An American Hercules aircraft entered the service of the Romanian Air Force, free of charge

An American Hercules aircraft entered the service of the Romanian Air Force, free of charge

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A C-130H2 Hercules military transport aircraft entered, free of charge, the service of the Romanian Air Force, through the Excess Defense Articles Program, which allows the US to transfer excess military equipment to friendly and allied countries at low or no cost, the Ministry of National Defence (MApN) informed in a press release sent to AGERPRES on Friday. CE Report quoting Agerpres

The delivery of the C-130H2 Hercules aircraft took place on September 15, and between September 17 and 29, the US Mobile Training Team conducted training at the 90 Air Transport Base together with the Romanian crew, to familiarize them with the new equipment on board the aircraft, MApN states.

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