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A U.S. Air Force Lockheed C-130H Hercules (s/n 96-1005) from the 109th Airlift Squadron, 133rd Airlift Wing, Minnesota Air National Guard, taxis into position for recovery at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International airport on July 11, 2010 after returning from a tour in Afghanistan. The military cargo aircraft and about twenty Airmen are the first in a series of returns during July for the 133rd Airlift Wing in 2010. USAF official photo by Senior Master Sgt. Mark Moss via Wikimedia Commons.


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2 thoughts on “Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport/133rd Air National Guard

  1. Great facility, especially the USAF BOQ which is wonderful. It is a bit tricky to find because it is behind the Minneapolis Airport. I would call it a hidden jewel.

  2. My wife and I had a thoroughly enjoyable trip to Nashville recently to celebrate our anniversary. Nice facility and the long term parking is a small hike, about 3-4 blocks. Nice staff with lots of good information. We were transported by van to and from the C-130 at each end of our trip. The Hercules crew was rigging up for a mission in Tennessee on the way down, so we were kept busy watching them work for almost the entire trip. Nashville was a blast and the local NFL team had a preseason game the night we left so the whole town was Party Central, especially downtown on Broadway. Don’t miss the Batman Building and the Naked Statues in the round-about that occasionally are fitted with diapers by the local churches during the dark-of-night. Our Hop-on Hop-off bus driver explained that Nashville was the “buckle” of the Bible Belt.

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