United States Coast Guard HC-130H

The HC-130J fleet carries out traditional missions including search and rescue, cargo and personnel transport, law enforcement and international ice patrol.

Characteristics
Length: 99 feet, 7 inches
Wingspan: 132 feet 7inches
Height: 38 feet 11 inches
Maximum Weight: 155,000 pounds
Cruise Speed: 320 knots true airspeed
Range: 4,900 nautical miles
Endurance: 20+ hours
Features
Standardized Minotaur mission system across all Coast Guard fixed-wing aircraft (under development)
Real-time tracking and Rescue 21 integration to enhance common operating picture and maritime domain awareness
Advanced radar and electro-optical/infrared sensors for search and rescue, law enforcement and intelligence gathering missions; the Coast Guard’s Super Hercules is the first HC-130 aircraft in the world with a 360-degree, belly-mounted, multimode surface search radar
Commonality of command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance components and capabilities with those on the Coast Guard’s medium range surveillance aircraft