Quartet of Hercules planes fly low one after the other and stick to the mountain

Quartet of Hercules planes fly low one after the other and stick to the mountain

Beautiful images of Hercules special aircraft were captured in the British countryside, showing the harmony of the MC130 flight.

Quartet of Hercules planes fly low one after the otherYou can see an excerpt from the video below

The MC130 is the USAF special operations version of the legendary C130 Hercules, equipped with multiple cameras, sensors and radios in support of ground forces such as Rangers, Navy Seals, Delta Force and the Green Berets.

Another distinguishing feature of the MC130 is its ability to land on shorter runways than the traditional Hercules, putting the focus squarely on meeting the needs of special operations. This version also includes the Airborne Refueling Probe, which is often used to support Army Helicopters on special missions.

Four of these aircraft, the latest version, the MC130J Commando II, have been spotted flying in the Mach Loop Area, a mountainous region near the St. This area offers ample space for aircraft to fly from one mountain to another, and is widely used by the United States Air Force (USAF) and Royal Air Force (RAF) in training, including fighter jets.

For the first time four MC130J’s were captured flying together in this area in a great video which can be seen below: