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 Date LPN Model Status Reg: Owner/Operator Command Division Wing Group Squadron Flight Location
1959-07-XX 3514 C-130B act 58-0719   USAF TAC
Delivered: USAF
 
1959-07-XX 3515 C-130B act 58-0720   USAF TAC
Delivered: USAF
 
1959-07-XX 3516 C-130B act 58-0721   USAF TAC
Delivered: USAF
 
1959-07-XX 3517 C-130B act 58-0722   USAF TAC
Delivered: USAF
 
1959-07-XX 3230 RC-130A act 57-0523   USAF 1375 MCS
Delivered:  USAF
 
1959-07-XX 3231 RC-130A act 57-0524   USAF 1375 MCS
Delivered:  USAF
 
1959-06-XX 3513 C-130B act 58-0718   USAF TAC
Delivered: USAF
 
1959-06-XX 3228 RC-130A act 57-0521   USAF 1375 MCS
Delivered:  USAF
 
1959-06-XX 3229 RC-130A act 57-0522   USAF 1375 MCS
Delivered:  USAF
 
1959-05-20 3175 C-130A des 57-0468   USAF 483 TCW 815 TCS
Note: crashed Ashiya, Japan while landing with single engine failure.
 
1959-03-XX 3199 C-130D des 57-0492   AMARG Davis Monthan AFB, AZ
Note: scrapped
 
1958-09-19 3134 C-130A des 56-0526   USAF 314 TCW
Note: Mid air collision with French Super Mystere over France
 
1958-09-02 3136 C-130A-II des 56-0528   USAF 7406 CSS
Crash:  The SIGINT C-130, based at Rhein-Main Air Base Germany, departed Incirlik on a reconnaissance mission along the Turkish-Armenian border. It was to fly from Adana to Trabzon, turn right and fly to Van. From Van, the pilot was to reverse course and orbit between Van and Trabzon. This course would parallel the Soviet frontier, but the aircraft was not to approach the border closer than 100 miles. The aircraft's crew reported passing over Trabzon at an altitude of 25,500 feet. What happened next is unclear. The C-130 crew may have become disoriented by Soviet navigational beacons which were on frequencies similar to those at Trabzon and Van--one signal in Georgia was stronger than that in Trabzon. The airplane strayed off course and entered Soviet airspace over Armenia. Soviet Air Force MiG-17 fighter planes intercepted the Hercules. The Hercules was shot down 34 miles northwest of Yerevan. http://aviation-safety.net/database/record.php?id=19580902-2 Wreckage examined by US officials 1993-08-00. LPN 3160 painted as 3136 for Air Vigilance Park memorial at Ft. Meade, MD.
 
1958-02-20 3002 JC-130A b/u 53-3130   USAF Lockheed-Georgia Company: Marietta, Ga
Note: Tested to destruction
 
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