Fly By Wire Aviation shows the T.10-03, preserved at the Air Museum

The fuselage of a Spanish C-130H Hercules shown very closely and in detail

With more than 2,200 units built, the Lockheed C-130 Hercules is one of the most widespread tactical transport aircraft in the world.

A walk through the interior of the Spanish C-130H Hercules of the Cuatro Vientos Air Museum
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Between December 1973 and December 2020, the Spanish Air Force operated 12 C-130s in its 31st Wing: six C-130H and one C-130H-30 in the 311 Squadron, and five KC-130H tankers in 312 Squadron. One of those aircraft, the T.10-03 (31-03), is currently in the Cuatro Vientos Air Museum, Madrid, where it arrived on March 23, 2023. This plane arrived to Spain on March 12, 1974 and made its last flight on December 29, 2020.

The T.10-03 (31-03) arriving at Cuatro Vientos Aerodrome on December 29, 2020, on its last flight (Photo: Museo de Aeronáutica y Astronáutica).

A few days ago we saw a series of photos and a video of this plane, taken by Fly By Wire Aviation. This YouTube channel published today a new video of this plane in which it shows its fuselage very closely, indicating every detail that we can see (in Spanish and English). It is, perhaps, the most detailed video I have seen of a C-130 so far:

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