downsizer wrote:Surprised there hasn't been a mention but 2 Js being sold to Bangladesh.
A deal worth £110 million has been struck with Marshall Aerospace and Defence Group for work on the Hercules C-130J aircraft to ensure it can continue supporting British forces around the world.
The work will extend the aircraft’s out-of-service date to 2035 and sustain 330 jobs in Cambridge.
MRCA wrote:Not quite step by step but it will give you an idea of what they will do on a c130 cwb replacement program
Smokey wrote:1x Allen key, some elbow grease and a BFO hoist
Smokey wrote:Bahrain has purchased a couple of ex-RAF C130J's
http://www.janes.com/article/73437/bahr ... af-c-130js
dmereifield wrote: anyone know a likely ball park figure?
Pongoglo wrote:"The RAF’s 10 C-130J C5 aircraft are being retired early, but 14 more heavily used, shorter-body C4 variants are being retained and upgraded.
Timmymagic wrote:Janes is (depressingly) wrong.
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