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Photo ID 90683 by David F. Brown. USA Navy Grumman F 14A Tomcat, 161855
Photo ID: 90683
SARDIP/Destroyed NADEP Jacksonville, 31 March 2004.
Photo ID 89164 by Peter Boschert. USA Navy Grumman F 14B Tomcat, 162916
Photo ID: 89164
CAG-BIRD VFA-32 "SWORDSMEN", scanned from slide.
Photo ID 89014 by Peter Boschert. USA Navy Grumman F 14B Tomcat, 162916
Photo ID: 89014
Scanned from slide.
Photo ID 88973 by Peter Boschert. USA Navy Grumman F 14B Tomcat, 162916
Photo ID: 88973
Scanned from slide.
Photo ID 74944 by David F. Brown. USA Navy Grumman F 14B Tomcat, 162916
Photo ID: 74944
The Swordsman return from their final Tomcat cruise.
Photo ID 65287 by David F. Brown. USA Navy Grumman F 14B Tomcat, 162916
Photo ID: 65287
Photo ID 64440 by David F. Brown. USA Navy Grumman F 14A Tomcat, 162700
Photo ID: 64440
OPERATION DESERT STORM Homecoming. Don't adjust your monitor, this Tomcat really is half blue and half gray.
Photo ID 61644 by Rob Hendriks. USA Navy Grumman F 14B Tomcat, 162916
Photo ID 61533 by Rob Hendriks. USA Navy Grumman F 14B Tomcat, 162916
Photo ID 61124 by Peter Boschert. USA Navy Boeing F A 18F Super Hornet, 166661
Photo ID: 61124
OnBoard USS Harry S. Truman CVN-75
Photo ID 59723 by David F. Brown. USA Navy Grumman F 14B Tomcat, 162916
Photo ID: 59723
This F-14 is one of the best displayed and well cared for Tomcats in the USA. No coincidence it resides a few miles from my home.
Photo ID 58617 by Henk Schuitemaker. USA Navy Grumman F 14A Tomcat, 160687
Photo ID: 58617
VF-14 "Tophatters"
Photo ID 52845 by David F. Brown. USA Navy Grumman F 14A Tomcat, 162700
Photo ID 47862 by David F. Brown. USA Navy Grumman F 14A Tomcat, 159023
Photo ID 47724 by David F. Brown. USA Navy Grumman F 14B Tomcat, 162916
Photo ID 47669 by David F. Brown. USA Navy Grumman F 14B Tomcat, 162916
Photo ID: 47669
Note the load-out of four live AIM-54Cs. On January 14th, 2004, VF-32 became the only 'operational' Tomcat squadron to launch four live Phoenix against aerial targets on a single sortie.
Photo ID 47668 by David F. Brown. USA Navy Grumman F 14B Tomcat, 162916
Photo ID: 47668
This Tomcat is currently displayed near my home at the VFW in East Berlin, Pennsylvania.
Photo ID 47502 by David F. Brown. USA Navy Boeing F A 18F Super Hornet, 166661
Photo ID 43248 by Jonathan Derden - Jetwash Images. USA Navy Boeing F A 18F Super Hornet, 166661
Photo ID: 43248
VFA-32 Swordsmen CAG resting a frigid ramp
Photo ID 39701 by Jonathan Derden - Jetwash Images. USA Navy Boeing F A 18F Super Hornet, 166661
Photo ID: 39701
VFA-32 "Swordsmen" taxies out with some live gifts for the range...
Photo ID 34287 by David F. Brown. USA Navy Boeing F A 18F Super Hornet, 166661
Photo ID: 34287
CAG Five Wet
Photo ID 29882 by David F. Brown. USA Navy Boeing F A 18F Super Hornet, 166632
Photo ID: 29882
Photo ID 27070 by Jonathan Derden - Jetwash Images. USA Navy Boeing F A 18F Super Hornet, 166661
Photo ID 20215 by James Shelbourn. USA Navy Boeing F A 18F Super Hornet, 166632
Photo ID: 20215
VFA-11 "Red Rippers" CAG jet AC-100 taxies infront of the crowd at the 2006 NAS Oceana Air Show. This jet was believed to have been lost on January 7, 2008 after being involved in a mid air collison with F/A-18E 166656 assigned to VFA-105 "Gunslingers".
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