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    KC-130J Harvest Hawk takes on new role in Afghanistan [Image 1 of 4]

    KC-130J Harvest Hawk takes on new role in Afghanistan

    FORWARD OPERATING BASE DWYER, AFGHANISTAN

    11.12.2010

    Photo by Sgt. Deanne Hurla 

    Marine Corps Air Station Miramar

    The first and only KC-130J "Harvest Hawk" in Afghanistan sits on the flightline at Forward Operating Base Dwyer for routine maintenance. The Harvest Hawk, which is a 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing (Forward) asset, has only been in country since October, but has already detected three improvised explosive devices and fired one GPS guided Hellfire. The battle damage assessment was five enemy forces killed in action and no civilian causalities. The aircraft carries four Hellfire and 10 Griffen GPS guided missiles, and houses an infrared and television camera. Its mission is to provide close air support, conduct intelligence surveillance and reconnaissance missions, and find IEDs.

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    IMAGE INFO

    Date Taken: 11.12.2010
    Date Posted: 11.17.2010 08:05
    Photo ID: 340852
    VIRIN: 101114-M-#####-002
    Resolution: 2400x1600
    Size: 300.79 KB
    Location: FORWARD OPERATING BASE DWYER, AF 

    Web Views: 1,430
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