Tag: Hercules

AMERICAN C-130 AIR TANKER CREW IDENTIFIED AND HONORED IN AUSTRALIA

Coulson C-130 Air Tanker crew honored

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – Flags were flying at half-staff today across the state of New South Wales, in honor of the 3 American firefighters who were tragically killed yesterday. Coulson Aviation and the Australian media have released the victims’ names today: Captain Ian H. McBeth (44), First Officer Paul Clyde Hudson (42) and Flight Engineer Rick

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AMERICAN C-130 FIREFIGHTING AIRCRAFT CRASHED IN AUSTRALIA KILLING 3 PEOPLE

C-130 Firefighting Aircraft crashed in Australia killing 3 people

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – While Australia was hoping the worst part of the bushfires was over, a new tragedy occured on Thursday when a C-130 Hercules firefighting aircraft crashed, while battling the bushfires in New South Wales, killing 3 American crew members onboard. The aircraft was leased from an American company – Coulson Aviation USA. The

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VIDEO – RNLAF 336th SQUADRON IS RETURNING HOME AFTER EXERCISE IN YUMA

Dutch Soldiers and Marines jump out of C-130 Hercules over desert outside Yuma in Arinzona during exercise Desert Bull

YUMA, ARIZONA – The Royal Netherlands Air Force (RNLAF) 336th Squadron is returning home for Christmas after the 3-week exercise ‘Desert Bull’ in the Sonoran Desert, just outside Yuma, Arizona. During the exercise, 2 RNLAF C-130 Hercules cargo planes were stationed at MCAS Yuma, from where the aircraft conducted low-level flights and practiced the dropping

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CHILEAN AIR FORCE C-130 HERCULES DISAPPEARED FROM RADAR ON ITS WAY TO ANTARCTICA

Chilean Air Force C-130 Hercules missing on its way to Antarctica

CERRILLOS, CHILE – A C-130 Hercules transport aircraft of the Chilean Air Force disappeared from radar on Monday evening. The Hercules was on its way from the Chilean capital Santiago to a military base in Antarctica when radio contact was lost. There were 38 passengers on board. The Fuerza Aérea de Chile (Chilean Air Force)

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