USAF C-130 Photos

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    SSgt. Seth Rosbrugh & A1C Thomas Orton-McIntyre, 27 SOMXS armament technicians, remove a 105 mm blast diffuser from the AC-130H Spectre. [USAF photo by A1C Eboni Reece]
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    USAF C-130E #63-7819 of the 36th Airlift Squadron. [photographer unknown]
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    Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland Security Forces opens the Valley High Gate to Military Highway March 2 during the relocation of a retired and partially disassembled Air Force C-130 Hercules cargo aircraft. The C-130E #64-0510 moved to JBSA-Camp Bullis and will be used by the 937th Training Group to provide realistic aeromedical evacuation training to more than 1,300 students annually. [USAF photo by Dan Solis]
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    San Antonio Police and local volunteers assist contractor World Wide Aircraft Recovery March 2 with its transport of a retired and partially disassembled Air Force C-130E #64-0510 at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland. The aircraft was relocated to JBSA-Camp Bullis, where it will be used to enhance the training for about 1,300 students attending the 937th Training Group Aeromedical Evacuation and Patient Staging Course, annually. [USAF photo by Airman 1st Class Alexandria Slade]
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    Retired and partially disassembled Air Force C-130 Hercules cargo aircraft arrives at Joint Base San Antonio-Camp Bullis March 2 after a 4-hour transport from JBSA-Lackland. The move took the C-130 across two major highways and was successfully accomplished through the combined efforts of 502nd Trainer Development Squadron members from JBSA-Randolph, 502nd Security Forces Squadron members at JBSA-Lackland, San Antonio Police and local volunteers, and contractor World Wide Aircraft Recovery. [USAF photo by Airman 1st Class Alexandria Slade]
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    Retired and partially disassembled Air Force C-130E #64-0510 is towed across major San Antonio highways March 2 enroute from Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland to the 937th Training Group Medical Readiness Training Center at JBSA-Camp Bullis. C-130s are capable of operating from rough, dirt strips and is the prime transport for airdropping troops and equipment into hostile areas. [USAF photo by Airman 1st Class Kenna Jackson]
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    Retired and partially disassembled Air Force C-130E #64-0510 is escorted by contractor World Wide Aircraft Recovery and local volunteers March 2 enroute to the Medical Readiness Training Center at Joint Base San Antonio-Camp Bullis. The 502nd Trainer Development Squadron members at JBSA-Randolph were responsible for the aircraft's four-hour move and will also accomplish the simulation project inside the aircraft that will simulate sights, sounds and smells of a medic's combat environment. [USAF photo by Airman 1st Class Kenna Jackson]
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    USAF C-130E #63-7764 seen here on May 28, 2013, an inactive airframe with wings and tail removed. The Edgewood Chemical Biological Center at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland acquired C-130s from Little Rock Air Force Base in 2011 as part of joint effort between CBARR and the Joint Program Manager-Protection, but initial plans to study decontamination systems for chemical and biological agents were dismissed due to budget restraints. [US Army photo]
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    USAF HC-130B #58-1341 arrives at Fort Lee by truck Saturday, June 18, 2011. Virginia State Police escorted the aircraft along I-64 East to I-295 South to state Route 36 and into the Sisisky Gate. The wingless 116-foot-long aircraft came from Lackland Air Force Base, Texas, for use in Traffic Management and Aircraft Transportation courses offered here by the Air Force’s 345th Training Squadron. [US Army photo]
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    USAF C-130E #68-10948, an inactive airframe intended for training. The Edgewood Chemical Biological Center at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland acquired C-130s from Little Rock AFB in 2011 as part of joint effort between CBARR and the Joint Program Manager-Protection, but initial plans to study decontamination systems for chemical and biological agents were dismissed due to budget restraints. [US Army photo]
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    USAF C-130J #02-0314 from 48 AS at Nellis for ME 08-1 on June 14, 2008. Note the 14AW marks with a multi colored flash. [Photo by Bruce Smith]
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    USAF C-130J #05-3146 from 48 AS recovering to Nellis AFB during MAFEX 07-2 on November 20, 2007. [Photo by Bruce Smith]