Maj. Scott Graves (left), a C-130H Hercules pilot assigned to the 779th EAS, and Italian Air Force Sergente Maggiore Capo Lorenzo Marino, pose for a photo in front of a Hercules at Ali Al Salem Air Base, Kuwait on October 24, 2021. Graves accompanied Marino during a tour of the C-130H to learn about the legacy aircraft’s tactical capabilities and how the airframe has supported missions in the U.S. Central Command’s area of responsibility. [USAF photo by SrA Michael S. Murphy]