ANG C-130 Photos

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    The Alaskan Air National Guard received its first HC-130J Combat King #14-5815 which departed for 211th RQS on June 1, 2017. [Lockheed Martin photo by Amanda Mills]
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    Lt. Gen. L. Scott Rice, director of the ANG, along with members of Lockheed Martin and the 176th Wing, Alaska ANG, pose for a photo in front of the 176th Wing’s newly built HC-130J "Combat King II" aircraft #14-5815 at the Lockheed Martin facility in Greenville, South Carolina, June 1. [ANG photo by SSgt. Edward Eagerton]
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    The Alaska ANG’s 176th Wing members, family and friends welcomed their first new HC-130J "Combat King II" aircrafts on June 3, 2017. The HC-130J is the first of four new aircraft that will replace the HC-130N models previously flown by the 211th RQS, the last of which was transferred to Patrick AFB, in January. [ANG photo by TSgt. N. Alicia Halla]
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    Members of the 211th RQS and 176th AMXS, prepare a newly built HC-130J "Combat King II" aircraft #14-5815 for takeoff at the Lockheed Martin facility in Greenville, South Carolina on June 1, 2017. [ANG photo by SSgt. Edward Eagerton]
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    Lt. Gen. L. Scott Rice, director of the ANG, along with members of Lockheed Martin and the 176th Wing, Alaska ANG, pose for a photo in front of the 176th Wing’s newly built HC-130J “Combat King II” aircraft at the Lockheed Martin facility in Greenville, South Carolina, June 1. [ANG photo by SSgt. Edward Eagerton]
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    Soldiers with 2nd Battalion, 130th Field Artillery, participated in a rapid infiltration simulated fire exercise with Airmen from the 139th AW, out of St. Joseph, Missouri, at Fort Riley, Kansas, June 7, 2017. The Soldiers loaded and downloaded a High Mobility Artillery Rocket System onto a C-130 Hercules after conducting low-altitude manuevers. [Army National Guard photo by Sgt. Zachary Sheely]
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    Soldiers with 2nd Battalion, 130th Field Artillery, participated in a rapid infiltration simulated fire exercise with Airmen from the 139th Airlift Wing, out of St. Joseph, Missouri, at Fort Riley, Kansas, June 7, 2017. The Soldiers loaded and downloaded a High Mobility Artillery Rocket System onto a C-130H #90-1798 Hercules after conducting low-altitude manuevers. [Army National Guard photo by Sgt. Zachary Sheely]
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    Col. Johnny Ryan, 130th AW commander, addresses the crowd during the “Spirit of the Kanawha Valley” aircraft naming ceremony held June 9, 2017 at McLaughlin ANGB, Charleston. #95-6710 is the first of four aircraft to be named that will honor significant historical figures of the West Virginia ANG and West Virginia communities. [ANG photo by TSgt. De-Juan Haley]
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    Two Kentucky ANG C-130 Hercules fly over the coast of North Africa on April 25, 2017. [USAF photo by MSgt. Phil Speck]
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    TSgt. Bryan Swift and TSgt. Juston Ocheltree, maintainers with the 130th AW, apply the "Spirit of the Kanawha Valley" decal to C-130H #95-6710 on April 25, 2017, at McLaughlin ANGB, Charleston. Decals and stickers are reapplied to an aircraft after it has been refurbished and painted. The unit dedicated this aircraft to the community surrounding Charleston in honor of their continued support to the 130th AW. [ANG photo by TSgt. De-Juan Haley]
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    Kentucky ANG crew chiefs prepare a 123rd AW C-130 Hercules for flight at Naval Station Rota, Spain, prior to takeoff on April 27, 2017, during Exercise African Lion. [USAF photo by MSgt. Phil Speck]
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    Leadership from the 103rd AW and Connecticut National Guard stand in a row, awaiting the take-off of the 103rd's C-130 Hercules carrying deployers at Bradley ANGB, on February 22, 2017. [ANG photo by 2nd Lt. Jen Pierce]