Lockheed C-130 Hercules

The C-130 Hercules is still longer in production than any aircraft in history. The C-130 Hercules was first flown in the form of a YC-130 prototype on August 23, 1954, first delivery to the USAF in December 1956. The C-130 design is based on a high wing, unobstructed cargo compartment, roll on/off ramp, palletized cargo floor, and flat level floor at truck-bed height above the ground.

The current basic transport Hercules, the C-130H was first delivered in April 1975, can be configured for cargo (5 463L pallets), paratroopers (64), combat troops (92), hospital litter patients (74), or any combinations of all of these.

The aircraft is capable of operating from rough, dirt strips and is the prime transport for Para dropping troops and equipment into hostile areas. Basic and specialized versions perform a diversity of roles, including airlift support, DEW Line and Arctic ice resupply, aero medical missions, aerial spray missions, fire-fighting duties for the US Forest Service, and natural disaster relief missions. In recent years, they have been used to bring humanitarian relief to many countries, including Haiti, Bosnia, Somalia, and Rwanda.

The L-100-20/30 Hercules is the stretched civilian version of the C-130H basic military model.

First flight of the new high-tech variant, C-130J-30 (RAF Hercules C4 ZH865) was on April 5, 1996. The C-130J’s new engine is the AE2100B3 with a new six-blade propeller, the cockpit has new flight control systems (glass-cockpit).

Lockheed C-130J Hercules

The C-130J incorporates state-of-the-art technology that significantly improves performance and reduces ownership costs. Lockheed Martin projections show the C-130J/J-30 will lower cost of ownership as much as 45% depending on the scenario used. Early model C-130s require more than 20 maintenance man-hours per flight hour (MMH/FH). The C-130J/J-30 will require 10 or less MMH/FH. The C-130J/J-30 integrated digital technology provides the capability to airdrop in instrument conditions without zone markers, as a baseline feature of the aircraft. When the high resolution ground mapping capability of the APN-241 Low Power Color Radar is coupled with the dual INS/GPS and digital mapping systems, the C-130J/J-30 provides single-ship or formation all weather aerial delivery. This means the entire J/J-30 fleet will be all weather airdrop capable. C-130Js will be delivered as weather (WC), electronic combat (EC), and tanker (KC) configured aircraft.

The United States Marine Corps has chosen the KC-130J tanker to replace its aging KC-130F tanker fleet. The new KC-130J offers increased utility and much needed improvement in mission performance. As a force multiplier, the J tanker is capable of refueling both fixed wing and rotary wing aircraft as well as conducting rapid ground refueling. The refueling speed envelope has been widened from 100 to 270 knots indicated airspeed, offering more capability and flexibility. Offload rates per refueling pod can be up to 300 gallons / 2,040 lbs (1,135 liters / 925 kg) per minute simultaneously. The J tanker’s offload is significantly greater than previous Herc tankers. As an example, at 1,000 nautical miles, the fuel offload is well over 45,000 lbs. Rapid ground refueling is also a premium capability. In austere conditions/scenarios, the KC-130J can refuel helicopters, vehicles, and fuel caches at 600 gallons / 4,080 lbs (2,270 liters / 1,850 kg) per minute. Additionally, the unique prop feathering capability while the engines are still running (“HOTEL Mode”) offers safer and more hospitable conditions for ground refueling than in the past.

The WC-130J Hercules is a special weather reconnaissance version of the new Lockheed Martin C-130J cargo plane. Its mission is to fly into the eye of hurricanes to retrieve critical information about active storms. The Air Force Reserve Command’s 53rd Weather Reconnaissance Squadron at Keesler Air Force Base, MS, a component of the 403rd Wing, is the only unit in the Department of Defense that flies this mission.

The standard C-130J has essentially the same dimensions as the C-130E/H but the J-30 (stretched version) is 15 feet longer. The J-30 incorporates two extension plugs, one forward and one aft. The forward plug is 100 inches long while the rear plug is 80 inches for a total of 180 inches or 15 feet. With its 3,000 nautical mile range, increased speed, and air refueling capability, it complements the C-5/C-17 airlift team. The J-30 can work in the strategic, as well as tactical or intratheater, environment. The J-30 can be an effective force multiplier in executing the US Army Strategic Brigade Airdrop (SBA). The J-30 can airdrop 100% of the SBA requirement. No longer is it necessary to expend scarce heavy lift resources on strategic contingency requirements. Whether it’s a channel, special airlift, training, or contingency airdrop mission, the J-30 can handle it all at a significantly reduced cost.

