ANG C-130 Photos

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    The last C-130H Hercules prepares to depart from the 179th AW at Mansfield Lahm ANGB, on July 7, 2022. This aircraft, tail 88-4401, will retire and become a static display at the MAPS Air Museum (Military Aviation Preservation Society). [ANG photo by MSgt. Joe Harwood]
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    Pilots from the 164th AS at Mansfield Lahm ANGB, stand outside their aircraft after their final flight on July 7, 2022. This aircraft, tail #88-4401, will retire and become a static display at the MAPS Air Museum (Military Aviation Preservation Society), an internationally known museum of aviation in North Canton, Ohio. [ANG photo by A1C Grace Riegel]
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    Pilots from the 164th AS at Mansfield Lahm ANGB, stand outside their aircraft after their final flight on July 7, 2022. This aircraft, tail #88-4401, will retire and become a static display at the MAPS Air Museum (Military Aviation Preservation Society), an internationally known museum of aviation in North Canton, Ohio. [ANG photo by A1C Grace Riegel]
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    Airmen from the 152nd AW, Nevada ANG, pose for a wing photo during their June Uniformed Training Assembly (UTA) on the flight line at the Nevada ANGB Reno, on June 26, 2022. Over 950 Airmen represented all of the groups including the Airlift Wing Staff, Mission Support Group, Medical Group, Operations Group, and Maintenance group. The photo was also accompanied by a fly-over of one of the unit’s C-130H Hercules Aircraft that was on a training mission during the time. [ANG photo by SrA Thomas Cox]
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    USAF C-130J-30 #20-5945 arrives at the Kentucky ANGB, from Lockheed-Martin Corp on August 25, 2022. The plane is the eighth J-model to be delivered to the 123rd AW since November, completing the unit’s transition from legacy-model C-130H transports. [ANG photo by SSgt. Chloe Ochs]
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    USAF C-130J-30 #20-5945 arrives at the Kentucky ANGB, from Lockheed-Martin Corp on August 25, 2022. The plane is the eighth J-model to be delivered to the 123rd AW since November, completing the unit’s transition from legacy-model C-130H transports. [ANG photo by SSgt. Chloe Ochs]
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    USAF C-130J-30 #20-5945 arrives at the Kentucky ANGB, from Lockheed-Martin Corp on August 25, 2022. The plane is the eighth J-model to be delivered to the 123rd AW since November, completing the unit’s transition from legacy-model C-130H transports. [ANG photo by SSgt. Chloe Ochs]
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    A loadmaster with the 193rd SOG watches as EC-130J Commando Solo #00-1934 from the 193rd SOS starts its engines prior to the final training flight in Middletown, Pennsylvania, on September. 17, 2022. Airmen from the 193rd SOW brought to a close a 54-year chapter in unit history as one of the three Commando Solo aircraft delivered its final broadcast during the Lancaster Community Days Air Show event. [ANG photo by MSgt. Matt Schwartz]
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    USAF EC-130J Commando Solo #00-1934 from the 193rd SOS performs a flyover during Community Days at the Lancaster Airport in Lititz, Pennsylvania, on September 17, 2022. Airmen from the 193rd SOW brought to close a 54-year chapter in the unit history as one of the three EC-130J Commando Solo aircraft delivered its final broadcast during the Community Days Air Show event. [ANG photo by TSgt. Tony Harp]
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    USAF EC-130J Commando Solo #00-1934 from the 193rd SOS performs a flyover during Community Days at the Lancaster Airport in Lititz, Pennsylvania, on September 17, 2022. Airmen from the 193rd SOW brought to close a 54-year chapter in the unit history as one of the three EC-130J Commando Solo aircraft delivered its final broadcast during the Community Days Air Show event. [ANG photo by TSgt. Tony Harp]
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    SMSgt. Joshua Jay, a 154th Training Squadron flight engineer instructor, inspects the top of the new C-130H #92-0548 NP 2000 on loan to the squadron from the 192nd AS on October 21, 2022, at Little Rock AFB. The NP 2000 is similar to the C-130H model flown at the 189th AIrlift Wing, with a few differences such as the eight-bladed props on the NP 2000 compared to the four-bladed props on the legacy C-130. [ANG photo by MSgt. Jessica Roles]
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    USAF C-130J-30 #17-5867 from 181st AS, Texas ANG, touches down after participating in a two-ship formation flight on October 21, 2022, at NAS-JRB Fort Worth, Texas. The completion of the flight marked 200,000 class A mishap-free flying hours for the wing since 1965. [ANG photo by SSgt. Laura Weaver]