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US Navy P-3 crew member recalls when a USAF C-130 Hercules provided Buddy Start to his Orion after #2 engine failed to start
Losses and Aviation Safety / Military Aviation
US Navy P-3 crew member recalls when a USAF C-130 Hercules provided Buddy Start to his Orion after #2 engine failed to start
Video shows C-130 Hercules “Buddy Start” (engine start utilising the propeller blast of another aircraft to effect engine starting)
Losses and Aviation Safety / Military Aviation
Video shows C-130 Hercules “Buddy Start” (engine start utilising the propeller blast of another aircraft to effect engine starting)
McDonnell Douglas YC-15 pilot recalls AMST program failing to replace the C-130 Hercules
Aviation History / Cold War Era / Military Aviation
USAF McDonnell Douglas YC-15 pilot recalls AMST program failing to replace the C-130 Hercules
C-130 Hercules
Aviation History / Cold War Era / Losses and Aviation Safety / Military Aviation
C-130 Spare 617 landed safely after the cargo compartment caught fire, 2 ammo pallets exploded mid-air, 87 rounds hit its right side and engines 3 and 4 took 12 rounds of 51-cal shells
The Pilot of This C-130 Landed Safely with his Flight Engineer Dead, with his Co-Pilot Wounded, with Just One Engine
Aviation History / Cold War Era / Losses and Aviation Safety / Military Aviation
Here’s how the Pilot of This C-130 was able to land Safely with his Flight Engineer Dead, with his Co-Pilot Wounded, with Just One Engine
The story of the RAF Phantom crew that jokingly requested fuel from an Argentine Air Force KC-130 flying over the Falklands
Aviation History / Aviation Humor / Cold War Era / Military Aviation
The story of the RAF Phantom crew that jokingly requested fuel from an Argentine Air Force KC-130 flying over the Falklands
Cool Video shows RAF C-130 Hercules retirement Flypast Through Mach Loop
Military Aviation
Cool Video shows RAF C-130 Hercules retirement Flypast Through Mach Loop
The RAF could soon retire the C-130J and replacing it with the A400M - A move that would put SAS soldiers at risk
Military Aviation
RAF to bid farewell to the Mighty Hercules with a flypast that will take place across all four nations of the UK
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C-130 airlifter used to refuel an M1A2 Abrams tank for the first time
Military Aviation
Air Mobility Command Planes Are Now Operating Without Tail Numbers, Most Markings (And Are Alarming Government Watchdogs)
C-130 airlifter used to refuel an M1A2 Abrams tank for the first time
Military Aviation
C-130 airlifter used to refuel an M1A2 Abrams tank for the first time
This C-130A Hercules flew the last mission out of Vietnam before the fall of Saigon. It landed with 452 people on board, 32 of them in the cockpit, overloaded by at least 10,000 pounds.
Aviation History / Cold War Era / Losses and Aviation Safety / Military Aviation
This C-130A Hercules flew the last mission out of Vietnam before the fall of Saigon. It landed with 452 people on board, 32 of them in the cockpit, overloaded by at least 10,000 pounds.
"Hercules crew members recall when their C-130 aircraft was able to Land on 2 Engines, 1 Engine and almost 0 Engine"
Losses and Aviation Safety / Military Aviation
Hercules crew members recall when their C-130 aircraft was able to Land on 2 Engines, 1 Engine and almost 0 Engine
USAF wants to replicate Heavy Airlift Wing model in Africa using C-130 Hercules cargo aircraft
Military Aviation
USAF wants to replicate Heavy Airlift Wing model in Africa using C-130 Hercules cargo aircraft
LC-130 Hercules ski-equipped aircraft will no longer require JATO after engine upgrades
Losses and Aviation Safety / Military Aviation
LC-130 Hercules ski-equipped aircraft will no longer require JATO after engine upgrades
Super Herculean Milestone: Lockheed Martin delivers 500th C-130J Super Hercules Airlifter
Military Aviation
Super Herculean Milestone: Lockheed Martin delivers 500th C-130J Super Hercules Airlifter
From C-130 Hercules to 'contractor dogs': all the US military equipment left behind in Afghanistan
Military Aviation
From C-130 Hercules to ‘contractor dogs’: all the US military equipment left behind in Afghanistan
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