Set of three (3) prints featuring the C-130H Hercules of 36 Squadron that were the first deployed within the Middle East under Operation Bastille and Falconer
These were the first RAAF Lockheed C-130 Hercules deployed to the Middle East Area of Operations (MEAO) during the early period of Australia’s contribution to enforce UN sanctions against Iraq under Operation Bastille and Operation Falconer. The three 36 Squadron C-130H Hercules are depicted performing the missions they flew in operations over Iraq during 2003.
– A97-009 Call sign ‘Mongrel 32′: Depicted undertaking an airdrop, Western Iraq, 11 April 2003
– A97-012, Call sign ‘Mambo 32’: Unloading an SAS vehicle during the workup period near Al Asad Air Base, Iraq, 14 March 2003
– A97-010 Call sign ‘Mambo 34’: Shown airborne in the configuration flown during daytime missions in support of Australian Special Forces
Lithographic Artprint (P0009-1)
Set of three prints depicting the first RAF C-130 Hercules in the Middle East under Operation Bastille/Falconer.
Prints may also be purchased individually.
Suitable for framing, these high-quality A3 size (297x420mm; 11.7×16.5in) prints are produced on sturdy 320gsm white card.
The prints are protected in an individual clear plastic sleeve and delivered flat packed.