THE COAST GUARD accepted its eighth missionized HC-130J long-range surveillance aircraft at Lockheed Martin’s Greenville, South Carolina, facility on December 12. Although the aircraft was accepted in March 2015, it was flown from the manufacturer’s Marietta, Georgia, plant to Greenville where the missionization was carried out. That process installed Coast Guardspecific integrated radar, sensor and communications systems.

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