For the first time in the 40-plus year history of the popular Hercules transport, the US Air Force and Lockheed Martin Aeronautical Systems signed a commercial practices contract for the sale of C-130Js. Awarded on 06 November 1996, the basic contract includes an initial order for two aircraft, associated data, and spares, funded in fiscal year 1996. The contract also contains five years of options through the year 2000 for additional aircraft, interim contractor support, data, training, and support. By late 1996 Aeronautical Systems had completed assembly of the first “production” C-130J (Serial # 5440), one of 12 ordered by the Royal Australian Air Force.

Lockheed C-130 Special Missions Aircraft

 

MC-130E (Rivet Clamp) (Rivet Swap) (Rivet Yank) Three distinct versions of this model: Nine aircraft are of the Rivet Clamp version fitted with the Fulton recovery yoke together with an infra-red detection system, chaff / flare dispensers, and a tail cone-mounted radar warning receiver. Three Rivet Yank are similarly configured but lack the Fulton system and have T56-A-15 engines fitted, while the two Rivet Swap Hercules appear to be system evaluation aircraft.

EC-130E Rivet Rider witch are operated by the Pennsylvania ANG for psychological warfare duties. The Rivet Riders feature a large blade antenna on the leading edge of the fin along with another curved antenna beneath the wings outboard of the engines. Underwing pods and a rear fuselage pod contain trailing wire antennas.

 

Specifications: EC-130E

 

Weight: empty 33.063 kg.

Maximum payload 20412 kg.

Speed: 612 km/h.

Range: 7564 km.

Performance: maximum rate of climb at sea level 558 m per minute.

 

The HC-130N was fielded for rescue and for recovery of space capsules. They have Cook Aerial Trackers to locate satellite capsules during re-entry from orbit.

The HC-130P combined the rescue and recovery configuration and added a tanker mission, having under-wing refueling drogue pods previously developed for the US Marines KC-130F and used primarily to refuel rescue and special-operation helicopters.

 

 

 

Developing Nation: United States of America.
Manufacturer/designer: Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company.
Production line: .
Task: Global airlift.
First Flight: – YC-130A August 23, 1954.
– C-130A April 7, 1955.
– C-130H November 1964.
– L-100-30 December 3, 1979.
– C-130J-30 April 5, 1996, ZH865.
First Delivery: – C-130A December 1956.
– C-130B April 1959.
– C-130E April 1962.
– C-130H April 1965
– C-130H2 1978.
– C-130H3 1992.
– C-130J 1996.
– L-100 1964.
– L-100-20 1968.
– L-100-30 1970.
– C-130H-30 1980.
– C-130J-30 November 1999.
Last Delivery: – C-130A November 1959.
– C-130B March 1963.
– C-130E March 1974.
– C-130H
– C-130H2 1992.
– C-130H3 1997.
– C-130J in production.
– L-100 December 1968.
– L-100-20 March 1981.
– L-100-30.
– C-130H-30 197.
Crew: Five (two pilots, navigator, flight engineer and loadmaster)
? Lockheed C-130H Hercules
Wing span: 40,41 m.
Wing area: 161,12 m².
Wing aspect ratio: 10,09
Length: 29,79 m.
Fuselage diameter: 3,22 m.
Height: 11,66 m.
Tail plane span: 16,05 m.
Wheel track: 4,35 m.
Wheelbase: 9, 77 m.
Cabin length: 12.31 m.
Cabin diameter: 3.12 m.
Cabin height: 2.74 m.
Rear ramp length: 3.12 m.
Rear ramp width: 3.02 m.
Cargo volume: 127 m³
Engine (s): Four Allison T56-A-15 turboprops each rated 4.591 hp.
Propeller: diameter 4.11 m.
Weight: – empty: 31.434 Kg.
– fuel: 19.116 liter.
– external fuel: 2 under wing tanks 1703 liter.
– max. payload: 19.090 Kg.
Max. Take off weight: 69.750 kg.
Max. Speed:  Km/h. 366 mph
Max. cruise at low altitude: 595 km/h.
Service ceiling: 7.077 m with 19,090 kg payload.
Max. Range:  km.
Performance: – take-off run 1.311 m at max. take-off weight.
– max. rate of climb at sea level610 m/min.
Under wing hard points: 2

