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    OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM HOMECOMING. This shot is posted for those naysayers who claim the Tomcat has not made history. This airframe was SARDIP/Destroyed at Oceana and stricken 11 January 2005.

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tempest1944   2012-01-29  
oooh it made history, yes....but not in combat. It never flew against any air force who's pilots were of equal calibre. Iraq and Libya hardly count.

YIFLY   2012-01-30  
I guess the Tomcat's "lack" of lethality explains why they were cut into tiny pieces faster than any other modern US designed aircraft.

YIFLY   2012-01-30  
Josh, I'll be certain to let the Tomcat community know, that in your humble opinion, they were not flying combat missions. LOL! BTW, there are no non-NATO pilots of equal caliber.

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