Marines Begin Search for KC-130J Pilots

By Thomas Duffy / December 20, 2000 at 5:00 AM
The Marine Corps has put a call out to pilots of KC-130 aerial refueling aircraft, urging them to apply to fly its replacement, the KC-130J. In a message sent out today, Marine Corps Commandant Gen. James Jones announced a training program to convert KC-130 pilots to KC-130J pilots. "The deputy commandant of aviation is seeking motivated KC-130 pilots who want the challenge of flying a new aircraft, the KC-130J," the message states. "While similar in outward appearance, the KC-130J is...

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