Air International 2019-08
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M.Ayton - Kings of the Arctic /Military/
HC-130J pilots conduct aerial refuelling with a KC-135 over Iraq, in support of Operation Inherent Resolve
HC-130J 15-5832/AK in position to aerial refuel a HH-60G Pave Hawk.
Aerial refuelling of a HH-60G Pavehawk.
A Guardian Angel air-droppable rescue vehicle assigned to the 176th Wing, sits near an HC-130J at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware.
A traditional water cannon salute to welcome the first HC-130J Combat King II at Elmendorf on June 3, 2017.
An Alaska Air National Guardsman assigned to the 212th Rescue Squadron jumps from a HC-130J Combat King II during precision parachute training over Malemute drop zone at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska.
HC-130J 15-5832/AK in position to aerial refuel a HH-60G Pave Hawk.
A maintainer assigned to the 176th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron inspects the main landing gear tyres of a HC-130J at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware.
Alaska Air National Guard personnel offload a vehicle from a HC-130J at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware to support relief efforts after Hurricane Florence in September 2018.
A 211th Rescue Squadron HC-130J approaches a dirt strip after a combat search and rescue training mission during Exercise Red Flag-Rescue 19-1, near Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Arizona, on May 9, 2019. This regular event gives joint service personnel an opportunity to build fundamental combat search and rescue skills required to fight in and out of contested environments.
Members of the 176th Wing prepare HC-130J 14-5815/AK for take off at the Lockheed Martin facility in Greenville, South Carolina on June 1, 2017. This aircraft was the first HC-130J to be received by the Air National Guard.
An aircraft maintainer walks on top of an HC-130J during an inspection.
A combat systems officer and a load master assigned to the 211th Rescue Squadron navigate the aircraft at the flight deck work station.
Alaska Air National Guardsmen during rescue operations near Sampson, North Carolina on September 17, 2018 that included site surveys, aerial refuelling of an HH-60G which was transporting 212th RQS personnel to assist with recovering isolated flood survivors.
Aerial refuelling of a HH-60G Pavehawk.
HC-130J pilots conduct aerial refuelling with a KC-135 over Iraq, in support of Operation Inherent Resolve
A 211th Rescue Squadron crew prepare to take off from Naval Air Station Oceana, Virginia, to North Carolina for a hurricane relief mission on September 17, 2018.