 

  Lockheed C-130H-30 Hercules
Crew: Five (two pilots, navigator, flight engineer and loadmaster)
Length: 34,37 m.
Fuselage diameter: 3,22 m.
Height: 11,66 m.
Tail plane span: 16,05 m.
Wheel track: 4,35 m.
Cabin length: 16,91 m.
Cabin diameter: 3.12 m.
Cabin height: 2.74 m.
Rear ramp length: 3.12 m.
Rear ramp width: 3.02 m.
Cargo volume: 170,5 m³.
Engine (s): Four Allison T56-A-15LFE turboprops each rated 4.591 hp.
Propeller: diameter 4.11 m.
Weight: – empty: 36.397 Kg.
– fuel: 19.116 liter.
– external fuel: 2 under wing tanks 1703 liter.
– max. payload: 17.654 Kg.
Max. Take off weight: 79.310 kg.
Max. Speed: 602 Km/h.
Cruise speed: 556 km/h.
Range: 7.876 km.
Service ceiling: 10.060 m.

 

  Lockheed C-130J Hercules
Crew: 2 pilots and loadmaster.
Length: 29,79 m.
Fuselage diameter: 3,22 m.
Height: 11,66 m.
Tail plane span: 16,05 m.
Wheel track: 4,35 m.
Wheelbase: 9, 77 m.
Cabin length: 12.31 m.
Cabin diameter: 3.12 m.
Cabin height: 2.74 m.
Rear ramp length: 3.12 m.
Rear ramp width: 3.02 m.
Cargo volume: 127,4 m³.
Combat delivery capability: – 5 pallets.
– 74 litters.
– 16 cds bundles.
– 92 combat troops.
– 64 paratroops.
Engine (s): Four Rolls-Royce AE 2100D3 turboprops each rated 4.700 hp.
Propeller: Dowty Aerospace, all composite six blade R391 propellers diameter 4,15 m.
Weight: – empty: 34.275 Kg.
– fuel: 25.522 liter.
– external fuel: 2 under wing tanks 1703 liter.
– max. payload: 19.090 Kg.
Max. take off weight: 70.305 kg.
Max. landing weight: 58.965 kg.
Max. speed: 724 Km/h.
Service ceiling: 7.077 m with 19.090 kg payload.
Performance: – take-off run 594 m at max. take-off weight.
– max. rate of climb at sea level?610 m/min.

 

  Lockheed C-130J-30 Hercules
Crew: 2 pilots and loadmaster.
Length: 34,37 m.
Fuselage diameter: 3,22 m.
Height: 11,66 m.
Tail plane span: 16,05 m.
Wheel track: 4,35 m.
Wheelbase: 9,77 m.
Cabin length: 16,91 m.
Cabin diameter: 3.12 m.
Cabin height: 2.74 m.
Rear ramp length: 3.12 m.
Rear ramp width: 3.02 m.
Cargo volume: 170,5 m³.
Combat delivery capability: – 8 pallets.
– 97 litters.
– 24 cds bundles.
– 128 combat troops.
– 92 paratroops.
Engine (s): Four Rolls-Royce AE 2100D3 turboprops each rated 4.700 hp.
Propeller: Dowty Aerospace, all composite six blade R391 propellers diameter 4,15 m.
Weight: – empty: 35.996 Kg.
– fuel: 25.522 liter.
– external fuel: 2 under wing tanks 1703 liter.
– max. payload: 20,227 Kg.
Max. take off weight: 74.393 kg.
Max. landing weight: 58.965 kg.
Max. speed: 724 Km/h.
Max. range: 5.556 km.
Service ceiling: 7.077 m with 19,090 kg payload.

