Check Out the View from the Cockpit as This C130H Flies Low and Fast

By: | June 27th, 2014

The video below features unbelievable footage of training operations for the United States Air Force’s 36th Airlift Squadron, Yokota airbase Japan.

Low-level flying is a common training exercise, as this experience is intricate in airdrops and search and rescue missions. The neat thing about the video is that we get an inside look at a C-130H flying low and fast through the mountains of Alaska, a very big cargo aircraft generally used for special operations.

We often get a chance to watch the fastest jets our military has to offer but very rarely do we get an inside look at low level flying from the larger aircraft:

Marshall Smith

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