ANG C-130 Photos

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    USAF C-130J-30 #19-5934, The second factory-new aircraft lands at McLaughlin ANGB in Charleston, West Virginia. The seventh of eight Super Hercules landed in Charleston, West Virginia March 14, 2022. Tail number 95934 is the second factory-new Aircraft the 130th AW received from the Lockheed Martin factory in Marietta. [ANG photo by MSgt. De-Juan Haley]
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    USAF C-130J-30 #16-5851 a 'new' arrival for the 181 AS seen taking off from its home base NAS Ft. Worth on March 25, 2022. [Photo by Keith Snyder]
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    USAF C-130J-30 #19-5936 was seen departing from Augusta Bush Field on March 07, 2022. [Photo by Jeremy D. Dando]
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    USAF C-130J-30 #19-5936 was seen departing from Augusta Bush Field on March 07, 2022. [Photo by Jeremy D. Dando]
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    The 179th Fire Department spraying two C-130H Hercules after 164th AS members finish the ceremonial final formation flight of two C-130H Hercules during the 179th AW Flying Legacy ceremony at Mansfield Lahm ANGB, Ohio, April 23, 2022. [ANG photo by MSgt. Joe Harwood]
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    164th AS members conduct the ceremonial final formation flight of two C-130H, Hercules, during the 179th AW Flying Legacy ceremony at Mansfield Lahm ANGB, Ohio, April 23, 2022. [ANG photo by MSgt. Joe Harwood]
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    USAF C-130H #94-1669 is seen departing KSCH on September 12, 2020. [photo by Mark Kirker]
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    USAF C-130H #96-1003 from 109 AS taxis to a parking spot on the flight line in St. Paul, Minn. on May 11, 2022. The 133rd is currently in the second phase of the modernization process, which includes transitioning the C-130s from four-bladed propellers to eight-bladed propellers. [ANG photo by Amy M. Lovgren]
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    USAF C-130H #96-1003 from 109 AS taxis to a parking spot on the flight line in St. Paul, Minn. on May 11, 2022. The 133rd is currently in the second phase of the modernization process, which includes transitioning the C-130s from four-bladed propellers to eight-bladed propellers. [ANG photo by Amy M. Lovgren]
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    USAF - ANG C-130 #65-0963 of the 105th AS doing touch-and-go's at Huntsville International Airport, Alabama on March 10, 2009. [unknown photographer]