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Canada’s first C-130J emerges

written by | January 14, 2010

canadian JCanada’s first of 17 Lockheed Martin C-130J Super Hercules has rolled out of the paintshop at LM’s Marietta, Georgia facility. The aircraft, to be designated CC-130J in Canadian service, are due for delivery from the northern spring this year through to 2012, and will replace Canada’s ageing CC-130s (C-130E and H models).

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