USAF C-130 Photos

  • MP15-1477 2500th C-130J 5782 DAG003
    USAF HC-130J #13-5782, assigned to the USAF 71st Rescue Squadron was ferried to its new home at Moody AFB on December 11, 2015. #15-5782 is 2500th production C-130 Hercules. [Lockeed Martin photo by Damien Guarnieri]
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    A1C Jonathan Marquez, 71st RQS crew chief, marshals in #13-5782 HC-130J Combat King II on December 11, 2015, at Moody AFB. The aircraft is the 2,500th C-130 delivered by Lockheed Martin Corporation. [USAF SrA Ceaira Tinsley]
  • HC-130J dec 11
    USAF HC-130J #13-5773 assigned to 71 RQS at Moody AFB departs from Lockheed Martins Marietta facility on December 11, 2015. [Lockheed Martin Photography by David Key]
  • MC-130J dec 11
    USAF MC-130J #13-5783 assigned to AFSOC at Hurlburt Field, Florida departs from Lockheed Martins Marietta facility on December 11, 2015. This aircraft is due to be converted to AC-130J. [Lockheed Martin Photography by David Key]
  • Historic 130E 62-1857
    USAF C-130E #62-1857 in early 2012 departing Reno, Nevada. [photo by Gary Mailander]
  • 5785 hc-130j ferry dec 2015
    USAF HC-130J #13-5785 assigned to 71 RQS at Moody AFB departs from Lockheed Martins Marietta facility on December 18, 2015. [Lockheed Martin Photography by David Key]
  • lrafb dec 2015 delivery
    USAF C-130J-30 #13-5784 assigned to Little Rock AFB, was ferried by a crew from the Lockheed Martin facility in Marietta, Georgia, on December 17, 2015. [Lockheed Martin Photography by Andrew McMurtrie]
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    USAF AC-130A #55-0014 looks less menacing on display at the Museum of Aviation at Robins AFB, than it did over the “Highway of Death” during the Gulf War. On the night of February 26, 1991, the crew of the AC-130A gunship was credited with destroying at least 20 enemy trucks and four armored personnel carriers. [USAF photo by MSgt. Chance Babin]
  • 74-2072 C-130H 40as London
    USAF C-130H #74-2072 of the 40th Airlift Squadron 'Screaming Eagles' from Dyess AFB, Texas being one of the two support aircraft for the USAF Thunderbirds for the June 1996 London Air Show. [Photo by Jonathan Somerville]
  • 74-1691 C-130H 39as London
    USAF C-130H #74-1691 of the 39th Airlift Squadron 'Trail Blazers' from Dyess AFB, Texas. One of two C-130 support aircraft from the USAF Thunderbirds demonstration team visiting London, Ontario in June of 1996. [Photo by Jonathan Somerville]
  • 74-1691 C-130H 39as Noseart
    USAF C-130H #74-1691 with nose art and named 'City of Abilene' and from the 39th Airlift Squadron 'Trail Blazers' from Dyess AFB, Texas. [Photo by Jonathan Somerville]
  • AC-130H 69-6572 1998
    USAF AC-130H #69-6572 of the 16th SOS at NAS Oceana, Virginia on September 19, 1998. [Photo by Jonathan Somerville]