ANG C-130 Photos

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    "Triple Deuce" HC-130 Hercules search and rescue aircraft, tail number #66-0222, assigned to the NYANG 106th Rescue Wing, sits on static display at Francis S. Gabreski ANGB, Westhampton Beach, on August 17, 2021. The legacy model HC-130 also known as "The Spirit of Long Island" was in service from 1966 to 2019 when it was decommissioned and joined the HH-3E "Jolly Green Giant" as gate guardians. [ANG photo by SrA Kevin J. Donaldson]
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    USAF C-130J 17-5900, 181AS, lifting off from home base NAS Ft. Worth, Texas on October 22, 2021. [Photo by Keith Snyder]
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    USAF C-130J-30 #17-5867, wearing the colors of its new owner, the 181st AS landing at new home base of NAS Ft. Worth on October 15, 2021. [Photo by Keith Snyder]
  • 211014-Z-BX770-0001
    The 181st AS returned their newest C-130J #19-5927 Super Hercules from Marietta, Ga., on October 14, 2021, right off the assembly line. [ANG photo by MSgt Julie Briden-Garcia]
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    Citizen Airmen with the 136th AW depart on C-130J Super Hercules 19-5927's maiden flight October 14, 2021, from the Lockheed Martin facility in Marietta, Georgia. This new aircraft is the 136 AW's first model to be gained directly from the manufacturer. [Photo from Lockheed Martin, Thinh D. Nguyen]
  • 79-0480 159FG OKC 6-16-95 Snyder
    USAF C-130H 79-0480, seen while serving as the 159 FG as hack aircraft. It was at the OKC Guard facility undergoing maintenance. June 1995. [ photo by Keith Snyder]
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    An Airman from the 123rd Maintenance Group observes the freshly-applied tail art of one of the Kentucky ANG’s newly acquired C-130J Super Hercules aircraft at Channel Islands Air Guard Station in Port Hueneme, November 3, 2021. The aircraft is replacing the C-130H Hercules, which has been in service to the Kentucky ANG since 1992. [ANG photo by TSgt. Joshua Horton]
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    USAF C-130J-30 #18-5921 one of two aircraft from the 165 AS arrives at the Kentucky ANGB in Louisville on November 6, 2021, ushering in a new era of aviation for the 123rd AW. [ANG photo by Dale Greer]
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    USAF C-130J-30 #18-5921 one of two aircraft from the 165 AS arrives at the Kentucky ANGB in Louisville on November 6, 2021, ushering in a new era of aviation for the 123rd AW. [ANG photo by Dale Greer]
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    USAF C-130J 18-5911, another new arrival for the 181AS, Texas ANG, seen departing home base NAS Ft. Worth on November 19, 2021, [photo by Keith Snyder]
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    USAF C-130J-30 #19-5932 arrives at the Kentucky ANGB in Louisville, Kentucky on January 7, 2022, with the director of the ANG, Lt.Gen. Michael A. Loh, on board. The aircraft, being delivered to the 165 AS from the Lockheed-Martin factory in Marietta, Georgia, is the third of eight slated for the unit, which is converting from legacy C-130H transports. [ANG photo by Dale Greer]
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    USAF C-130H #96-1004 assigned to 109 AS sits on the flightline at St. Paul, Minn., January 8, 2022. [ANG photo by TSgt. Austen R. Adriaens]
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    USAF HC-130J Combat King II #14-5815 from 211 RQS shows a 70th Anniversary Alaska Guard decal and named as 'City of Anchorage' while at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson on January 12, 2022, before departing for the Southeast Alaska community of Yakutat. [Army Guard photo by Spc. Grace Nechanicky]
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    SSgt. Stephen Hiett, a 136th Maintenance Squadron crew chief, salutes the pilots of C-130J-30 #17-5904 from 181 AS as they embark on the wing's first two-ship formation flight on September 18, 2021, at NAS-JRB Fort Worth, Texas. [ANG photo by SrA Laura Weaver]
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    USAF C-130H #96-1004 from 109 AS taxying for departure, homeward bound after a night stop at Glasgow-Prestwick Airport on May 21, 2019. [Photo by Ian Howat]