On display aboard USS Intrepid. This Demon is from VF-41 'Black Aces' flying off USS Independence. VF-41 flew the Demon from 1957-62, having embarked once on USS Intrepid. The squadron moved from this all-weather missile fighter to the F-4B Phantom II.
On display aboard USS Intrepid. This immaculately restored Fury is in the colors of VF-33 'Tarsiers' that flew from USS Intrepid. The squadron took part in NATO exercise Operation Strikeback from the carrier in 1957.
On display aboard USS Intrepid with New York's skyline in the background. This Kfir was used by VMFT-401 'Snipers' from 1987 to 1989 to provide dissimilar air combat training. VMFT-401 is the only adversary squadron in the United States Marine Corps.
This Crusader is painted to represent Lt. Toni Nargi's aircraft from USS Intrepid that was credited with a missile kill of a North Vietnamese MiG-21 on Sept. 19, 1968. VF-111 'Sundowners' was deployed aboard USS Intrepid during Operation Rolling Thunder.
Skyhawk in the colors of VA-22 on the flightdeck of Intrepid Sea/Air and Space Museum. Now with new paintjob as AK-512 of VA-95 in the hangar deck as only aircraft in the collection that actually operated from Intrepid Carrier.
Nice Lineup on Intrepid Sea/Air and Space Museum. Vigilante still in RVAH-3 markings, changed colorsheme due its new home at Empire State Aerosciences Museum, Schenectady County Airport in the town of Glenville, NY
Cracked its main wing spar at a barrier crash in 1982, this Original F-4B (early series) Phantom received another paintjob and is shown nowadays as Marine squadron VMF-323 NK-101 during the failed Iranian hostage rescue mission of April 24, 1980.