 

 

 

C-130A variants: C-130B variants: C-130E variants: C-130H variants: L-100 commercial:
YC-130       2

C-130A    204

C-130D    12

RC-130A  15

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               233

C-130B      156

C-130F          7

HC-130B      12

KC-130F      46

LC-130F        4

WC-130F      5

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                 230

C-130E  486

C-130G     4

EC-130E   1

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             491

AC-130U         13

C-130H          690

C-130H-30       56

C-130HMP        4

C-130K           66

C-130T            20

EC-130V           1

EC-130Q         18

HC-130H         67

HC-130H-7      11

HC-130H(N)      6

HC-130N         15

HC-130P         20

KC-130H         22

KC-130R         14

KC-130T         26

KC-130T-30      2

LC-130H           7

LC-130R           6

MC-130H        24

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                   1087

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The Lockheed C-130 variants are in service by over 60 air forces.

Military operators of the C-130 are:

 
C-130A C-130B C-130E C-130H C-130H-30 L-100 C-130J
Australia

Bolivia

Chad

Honduras

Mexico

Peru

United States:

CIA

USAF

USN

Argentina

Bangladesh

Bolivia

Botswana

Columbia

Chile

Ecuador

Ethiopia

Greece

Indonesia

Jordan

Pakistan

Philippines

Romania

Singapore

South Africa

Tunis

Turkey

United States:

USAF

USCG

USMC

USN

CIA

Australia

Austria

Argentina

Brazil

Canada

Iran

Iraq

Israel

Mexico

Pakistan

Saudi Arabia

Sri Lanka

Sweden

United States:

USAF

USCG

CIA

Abu Dhabi

Algeria

Argentina

Australia

Belgium

Bolivia

Brazil

Cameroon

Canada

Chad

Chile

Columbia

Denmark

Dubai

Egypt

France

Gabon

Greece

Indonesia

Iran

Israel

Italy

Japan

Jordan

Libya

Malaysia

Morocco

Netherlands

New Zealand

Niger

Nigeria

Norway

Oman

Philippines

Portugal

Romania

Saudi Arabia

Singapore

South-Korea

Spain

Sri Lanka

Sudan

Sweden

Taiwan

Thailand

Tunis

Turkey

United Kingdom

United States:

USAF

USCG

USMC

USN

NASA

Venezuela

Yemen

Zaire

Algeria

Cameroon

Chad

Dubai

Egypt

France

Indonesia

Malaysia

Netherlands

Nigeria

Portugal

Saudi Arabia

South Korea

Thailand

United Kingdom

United States:

USMC

Canada

Gabon

Indonesia

Kuwait

Pakistan

Peru

Philippines

UA Emirates

United States:

CIA

United Kingdom

Italy

United States

 

Missions  Specialized Variant 
Tactical Airlift All
Aerial Tanker KC-130B, KC-130F, KC-13H, HC-130H(N), HC-130N, HC-130P, KC-130R, KC-130T, KC-130J
Command & Control EC-130E (ABCCC), EC-130G, & EC-130Q
Maritime Patrol C-130H-NP/PC-130H
Special Operations MC-130E, MC-130H, MC-130W
Search & Rescue SC-130B/HC-130B, HC-130E, HA-130H, HC-130H(N), HC-130N, & HC-130P
Humanitarian Relief All
Staff/VIP Transport VC-130B & VC-130H
Reconnaissance RC-130B
Airborne Hospital C-130E (AEH)
Arctic & Anarctic Support C-130BL/LC-130F, C-130D, LC-130H, & LC-130R
Drone Control GC-130A/DC-130A, DC-130E, & DC-130H
Electronic Warfare EC-130E (CL), EC-130E (RR), EC-130H
Space & Missile Operations JC-130A, JC-130B, & NC-130H
Test & Evaluation NC-13A, NC-130B, JC-130E, NC-130E, JC-130H, & RC-130S
Weather Reconnaissance WC-130B, WC-130E, WC-130H, WC-130J
Gunship AC-130A, AC-130E, AC-130H, & AC-130U

 

 

Lockheed C-130 Hercules written-off by accidents:

