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Not sure this is 100%.

A97-001 is possibly A-1333, A97-002 still parked at Richmond but going to Indonesia, A97-003 now A-1332, A97-004 still parked at Richmond going to Indonesia, A97-005 became A-1334 - crashed 16/12/2016 in West Papua in TNI-AU service, A97-006 now A-1334, A97-007 now A-1336, A97-008 still parked at Richmond going to Indonesia, A97-009 now A-1331, A97-010 broken up to be used as C-130J-30 fuselage trainer, A97-011 at RAAF Point Cook Museum, A97-012 broken up to be used as C-130J-30 fuselage trainer (010 and 012 cut up and joined together to make 1 trainer) 

 

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