Just curious if any other C-130 guys have successfully flown the HI-ILS at Roswell, N.M. (KROW), aka. the "widow maker". I tried it today (clear and a million VMC) and COULD NOT get down in time. It requires descending 7,000 ft in 5 miles...we starting fully configured with 100% flaps at threshold speed and still could not get down to the 8000 ft or below by the arc. I figured we would need at least 3,500 on the VVI to make it down but the most we could get before hitting the max 100 flaps speed of 145 knots was 2,500 VVI. If you've done it...tell me how! I know it seems strange asking about a particular approach but to anyone who has flown this...you know what I'm talking about!