        AT624 C-130H Nigerian Air Force
02-09-1958 56-0528 C-130A-II USAF
19-09-1958 56-0526 C-130A USAF
20-05-1959 57-0468 C-130A USAF
27-05-1961 59-1534 C-130B USAF
..-10-1961 58-0745 C-130B USAF
08-05-1962 55-0020 C-130A USAF
17-05-1962 56-0546 C-130A USAF
26-11-1962 56-0488 C-130A USAF
27-08-1963 56-0474 C-130A USAF
03-09-1964 T-1307 C-130B Indonesian Air Force
11-01-1965 58-0719 C-130B USAF
11-01-1965 58-0730 C-130B USAF
25-03-1965 63-7797 C-130E USAF
24-04-1965 57-0475 C-130A USAF
01-07-1965 55-0039 C-130A USAF
01-07-1965 55-0042 C-130A USAF
18-08-1965 12648 C-130B Pakistan Air Force
24-08-1965 149802 KC-130F US Marines
18-09-1965 55-0038 C-130A USAF
21-09-1965 T-1306 C-130B Indonesian Air Force
08-12-1965 56-0502 C-130A USAF
12-12-1965 56-0515 C-130A USAF
20-12-1965 62-1843 C-130A USAF
06-01-1966 61-0972 C-130B USAF
09-01-1966 61-0970 C-130B USAF
01-02-1966 149809 KC-130F US Marines
19-03-1966 61-2641 C-130B USAF
26-03-1966 56-0506 C-130A USAF
29-03-1966 61-0953 C-130B USAF
15-04-1966 10304 CC-130E Canadian Armed Forces
31-05-1966 64-0511 C-130E USAF
17-06-1966 63-7785 C-130E USAF
..-07-1966 24142 C-130B Pakistan Air Force
06-09-1966 63-7878 C-130E USAF
02-10-1966 62-1840 C-130E USAF
12-10-1966 63-7886 C-130E USAF
25-10-1966 61-0955 C-130B USAF
26-10-1966 2452 C-130E Brazilian Air Force
17-02-1967 60-0307 C-130B USAF
12-03-1967 63-7772 C-130E USAF
16-04-1967 58-0722 C-130B USAF
18-04-1967 5-107 C-130E Iranian Air Force
27-04-1967 130309 CC-130E Canadian Armed Forces
09-06-1967 58-0737 C-130B USAF
17-06-1967 60-0293 C-130B USAF
22-06-1967 63-7801 C-130E USAF
15-07-1967 55-0009 C-130A USAF
15-07-1967 62-1815 EC-130E USAF
08-10-1967 61-2649 C-130B USAF
12-10-1967 57-0467 C-130A USAF
15-10-1967 64-0548 C-130E USAF
15-11-1967 62-1865 C-130E USAF
15-11-1967 63-7827 C-130E USAF
25-11-1967 64-0563 C-130E-I USAF
29-12-1967 64-0547 C-130E-I USAF
10-02-1968 149813 KC-130F US Marines
17-02-1968 58-0743 C-130B USAF
28-02-1968 64-0522 C-130E USAF
02-03-1968 56-0549 C-130A USAF
03-03-1968 62-1814 C-130E USAF
11-04-1968 9J-RBX L-100 ZAC
11-04-1968 9J-RCY L-100 ZAC
16-04-1968 56-0480 C-130A USAF
26-04-1968 60-0298 C-130B USAF
30-04-1968 64145 L-100 Pakistan Air Force
12-05-1968 56-0548 C-130A USAF
12-05-1968 60-0297 C-130B USAF
15-05-1968 63-7875 C-130E USAF
16-05-1968 N9267R L-100 Aerea Aerovias Ecutorianas
22-05-1968 56-0477 C-130A USAF
25-06-1968 62-1861 C-130E USAF
29-06-1968 66-0214 HC-130P USAF
29-06-1968 66-0218 HC-130P USAF
06-09-1968 62-1785 C-130E USAF
19-10-1968 64-17949 C-130E Turkish Air Force
28-11-1968 61-2644 C-130B USAF
24-12-1968 N760Al L-100 Interior
01-01-1969 454 C-130 Royal Saudi air Force
02-01-1969 63-7780 C-130E USAF
..-02-1969 62-1831 C-130E USAF
04-02-1969 65-0990 HC-130H USAF
08-03-1969 64-0545 C-130E USAF
24-03-1969 XV180 Hercules C1 Royal Air Force
