Crew members touted the advances in the newest model of the Air Force`s primary cargo hauler yesterday as the first one delivered to Little Rock Air Force Base was officially accepted into service. The C-130-J "Super Hercules" joined the base`s fleet in an afternoon ceremony attended by military brass, contractor representatives and politicians. Also present were the men and women who will teach others how to fly and maintain the modernized behemoth. carrying more cargo, and can do it with a smaller crew." The Jacksonville base is the Air Force`s center for training on the C130 series of aircraft, including the older H and E models. The Super Hercules at the base arrived about three weeks ago; officials hope to have seven at the base by December 2005. Before the ceremony, base officials provided tours of the campus-like facilities being built to accommodate J-model training. The centerpiece is the nine (m) million dollar Lockheed Martin C-130-J Maintenance and Aircrew Training System facility, which houses an advanced cockpit simulator.