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Continued From Previous Page C-130E: 19,000 feet (5,846 meters) with 42,000 pounds (19,090 kilograms) payload Maximum Takeoff Weight: C-130E/H/J: 155,000 pounds (69,750 kilograms) C-130J-30: 164,000 pounds (74,393 kilograms) Maximum Allowable Payload: C-130E, 42,000 pounds (19,090 kilograms) C-130H, 42,000 pounds (19,090 kilograms) C-130J, 42,000 pounds (19,090 kilograms) C-130J-30, 44,000 (19,958 kilograms) Maximum Normal Payload: C-130E, 36,500 pounds (16,590 kilograms) C-130H, 36,500 pounds (16,590 kilograms) C-130J, 34,000 pounds (15,422 kilograms) C-130J-30, 36,000 pounds (16,329 kilograms) Range at Maximum Normal Payload: C-130E, 1,150 miles (1,000 nautical miles) C-130H, 1,208 miles (1,050 nautical miles) C-130J, 2,071 miles (1,800 nautical miles) C-130J-30, 1,956 miles (1,700 nautical miles) Range with 35,000 pounds of Payload: C-130E, 1,438 miles (1,250 nautical miles) C-130H, 1,496 miles (1,300 nautical miles) C-130J, 1,841 miles (1,600 nautical miles) C-130J-30, 2,417 miles (2,100 nautical miles) Maximum Load: C-130E/H/J: 6 pallets or 74 litters or 16 CDS bundles or 92 combat troops or 64 paratroopers, or a combination of any of these up to the cargo compartment capacity or maximum allowable weight. C-130J-30: 8 pallets or 97 litters or 24 CDS bundles or 128 combat troops or 92 paratroopers, or a combination of any of these up to the cargo compartment capacity or maximum allowable weight. Crew: C-130E/H: Five (two pilots, navigator, flight engineer and loadmaster) C-130J/J-30: Three (two pilots and loadmaster) Aeromedical Evacuation Role: A basic crew of five (two flight nurses and three medical technicians) is added for aeromedical evacuation missions. Medical crew may be decreased or increased as required by the needs of patients. Unit Cost: C-130E, $11.9, C-130H, $30.1, C-130J, $48.5 (FY 1998 constant dollars in millions) Date Deployed: C-130A, Dec 1956; C-130B, May 1959; C-130E, Aug 1962; C- 130H, Jun 1974; C-130J, Feb 1999 Inventory: Active force, 145; Air National Guard, 181; Air Force Reserve, 102