07-04-1969 5-112 C-130E Iran Air Force
29-04-1969 61-2637 C-130B USAF
18-05-1969 149814 KC-130F US Marines
23-05-1969 63-7789 C-130E USAF
24-05-1969 54-1629 JAC-130A USAF
27-05-1969 56-0472 C-130A USAF
23-06-1969 61-0965 C-130B USAF
..-07-1969 AS-HFQ C-130B Pakistan Air Force
16-07-1969 CF-PWO L-100 Pacific Western Airlines
06-10-1969 58-0718 C-130B USAF
24-11-1969 56-0533 C-130A USAF
13-12-1969 56-0499 C-130A USAF
15-12-1969 62-1800 C-130E USAF
21-12-1969 2450 C-130E Brazilian Air Force
..-03-1970 23489 C-130B Pakistan Air Force
10-04-1970 56-0510 C-130A USAF
10-04-1970 56-0516 C-130A USAF
22-04-1970 54-1625 AC-130A USAF
30-07-1970 150685 KC-130F US Marines
31-07-1970 62-1802 C-130E USAF
11-10-1970 N9248R L-100-20 Saturn
15-02-1971 148318 LC-130F US Navy
21-02-1971 61-2642 C-130B USAF
09-11-1971 XV216 Hercules C1 Royal Air Force
12-11-1971 69-6578 C-130E USAF
30-11-1971 149810 KC-130F US Marines
04-12-1971 148321 LC-130F US Navy
15-01-1972 151890 EC-130G US Navy
19-02-1972 62-1813 C-130E USAF
18-03-1972 63-7775 C-130E USAF
30-03-1972 69-6571 AC-130E USAF
25-04-1972 64-0508 C-130E USAF
03-05-1972 62-1797 C-130E USAF
17-05-1972 63-7798 C-130E USAF
28-05-1972 55-0044 AC-130A USAF
22-05-1972 62-1854 C-130E USAF
05-06-1972 57-0495 C-130D USAF
05-06-1972 62-1805 C-130E USAF
18-06-1972 55-0043 AC-130A USAF
12-08-1972 62-1853 C-130E USAF
12-09-1972 XV194 Hercules C1 Royal Air Force
05-12-1972 64-0558 MC-130E USAF
09-12-1972 64-0505 C-130E USAF
21-12-1972 56-0490 AC-130A USAF
28-01-1973 155917 LC-130R US Navy
12-09-1973 XV198 Hercules C1 Royal Air Force
15-10-1973 62-1845 C-130E USAF
28-02-1974 5-112 C-130E Iran Air Force
20-04-1974 62-1841 C-130E USAF
23-05-1974 N14ST L-100-30 Saturn
18-08-1974 9T-TCD C-130H Zaire Air Force
30-08-1974 N100AK L-100 ?
30-09-1974 63-7802 C-130E USAF
13-10-1974 65-0965 WC-130H USAF
27-10-1974 N102AK L-100 AIA
18-12-1974 56-0521 C-130A South Vietnam Air Force
25-12-1974 55-0016 C-130A South Vietnam Air Force
01-02-1975 58-0721 C-130B USAF
..-04-1975 55-0006 C-130A South Vietnam Air Force
..-04-1975 55-0017 C-130A South Vietnam Air Force
..-04-1975 55-0045 C-130A South Vietnam Air Force
06-04-1975 55-0002 C-130A USAF
28-04-1975 72-1297 C-130E USAF
27-07-1975 57-0454 C-130A USAF
28-08-1975 TC-62 C-130E Argentina Air Force
25-11-1975 011 C-130H Israeli Air Force
27-08-1976 7772 C-130H Venezuelan Air Force
21-11-1976 CF-PWX L-100-20 PWA
04-12-1976 CNA-OB C-130H Royal Maroc Air Force
21-12-1976 5-8536 C-130H Iran Air Force
03-03-1977 MM61996 46-10 C-130H Italian Air Force
21-06-1977 156176 EC-130Q US Navy
19-02-1978 OB-R-1004/395 L-100-20 Peru Air Force
19-02-1978 1270?SU-BAA C-130H Egyptian Air Force
15-04-1978 63-7787 C-130E USAF
28-04-1978 63-7766 C-130E USAF
08-09-1978 64-0532 C-130E USAF
19-09-1978 5-8532 C-130H Iran Air Force
30-11-1978 68-10936 C-130E USAF
