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Niger, Tunisia, Morocco to receive ex-US C-130Hs

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Three African countries will soon be receiving ex-United States C-130H Hercules transport aircraft under the Excess Defence Articles programme. According to the Excess Defence Articles...

Cameroon Air Force C-130 incurs damages after crash-landing

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Cameroon’s ministry of defense has confirmed damage to one of its C-130 Hercules that crash-landed on Sunday 2 August in the country’s northern city...

Marshall Aerospace to support Cameroon’s Hercules fleet

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The United Kingdom-based Marshall Aerospace and Defence Group has been awarded a contract to provide maintenance, support and training to the Cameroon Air Force’s...

Crash-landed SAAF C-130 remains on edge of Goma runway

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The C-130BZ Hercules transport aircraft of the South African Air Force (SAAF) that crash-landed at Goma airport in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo...

Nigerian Air Force goes greener with purchase of Microvanes

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The Nigerian Air Force has purchased Microvanes 3D printed vanes from Metro Aerospace LLC and will use them on their fleet of C-130 Hercules...

Morocco seeking two ex-US C-130H Hercules transports

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Morocco has requested the transfer of two C-130H Hercules transport aircraft from the United States under its Excess Defence Articles (EDA) programme. The proposed grant...

Paramount launches avionics suite for C-130

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South African defence company Paramount has launched its avionics suite upgrade service for the Lockheed C-130 Hercules, one of the world's most...

Ethiopia receives donated C-130 Hercules

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The United States has handed over a donated C-130E Hercules transport aircraft to Ethiopia. US Ambassador Michael Raynor delivered the aircraft on behalf...

‘Enduring’ aircraft ramp opens at Camp Lemonnier, Djibouti

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After more than nine months of work and $12 million in funding, a US Air Force C-130 Hercules became the first aircraft...

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SANDF missing the communication target

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Former defence and military veterans minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula on a number of occasions said words to the effect South Africans have to decide what...