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South Korea Takes In 2 Lockheed C-130J Airlifters

ROKAFDeliveryTaxiLockheed Martin has delivered two C-130J airlifters to the South Korean air force as the country seeks to complement its existing fleet of C-130H aircraft.

The company said Tuesday that it will also provide the country’s aircrews with a two-year support program that includes maintenance training for the C-130J Super Hercules.

The aircraft were presented last week in a ceremony at the company’s production facility in Marietta, Ga.

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