Refueling War - Photographs from Shannon Airport, June 13th

  • Posted on: 14 June 2020
  • By: shannonwatch

This morning Shannonwatch were back at Shannon Airport to photograph two US Air Force Hercules C130J warplanes. They arrived from Ramstein US air base in Germany about 10am. One of them seemed to be undergoing some repairs and they took off again heading towards the USA about 12.30pm. Their registration numbers are 75876 and 86206.


The two warplanes arrived from over Azerbaijan and Turkmenistan, most likely coming from Afghanistan.

If you take a close look at the first photo it is possible to see a pallet at the back door of the Hercules C130J. It looks like a stack of bricks, but we doubt if the US air force are transporting bricks around the world. 


It is also worth noting that these war planes being protected by An Garda Siochana, our Guardians of the Peace, failing to guard peace and cooperating with those who are destroying it and killing innocent people.

Irish company Top Oil are also ccontinuing to profit from the US miliatry landings. Still refueling war despite the restrictions on civilian travel.