12-07-1978 748 C-130H Ecuadorian Air Force
10-12-1978 68-10951 C-130E USAF
23-01-1979 MM62000 46-14 C-130H Italian Air Force
..-03-1979 10687 C-130E Pakistan Air Force
08-04-1979 116 C-130H Libyan Air Force
15-05-1997 D2-FAF L-100-20 TAAG
19-06-1979 5-8520 C-130E Iran Air Force
16-07-1979         ? C-130E USAF
28-09-1979 CP-1375 C-130H Bolivian Air Force
14-03-1980 74-2064 C-130H USAF
24-04-1980 62-1809 EC-130E USAF
28-05-1980 T.10-01 311-01 C-130H Spanish Air Force
14-09-1980 9T-TCE C-130H Zaire Air Force
02-10-1980 56-0504 C-130A USAF
15-10-1980 130312 CC-130E Canadian Armed Forces
29-10-1980 74-1683 YMC-130H USAF
04-11-1980 3556 C-130H Venezuelan Air Force
14-01-1981 69-6581 C-130E USAF
26-02-1981 65-0564 MC-130E USAF
24-04-1981 FAP396 L-100-30 Peruvian Air Force
16-05-1981 D2-EAS L-100-20 TAAG
29-05-1981 1276/SU-BAH C-130H Egyptian Air Force
..-06-1981 AS-HFP C-130B Pakistan Air Force
..-09-1981 5-8552 C-130H Iranian Air Force
21-09-1981 74-1672 C-130H USAF
12-10-1981 CNA-OH C-130H Moroccan Air Force
11-04-1981 C-FPWK L-100-20 NWT Air
14-04-1982 74-1678 C-130H USAF
29-04-1982 743 C-130H Ecuadorian Air Force
12-05-1982 64-0543 C-130E USAF
01-06-1982 TC-63 C-130E Argentina air Force
30-07-1982 1600.. HC-130H US Marines
16-10-1982 FAC-1003 C-130B Colombian Air Force
16-11-1982 130329 CC-130H Canadian Armed Forces
13-02-1983 74-1693 C-130H USAF
19-06-1983 FAP383 L-100-20 Peruvian Air Force
27-08-1983 N17ST L-100-30 Transamerica
28-02-1984 68-10944 C-130E USAF
02-11-1984 68-10946 C-130E USAF
29-12-1984 N24ST L-100-30 Transamerica
22-01-1985 56-0501 C-130A USAF
24-02-1985 1620 KC-130H Royal Saudi Air Force
12-03-1985 64-0549 C-130E USAF
29-03-1985 130330 CC-130H Canadian Armed Forces
29-03-1985 130331 CC-130H Canadian Armed Forces
21-11-1985 A-1322 C-130H-MP Indonesian Air Force
07-02-1986 1633/TT-TAB C-130A Chad Air Force
02-04-1986 66-0211 HC-130P USAF
08-06-1986 D2-THA L-100-20 TAAG
24-06-1986 2457 C-130E Brazilian air Force
14-08-1986 FAH-556 C-130B Honduran Air Force
09-09-1986 56-0468 C-130A USAF
14-10-1986 N15ST L-100-30 Saturn
08-04-1987 N46965 L-100-30 Safair
01-07-1987 68-10945 C-130E USAF
14-10-1987 HB-ILF L-100-30 Zimex Aviation
16-11-1987 TT-PAC C-130A Chad Air Force
09-12-1987 159131 LC-130R US Navy
14-12-1987 2468 C-130H Brazilian Air Force
08-06-1988 61-2373 C-130E USAF
17-08-1988 23494 C-130B Pakistan Air Force
..-01-1989 130318 CC-130E Canadian Armed Forces
27-03-1989 470 C-130H Royal Saudi Air Force
07-04-1989 S9-NAI L-100-20 Transafrik
01-08-1989 7T-VHK L-100-30 Air Algerie
09-08-1989 74-1681 C-130H USAF
27-11-1989 N9205T L-100-20 Tepper Aviation
..-12-1989 460 C-130H Saudi Arabian Air Force
21-12-1989 TAM62 C-130A Bolivian Air Force
05-01-1990 D2-THB L-100-20 Angola Air Charter
19-04-1990 9T-TCG C-130H Zaire Air Force
