KC-130 While in Flight

An impressive, if somewhat dated photo:

Aerial Photography of Two United States Marine Corps KC-130 Hercules Aircraft, Assigned to Marine Aerial Refueler-Transport Squadron Two Thirty Four (VMGR-234), Firing Flares That Are Used for Protection Against an Attack by Surface-to-Air Missiles During Operation Iraqi Freedom, September 4, 2003 Al Jumhuriyah al Iraqiyah — Republic of Iraq
Marine Corps KC-130 Hercules Aircraft, Assigned to Marine Aerial Refueler-Transport Squadron Two Thirty Four (VMGR-234), Firing Flares That Are Used for Protection Against an Attack by Surface-to-Air Missiles During Operation Iraqi Freedom, September 4, 2003 Al Jumhuriyah al Iraqiyah — Republic of Iraq

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