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Naval Aviation Pictures: Lockheed C-130 Hercules, Images by Wernher Krutein, Joseph Mooney, Richard Neville, and PHOTOVAULT®

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The C-130 was originally designed as an assault transport capable of operating from unpaved, hastily prepared airstrips. On August 23rd 1954, the Hercules made its first flight. By 1976 more than 1,200 C-130s had been ordered, including aircraft equipped for radar weather mapping and reconnaissance, space capsule recovery, search and rescue, ambulance service, drone launching, and mid-air refueling of helicopters. The C-130 can transport up to 92 combat troops and their gear or 45,000 pounds of cargo. Where facilities are inadequate, the Hercules can deliver its cargo by parachute or by low altitude ground-cable extraction without landing. Where runways are short, the excellent STOL charecteristics are an asset when trying to take-off or land.

The C-130 is flying for many countries of the world. Presently this amazing aircraft is being produced in the new "J" configuration for the British Airforce. It features new upgraded engines with a six bladed Dowty Propeller, new avionics, and many other features that will asure a long utelization of this type for decades to come. There is a civilian cargo transport version know as the L-100.


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