Lockheed Martin is in the middle of nearly tripling C-130J output from 2008 to 2011 as demand for the airlifter rises across the world. A company photo released on 10 August provides a unique glimpse of the diversity of C-130J customers. The line-up shows seven aircraft ordered by four different customers. From right to left, the C-130Js shown above are being delivered to India, Canada, US Marine Corps, US Air Force, Canada, USAF and Canada. The two USAF aircraft include one C-130J for the mobility fleet and one HC-130J for the combat search and rescue fleet.
PHOTO OP: C-130J family photo
By Stephen Trimble on 1 September, 2010 in Uncategorised
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