Air Force grounds 30 C-130Es because of wing cracks

The Air Force grounded 30 aging Lockheed Martin C-130E cargo jets because of cracks in the planes' wing structure. A Lockheed spokesman said the planes were built in the 1960s and 1970s. The Air Force is reconsidering a plan to end production of the C-130J, a modern version of the grounded planes.

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