C-130 Hercules Pictures
- Over Turquoise Water - two C-130 Hercules turn away from the Sahara Desert coastline and over the turquoise water of the Atlantic Ocean, somewhere along the Morocco coastline of North Africa. Picture by Phil Speck, USAF.
- Combat King - an HC-130J Combat King II takes off from a landing zone, seen from front left and below on a sunny day. Picture by Zachary Wolf, USAF.
- Hercules over Alaska 1 - a C-130 Hercules flies in front of the mighty snow-covered peak of Mount Denali, the highest mountain in North America, on a clear sunny winter day. Picture by Edward Eagerton, ANG.
- Hercules over Alaska 2 - a C-130 Hercules flies over snowy rugged peaks at Denali National Park, Alaska, on a clear sunny winter day. Picture by Edward Eagerton, ANG.
- C-130H Hercules - a C-130H Hercules making an overhead pass, seen from front left under clear blue sky. Picture by Charles Delano, ANG.
- Firefighting Hercules - a C-130 Hercules equipped with firefighting systems drop its load of water, seen from left and below. Picture by Rick Sforza, USAF.
- Hercules over Alaska 3 - a C-130 Hercules flies over the rugged ice covered Alaska Range, seen from left. Picture by Tech Sgt Keith Brown, USAF.
- Hercules over lake - a C-130 Hercules flies over an islet in the Mille Lacs Lake in Minnesota, seen from left and front. Picture by Erik Gudmundson, USAF.
- Hercules - a C-130 Hercules rolling right over flat green land in Minnesota, seen from front and right. Picture by Erik Gudmundson, USAF.
- C-130J Hercules - a C-130J Hercules takes off, lit by the early morning sun. Picture by USAF.
- Hercules over the sea - a gray C-130 Hercules, seen from front right, flying low over the blue ocean.
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