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Doug Zalud
Actually, it should be written 166765. No dashes like AF aircraft. It is almost literally the actual number of Navy aircraft that have been manufactured since the beginning.

Nice shot.
From Joe Baugher's published information on this Marine KC-135J, USN BuNo 166765...

"Lockheed Martin KC-130J Hercules, MSN 5565, 166765 with VMGR-352 at MCAS Miramar".

Terry Welshans
An F-35B collided with KC-130J 166765 during a mid-air refuelling operation over southern California, around 16:00 hrs (local time) on 29 September 2020.

The KC-130J was able to make an emergency landing, all eight crew members survived. The F-35B pilot is reported to have slight injuries and is being treated.

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