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|Could belong to the here based 1st Special Operations Wing, which is equipped with AC-130U Spooky Gunship, MC-130H Combat Talon II, AC-130 and MC-130.||10/03/2009||521|
|Home of the USAF 100th Air Refuelling Wing and Special Operations Units. Aircraft assigned include the KC135R Stratotanker and the MC-130 Hercules (Combat Talon and Combat Shadow). A large number of KC135s can be seen dispersed around the airfield. An E3A Sentry shares a western dispersal and a C141 and C17 are on the northern transport ramp.||10/01/2005||580|
|Maybe someone knows what this construction is for. It's located at Kirtland Air Force Base in the south of Albuquerque, New Mexico. This AFB includes laboratories and ranges to develope and test new weapons. It's also the biggest underground storage in the world for nuclear warheads.||10/31/2005||1,406|
|Kirtland Underground Munitions Storage Complex (KUMSC)|
This is the biggest underground storage for nuclear weapons in the world. More than 3,000 warheads are stored there. If you zoom in, you can see many gates which lead to the storage complex in the mountain range. And you can also see that the complete area is fenced around several times on a broad stripe.
|The Lockheed C-130H Hercules,(number) 1623, from the Royal Saudi Air Force, stationed at RAF Warton, home of the British Aerospace Aviation division. ||05/01/2007||344|
|Aircraft is shown in compact storage configuration.|
The Air Force's first operational CV-22 Osprey was delivered to the 58th Special Operations Wing (58th SOW) at Kirtland Air Force Base, New Mexico on 20 March 2006. This and subsequent aircraft will become part of the 58th SOW's fleet of aircraft used for training pilots and crew members for special operations use.
|This aircraft stationed here in Albuquerque is used as a fire practice plane.||07/04/2006||475|
|The file shows all Conus Air Combat Command Bases with links to units web sites. A must for Air Maniacs||11/22/2006||646|
|They belong to the USCG (United States Coast Guard).||04/27/2007||382|
|A Lockheed C-130H Hercules from the ROKAF is taking off from Seoul Air Base.||08/09/2009||602|
|Japan started the war with 63 ocean-going submarines (i.e., not including midgets), and completed 111 during the war, for a total of 174. However, three-quarters of these (128 boats) were lost during the conflict, a proportion of loss similar that experienced by Germany's U-Boats. Most of the surviving boats were either dedicated to training roles or were recently completed and never saw combat...||08/10/2006||1,110|
|A Lockheed HC-130H Hercules (L-382) from the US Coast Guard take off from the St. Petersburg/Clearwater International Airport. ||09/13/2008||844|