The all-but-obsolete C-130H is a symbol of the ridiculous situation lawmakers put Air Force leaders in. Those leaders, under intense pressure to slash $10.8 billion this year under sequestration, have cut thousands of airmen and grounded squadrons because they donít have enough money for flying hours.

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