Lockheed Martin had the opportunity to welcome Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan to “Hercules Country” on Nov. 4.

During his visit, the Duncan toured the C-130J Super Hercules production line.

Generations of Georgians have built every production C-130 aircraft in Marietta, which recently surpassed 2,600 deliveries last month. The C-130J is the current Hercules production model and is the airlifter of choice for 20 nations around the world.

Duncan logged some time behind a C-130J yoke as he “flew” a Super Hercules training simulator. He also visited the site’s F-35 Center Wing production line.

Hosting Duncan’s visit was Rod McLean, vice president and general manager of Lockheed Martin’s Air Mobility & Maritime Missions line of business and Marietta site general manager.

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