USAF Reserve Would Use C-130Js for Firefighting, Spraying, General Says

Credit: MAFFS firefighting C-130H at Peterson AFB, Colorado: James Drew
If the U.S. Air Force Reserve were to request more J-model C-130s, it would likely assign them to its dual-role aerial firefighting and spraying squadrons, according to the outgoing head of the Reserve, Lt. Gen. James Jackson. The Reserve also is pursuing fuel control module upgrades and eight-blade...

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