12-08-1990 N911SJ L-100-30 Southern Air Transport
25-08-1990 M30-03 C-130H Malaysian Air Force
05-02-1991 748 C-130H Greece Air Force
31-01-1991 69-6567 AC-130H USAF
..-02-1991 KAF322 L-100-30 Kuwait Air Force
05-02-1991 748 C-130H Greece Air Force
16-03-1991 CP-1564 L-100-30 Transafrik
21-03-1991 469 C-130H Royal Saudi Air Force
10-06-1991 J6-SLQ DC-130A Questline
02-09-1991 N521SJ L-100-20 Caritas
17-09-1991 ET-AJL L-100-30 Ethiopian Airlines
05-10-1991 A-1234 C-130H-30 Indonesian Air Force
30-10-1991 130322 CC-130E Canadian Armed Forces
06-02-1992 58-0732 C-130B USAF
28-04-1992 64-0501 C-130E USAF
07-10-1992 63-7881 C-130E USAF
03-02-1993 N130X L-100-20 Lockheed
27-05-1993 XV193 Hercules C3 Royal Air Force
22-07-1993 130321 CC-130E Canadian Armed Forces
15-12-1993 4761 C-130H Philippine Air Force
14-03-1994 69-6576 AC-130H USAF
17-03-1994 5-8521 C-130H Iranian Air Force
07-04-1994 D2-THC L-100-30 TAAG
13-08-1994 N135FF C-130A Aero Firefighting Service Co.
23-09-1994 PK-PLV L-100-30 Pelita
14-10-1994 2460 C-130E Brazilian Air Force
31-12-1994 TAM67 C-130A Bolivian Air Force
14-05-1995 62-1838 C-130E USAF
15-07-1996 CH-06 C-130H Belgium Air Force
17-08-1996 74-1662 C-130H USAF
22-11-1996 64-14856 HC-130P USAF
01-04-1997 88-4408 C-130H USAF
16-04-1997 5U-MBD C-130H Niger Air Force
..-05-1997 55-0027 C-130A USAF/Mexican Air Force
..-05-1997 TP300 C-130A Mexican Air Force
10-10-1997 1310 C-130H Republic of China Air Force
20-12-1997 750 C-130H Greece Air Force
..-04-1998 148892 KC-130F US Marines
10-09-1998 AS-HFO C-130B Pakistan Air Force
26-12-1998 S9-CAO L-100-30 Transafrik
02-01-1999 D2-EHD L-100-30 Transafrik
11-06-1999 XV298 Hercules C1 Royal Air Force
..-09-1999 N919SJ L-100-30 Southern Air Transport
17-09-1999 3610 C-130A Mexican Air Force
10-12-1999 63-7854 C-130E USAF
28-12-1999 S9-BOP L-100-30 Transafrik
14-01-2000 TAM-60 C-130B Bolivian Air Force
26-07-2000 348 HC-130H Royal Jordanian Air Force
07-09-2000 N116TG C-130A T&G Aviation/Air Response
24-09-2001 2455 C-130E Brazilian Air Force
20-12-2001 A-1329 L-100-30 Indonesian Air Force
09-01-2002 160021 KC-130R US Marines
11-02-2002 148895 KC-130F US Marines
12-02-2002 66-0213 MC-130P USAF
12-06-2002 84-0475 MC-130H USAF
17-06-2002 N130HP C-130A Hawkins & Powers Aviation
08-08-2002 90-0161 MC-130H USAF
19-09-2003 10603 C-130A Mexican Air Force
28-09-2004 84-0211 C-130H USAF
29-12-2004 85-0012 MC-130H USAF
30-01-2005 XV179 Hercules C1 Royal Air Force
31-03-2005 87-0127 MC-130H USAF
10-06-2005 S9-BAS L-100-30 Transafrik
06-12-2005 5-8519 C-130E Iran Air Force
14-04-2006 9T-TCB C-130H Congolese Air Force
05-05-2006 CH-02 C-130H Belgian Air Force
24-05-2006 XV206 Hercules C.1 RAF
11-06-2006 TF-PAF C-130H Chad Air Force
12-07-2006 S9-BOF L-100-30 UN
13-08-2006 7T-VHG L-100-30 Air Algerie

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