Comments:

  1. Csubi says:

    Bring The Rain!

  2. whyme1973 says:

    Just a badass piece of hardware.

  3. Bam says:

    pretty sure #24 is the Airbus A400M…

  4. @Dishwater says:

    Puff the Magic Dragon……

  5. Kenny says:

    #58 Death from above…

  6. freddy boy says:

    "It'll only take a minute". Pilot to John Wayne, The Green Berets.

  7. Paul B says:

    "You can run, but you'll die tired"

  8. tsgt ret says:

    H models, U boats, some with the new 30mm, some slicks and some HCs/MCs.. Nice

  9. clutchmedic says:

    Gorgeous damn planes, loved hearing them takeoff over Bagram when I was there in 2008. They don't sound like a normal Herky either. That 105 would hand it to 'em.

  10. clutchmedic says:

    #48 is an example of a badass as well, MC-130E Combat Talon I

  11. SSgt CRS says:

    Awesome pics. However, most of these are not Spookys (AC-130U) Many, including #10 #21 #28 #30 and #33 are all Spectres (AC-130H). Again, awesome pics, but might have named it better.

  12. Thomas Bender says:

    #62 Tail #1054… Flew this one before it was a Gunship….was the fastest one we had…

  13. Mort says:

    Not all of these are even gunships, some are just regular slicks. #47 is one of my birds here at cannon afb. mc-130j, we share the flightline with spectres here😉

  14. nick says:

    There is a C-130 based out of Dyess that has the tail number 1666. She was nicknamed Damion for years, or the flaming tomato based on the nose art she had on her. They would take her to Georgia to train Airborne troops, and no one wanted to fly on it because of the 666 tail number. It was a huge pain in the ass on station, but off station was the best flying aircraft in the fleet!

    I have great memories working on these planes, they are truly the workhorse of the air force fleet.

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  16. herc driver says:

    I'm pretty sure I was flying #47 at the time….

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  18. David says:

    Awesome album, even better since a lot of these are spectres, not the spooky. Still, make it better by getting rid of that awful "J" model.

  19. Original DSO (Dizzo) says:

    #25 The Arbitrator (53-3129) was not only the first C-130 Hercules off the assembly line in 1955, but it was also the first AC-130 back in 1968, so aka The First Lady. She's in retirement now at Eglin Armament Museum outside Eglin AFB. I don't know the story of the #4 The First Lady, but she's defintely not the original "First Lady" gunship… maybe the first AC-130U model named in honor of 53-3129? … http://www.spectre-association.org/First_Lady_129

  20. guest says:

    first AC-130J is going to start modding this month. Should be nice having 25% more power and range.

  21. thebluebuggy says:

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  22. A1C@LRAFB says:

    #18 #22 #47 and #54 are all C-130J's (Super Hercs)

  23. Boomer says:

    #9 – USMC KC-130's. Semper Fi.

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