Something you don't see everyday: a C-130 cruising down the street

Published by the Little Rock Air Force Base Facebook account the following picture shows a local C-130 being moved to be a static display in front of the base education center.

The Hercules was taken apart, transported and put back together by airmen of the 19th CES (Civil Engineering Squadron), CMS (Component Maintenance Squadron), AMXS (Aircraft Maintenance Squadron) and EMS (quipment Maintenance Squadron).

Image credit: Little Rock Air Force Base/U.S. Air Force

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