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Casey

Lockheed Production No. Collection Missing Photos.

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Casey

From Bob Daley:

I am putting together a Library of C-130 Pictures, so we have them,

whenever any one has a request. I have found all but 51 of the 2477

+/- built. Here are the ones I am missing. Thanks for any help you

can give. [email protected]

A's USAF/ Lock#/ Fate

56-0474/3082/ Lost Naha 1963

56-0476/3084/ Stored TSN by SVAF (Have 2 Poor Pics)

56-0477/3085/ Lost Laos 1968 Blind Bat (1 Poor)

56-0488/3096/ Lost Sewart 1962

56-0510/3118/ Lost Laos 1970 by Air America (2 Poor)

56-0526/3134/ Lost France 1958

57-0467/3174/ Lost SVN 1967(1 Poor)

57-0468/3175/ Lost Japan 1959

57-0475/3182/ Lost Thailand 1965

SVAF-South Vietnam AF, TSN Than Son Nhut, SVN-S. Vietnam

Herk Pictures-B's

USAF

58-0730/3525/ Lost Forbes 1965

58-0737/3534/ Lost SVN 1967

59-1534/3570/ Lost Ramstein 1961

60-0293/3591/ Lost SVN 1967

60-0297/3600/ Lost SVN 1968

61-0965/3652/ Lost SVN 1969 (1 Poor)

61-0970/3667/ Lost SVN 1966

61-0972/3669/ Lost SVN 1966

61-2648/3691/ To Pakistan AF 12648

61-2649/3692/ Lost SVN 1967

Indonesia

1301/3546/ Stored Indonesia

1306/3598/ Lost 1965

1307/3599/ Lost 1964

Pakistan

12648/3691/ Lost 1965 was 61-2648

24142/3768/ Lost 1966

Herk Pictures-E's

62-1785/3730/ Lost SVN 1968

62-1800/3754/ Lost Taiwan 1969

62-1813/3775/ Lost Arkansas 1972

62-1843/3806/ Lost SVN 1965, not 1843 at Duke(64-0506)

62-1845/3808/ Lost Oklahoma 1973

63-7785/3852/ Lost Navy MATS SVN 1966, not 7785 at Duke(64-0507)

63-7789/3856/ Lost English Channel 1969

63-7797/3863/ Lost France 1965

63-7801/3867/ Lost Pope 1967 Trainer Little Rock Scrapped (2 Poor)

63-7886/3957/ Lost Texas 1966

64-0511/3995/ Lost NVN 1966

64-0534/4023/ Scrapped at Elmendorf 1999 (1 Poor)

64-0536/4025/ Lost Taiwan 1970

64-0545/4035/ Lost Taiwan 1969 (2 Poor)

64-0547/4040/ Lost C-130E-I NVN 1967 (4 Poor)

Brazil

2452/4093/ Lost Brazil 1966

L-100's

4229/ N760AL/ Airlift Int Inc and Interior AL/ Lost 1968 (1 Poor)

4830/N4080M&D2-EAS/ TAAG Angola/ Lost Angola 1986

C130H

USAF

65-0990/4151/ Lost Taiwan 1969

74-1678/4645/ Lost Turkey 1982

74-2064/4659/ Lost Turkey 1980

90-0161/5265/ Lost MC-130H Puerto Rico 2002

US Navy/Marines

161494/4896/ To NASA Broken UP 2000 (1 Poor)

Iran AF

5-142,5-136,5-8530/4454/Flying Iran?

Morocco AF

4717 & CN-AOH & 17/4717/ Lost West Sahara 1981

NASA

161494/4896/ From USN Broken Up 2000

Saudi AF

459 & 3204/4539/ Flying Saudi AF

South Korea

5179/5179/ Flying S Korean AF

Zaire AF

9T-TCE/4569/ Lost Zaire 1980

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herk336

Bob,

Yesterday (July 2nd) RNLAF G-988 (162313 (c/n 382-4988)) flew for the first time at Marshall's Aerospace UK

988.jpg

Mark

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F106A

A fella over at another web site I visit knows I'm a Herk guy and sent this photo he took of 61-0955 (3634) that he took on May, 1962 at Scott AFB, IL. Thought you'ld all enjoy! (I e-mailed it to Bob)

Mark

61-0955may62scott2.jpg

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EClark

I seen thoses but never with the forward cargo door open. Thats is a cool pic.

