C-130 Hercules

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The NASA Goddard Space Flight Center’s (GSFC) Wallops Flight Facility (WFF) Aircraft Office operates a NASA C-130H Hercules (N436NA) research/cargo aircraft to support airborne scientific research activities and movement of NASA cargo. The C-130H is used to perform scientific research, provide logistics support on an as-needed basis to other NASA missions, and can be used as a technology test bed for new airborne and satellite instrumentation. The aircraft is also available to support range surveillance and recovery operations as needed. The C-130H is a self-sufficient aircraft that can operate from short field civilian and military airports to remote areas of the world in support of scientific studies and other operations. The C-130H is a four-engine turboprop aircraft designed for maximum payload capacity.

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