More Details on C-130 Plan

Little Rock AFB, Ark, will receive eight Air National Guard C-130 airlifters and 10 Air Force Reserve Command C-130s on a temporary basis to establish a C-130 formal training unit, according to the Air Force’s proposed force structure realignments for Fiscal 2011, issued Tuesday. The seven ANG units sending aircraft are: the 109th Airlift Wing in Schenectady, N.Y. (one aircraft); 136th AW at NAS JRB Fort Worth, Tex. (one); 139th AW at Rosecrans, Mo. (two); 152nd AW in Reno, Nev. (one); 153rd AW in Cheyenne, Wyo. (one); 165th AW in Savannah, Ga. (one); and 166th AW in New Castle, Del. (one). The AFRC wings involved are: the 94th AW at Dobbins ARB, Ga. (one); 440th AW at Pope AFB, N.C. (four); 908th AW at Maxwell AFB, Ala. (one); 910th AW in Youngstown, Ohio (two); 911th AW in Pittsburgh, Pa. (one); and 914th AW in Niagara Falls, N.Y. (one). (Fiscal 2011 force structure announcement and briefing charts, caution large file.)