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Lockheed C-130 Hercules (N130FF) - Tanker 131 flexing out of Boise for a few runs. Full quality photo --> <a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.airliners.net/photo/Coulson-Flying-Tankers/Lockheed-C-130Q-AT-Hercules-L-382/5146055">https://www.airliners.net/photo/Coulson-Flying-Tankers/Lockheed-C-130Q-AT-Hercules-L-382/5146055</a>
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Lockheed C-130 Hercules (N130FF)

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Tanker 131 flexing out of Boise for a few runs. Full quality photo --> https://www.airliners.net/photo/Coulson-Flying-Tankers/Lockheed-C-130Q-AT-Hercules-L-382/5146055

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Leon Kay
Thank you for a good photo of a C-130 in very nice livery.
Captaindl
Excellent photo, however, I live in the forest and was interested in finding out about Coulson. Great website, lots of information on new technology in firefighting. Thanks for the photo it lead me to some super information
Don Lynch
Good shot.
Fabian Dirscherl
great shot
jet4ang
We need more of these for sure! Especially after this summer out West. Actually, anything air tanker related will do. We've had smoke in the area for nearly two months now with the largest fires still burning in Cal.
chalet
Nice and surprising picture because C-130s were forbidden to act as tankers when one of them had a disastrous accident a few years ago: the two wings folded when making a run. Can anyone shed some light as to what prompted the return of this fabulous aircraft to firefighting missions.
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