In September, there was an induction ceremony at Lyneham R.A.F. Base. The first squadron of Lockheed Hercules had become operational for the British Armed Forces. It was just the beginning. A total force of 66 Hercules will be delivered to the R.A.F. Designated the Hercules C.Mk.1., this advanced version of the world’s most versatile airlifter uses British electronic equipment and has been specially adapted for R.A.F. operations. Flying missions throughout the world, Hercules greatly increases Great Britain’s airlift capability.
A Division of Lockheed Aircraft Corporation
LOCKHEED-GEORGIA COMPANY Marietta, Georgia, U.S.A.
Reference publication: Flying Review November 1967
Thanks to Dave Robinson for this Hi Res ad
There are no comments to display.
Join the conversation
You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.