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Guest

Bob,

This image was just loaded to the Member's Gallery by 314FMS!

USAF C-130E 63-7878 LPN 3949

[ATTACH=CONFIG]2819[/ATTACH]

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314FMS

Bob,

This image was just loaded to the Member's Gallery by 314FMS!

USAF C-130E 63-7878 LPN 3949

[ATTACH=CONFIG]2819[/ATTACH]

Casey

I probably should have contacted you with this picture. This picture and two others were sent to Bob Daley last month and I have been looking to see if they would show up in the production number gallery. Since they had not, I loaded the picture into what I thought would be the missing spot in the production number gallery and it turned out to be the specific aircraft gallery instead. Sorry for the mix up.

Lee

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314FMS

I don't think I've ever seen an E without pylon tanks installed.

I agree. I never noticed the absence of external tanks until I had some of my 35mm slides of Tachi, CCK, and Nha Trang transfered to computer files. I have sent three pictures to Bob Daley to fill in the hole in the production number gallery. I mentioned this absence of external tanks on the aircraft to Bob, but another picture of the rear of 64-0556 and 63-7878 sitting together on the PSP in Tachikawa (was not sure why I took this shot, but upon zooming in it is a picture of another C-130 starting take off roll) and in the picture it looks to me like tanks may be installed. External tanks were sometimes removed for access to repair the fuel quantity instrument system wiring and probes. I have another picture of myself working on the external tank of an unknown number aircraft. I will post both of these pictures in my user gallery.

Lee

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bobdaley

Hi All

I update the Gallery pictures to Casey and he adds them as he gets the time. So thanks for any pics you send, keep them coming and please be patient if they are not added right away.

Thanks

Bob

I recently sent in a big update to Casey and I'll have another one soon I hope.

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bobdaley

I just found another one Saudi 1620 LMSN 4872.

I also updated the list one Page one.

Anyone who can help, Please do!

Thanks

Bob

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314FMS

I just posted a picture of 62-1802 in my user gallery. This photo was taken at an open house display at Pease AFB New Hampshire in 1964 or 1965 while I was stationed there. The photo was scanned from an old picture of mine that my sister had in a family photo book. The full sized scan is about 1 Meg and I can e-mail it if anyone is interested.

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DC10FE

Found another today, now 52!

Bob,

Any info on when and where? No engines -- not a good sign.

Don R.

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bobdaley

Recently in Tehran, been in storage for a long time waiting to go inrto overhaul

Bob

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Graywolf88

I have no idea what the tail number is on this aircraft. It must be one of the A models we turned over to the Vietnamese just before we left there in 1972 - 73. We were flying all E models at that time and I am not aware of any A model that was left at Khe Sanh intact. This aircraft is said to be on display at the Khe Sanh War Memorial currently. The pictures were taken by an ADV Motorcycle rider who bought a small Vietnamese motorcycle in Hanoi and rode it all the way to Saigon taking pictures along the way. He and his wife spent a month making the trip.

Not sure if you have a record of this aircraft or what the numbers are. These pictures are fairly recent. The person taking the pictures knows nothing about tail numbers or types. He was simply taking pictures of the static displays at the Memorial.

 

 

 

 

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airfix1338

Hello,this aircraft is 56-0432 GZN of the VNAF 437 TRANSPORT SQUADRON FORMERLY AT TAN SON NHUT UNTIL A FEW YEARS AGO DERELICT-WITH POSSIBLY PARTS USED FROM SOME OF THE OTHER 7 C-130A  AIRCRAFT-ONLY 4 ARE LEFT NOW.WHEN CAPTURED IN 1975 IT WAS REPAIRED AND WAS IN THE  VPAF UNTIL THE EARLY 1980s.

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