List of accidents and incidents involving the Lockheed C-130 Hercules

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More than 15 percent of the approximately 2,350 Lockheed C-130 Hercules production hulls have been lost, including 70 by the US Air Force and the United States Marine Corps during the Vietnam War.wikipedia
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Tengah Air Base

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September 3, 1964: C-130B T-1307 of the Indonesian Air Force and operated by 31 Squadron crashed into the Straits of Malacca whilst evading interception by a Royal Air Force Javelin FAW.9 of 60 Squadron from RAF Tengah. This was the first non-U.S. Hercules hull loss.
On 3 September 1964, an Indonesian Air Force C-130 Hercules crashed into the Straits of Malacca while trying to evade interception by a Javelin FAW.9 of No 60 Squadron.

2014 Algerian Air Force C-130 crash

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February 11, 2014: Algerian Air Force C-130 7T-WHM crashed in a mountainous area en route to Constantine, killing all but 1 of the 4 crew and 74 passengers on board.
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1994 Iranian Air Force C-130 shootdown

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March 17, 1994: C-130H 5-8521 of the IRIAF was shot down by Armenian rebels, three kilometers north of Stepanakert, in Nagorno-Karabakh, on flight from Moscow to Tehran. The 32 people (19 women and children and 13 crew) on board were killed in the crash.
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2015 Sumatra Indonesian Air Force C-130 crash

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June 30, 2015: KC-130B A-1310 of the Indonesian Air Force (31 Squadron) with over 110 people on board crashed into a residential area in Medan, Indonesia shortly after leaving Soewondo Air Force Base. All on-board were killed, and more on the ground.
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2011 Royal Moroccan Air Force C-130 crash

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July 26, 2011: C-130H CNA-OQ of the Royal Moroccan Air Force crashed in southern Morocco, in a mountainous area near the city of Guelmim with 78 fatalities.
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Sardeh Band Dam

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June 12, 2002: MC-130H Combat Talon II 84-0875 of the USAF (15th Special Operations Squadron) crashed at Sardeh Band Airport near Band E Sardeh Dam in Afghanistan.
The plane impacted the ground and crashed in a barren area, 2.5 nautical miles from the airstrip.

2002 United States airtanker crashes

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June 17, 2002: C-130A N130HP of Hawkins & Powers Aviation crashed while fighting a fire in northern California, the starboard wing of the aircraft came off as the centre wing box failed during a pull-out from a drop near Walker, California, followed less than a second later by the port wing. It rolled inverted and crashed into the forest, killing all three crew. This second C-130A fire fighting crash, coupled with the loss of a PB4Y-2 at Estes Park, Colorado on July 18, 2002, resulted in the U.S. Department of the Interior canceling its contract for all heavy tankers. (See 2002 airtanker crashes)
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Sardeh Band Airport

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June 12, 2002: MC-130H Combat Talon II 84-0875 of the USAF (15th Special Operations Squadron) crashed at Sardeh Band Airport near Band E Sardeh Dam in Afghanistan.
The plane impacted the ground and crashed in a barren area, 2.5 NM from the airstrip.

United States Marine Corps

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More than 15 percent of the approximately 2,350 Lockheed C-130 Hercules production hulls have been lost, including 70 by the US Air Force and the United States Marine Corps during the Vietnam War.

Vietnam War

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More than 15 percent of the approximately 2,350 Lockheed C-130 Hercules production hulls have been lost, including 70 by the US Air Force and the United States Marine Corps during the Vietnam War.

United States Air Force

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United States Air Force Hercules (A/B/E-models), as of 1989, had an overall attrition rate of 5 percent as compared to 1 to 2 percent for commercial airliners in the U.S., according to the NTSB, 10 percent for B-52 bombers, and 20 percent for fighters (F-4, F-111), trainers (T-37, T-38), and helicopters (H-3).

National Transportation Safety Board

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United States Air Force Hercules (A/B/E-models), as of 1989, had an overall attrition rate of 5 percent as compared to 1 to 2 percent for commercial airliners in the U.S., according to the NTSB, 10 percent for B-52 bombers, and 20 percent for fighters (F-4, F-111), trainers (T-37, T-38), and helicopters (H-3).

Boeing B-52 Stratofortress

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United States Air Force Hercules (A/B/E-models), as of 1989, had an overall attrition rate of 5 percent as compared to 1 to 2 percent for commercial airliners in the U.S., according to the NTSB, 10 percent for B-52 bombers, and 20 percent for fighters (F-4, F-111), trainers (T-37, T-38), and helicopters (H-3).

McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II

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United States Air Force Hercules (A/B/E-models), as of 1989, had an overall attrition rate of 5 percent as compared to 1 to 2 percent for commercial airliners in the U.S., according to the NTSB, 10 percent for B-52 bombers, and 20 percent for fighters (F-4, F-111), trainers (T-37, T-38), and helicopters (H-3).

General Dynamics F-111 Aardvark

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United States Air Force Hercules (A/B/E-models), as of 1989, had an overall attrition rate of 5 percent as compared to 1 to 2 percent for commercial airliners in the U.S., according to the NTSB, 10 percent for B-52 bombers, and 20 percent for fighters (F-4, F-111), trainers (T-37, T-38), and helicopters (H-3).

Cessna T-37 Tweet

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United States Air Force Hercules (A/B/E-models), as of 1989, had an overall attrition rate of 5 percent as compared to 1 to 2 percent for commercial airliners in the U.S., according to the NTSB, 10 percent for B-52 bombers, and 20 percent for fighters (F-4, F-111), trainers (T-37, T-38), and helicopters (H-3).

Northrop T-38 Talon

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United States Air Force Hercules (A/B/E-models), as of 1989, had an overall attrition rate of 5 percent as compared to 1 to 2 percent for commercial airliners in the U.S., according to the NTSB, 10 percent for B-52 bombers, and 20 percent for fighters (F-4, F-111), trainers (T-37, T-38), and helicopters (H-3).

Sikorsky SH-3 Sea King

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United States Air Force Hercules (A/B/E-models), as of 1989, had an overall attrition rate of 5 percent as compared to 1 to 2 percent for commercial airliners in the U.S., according to the NTSB, 10 percent for B-52 bombers, and 20 percent for fighters (F-4, F-111), trainers (T-37, T-38), and helicopters (H-3).

Air Force Armament Museum

Production Hercules have all been built at the Lockheed-Marietta, Georgia plant, and began their c/ns at 3001 (USAF 53-3129, still extant at the Air Force Armament Museum).

Robins Air Force Base

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The first prototype, c/n 1001, was disassembled at Warner Robins AFB in October 1960.

Indianapolis

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The second prototype, c/n 1002, was salvaged at Indianapolis, Indiana in April 1962.

Lars Olausson

(Lars Olausson, Lockheed Hercules Production List, 1954–2008, April 2007, page 2.) There have been a small number of c/ns assigned to airframes on order that were not built for various reasons.
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VMGR-352

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USMC KC-130J BuNo 167111, c/n 5580, delivered December 2006 to VMGR-352, is the 2,300th Hercules.

Air Algérie

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August 1, 1989: L-100-30 7T-VHK of Air Algérie damaged when it skidded off runway while landing at Tamanrasset, written off.

Tamanrasset

August 1, 1989: L-100-30 7T-VHK of Air Algérie damaged when it skidded off runway while landing at Tamanrasset, written off.