- International Business TimesOct 01 11:06 PM
The Taliban on Friday claimed responsibility for an American C- 130 military transport plane crash at the Jalalabad Airport in eastern Afghanistan that killed at least 11 people, including six U.S. soldiers. NATO, however, has not confirmed the cause of the crash and the Taliban is known for making exaggerated battlefield claims. The C- 130 is a four-propeller transport aircraft, manufactured by...
- Business Wire via Yahoo! FinanceOct 08 06:00 AM
L-3 Communications announced today that it has been competitively awarded a $30 million contract from the U.S. Coast Guard to missionize two C-130J aircraft using a next-generation mission system suite.
- UPIOct 09 11:49 AM
Richard Tomkins NEW YORK, Oct. 9 (UPI) -- L-3 Communications has received a contract from the U.S. Coast Guard to install next-generation mission suites on C-130J aircraft.
- NBC NEWSOct 01 02:55 PM
Six U.S. service members and 5 civilian contractors were on board the plane and died in the crash, and 2 Afghan civilians were killed on the ground.
- New York TimesSep 30 05:40 PM
A C-130 transport plane crashed in eastern Afghanistan, killing more than a dozen people, including Afghan civilians, an American military official said.
- Chicago TribuneOct 02 06:51 PM
An airman from Wisconsin was among the 11 people killed when a U.S. Air Force military transport crashed at a base in Afghanistan, his sister said Friday. Senior Airman Quinn Johnson-Harris, 21, was a 2012 graduate of Homestead High School in the Milwaukee suburb of Mequon. His sister, Fa-tia Johnson,...
- UPIOct 02 08:18 AM
Ryan Maass JALALABAD, Afghanistan, Oct. 2 (UPI) -- U.S. officials have refuted the Taliban's claim of responsibility for the C-130 crash that killed 11 at the Jalalabad Airport in Afghanistan on Friday.
- Channel NewsAsiaOct 01 09:22 PM
The Taliban have claimed responsibility for the crashed US C-130 military plane which went down in Jalalabad on Friday.
- Daily TelegraphOct 01 04:27 PM
Officials say C-130 came down at Jalalabad airport in the east of the country but that there was no hostile activity in the area at the time
- CNNOct 03 12:50 PM
Eleven people were killed when a U.S. C-130 plane crashed in Afghanistan early Friday morning, a U.S. defense official said.