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Photo ID 223817 by Gerrit Kok Collection. USA Navy Grumman F 14A Tomcat, 160660
Photo ID: 223817
VF-124 "Gunfighters". Crashed into Atlantic Ocean 7/16/1992 when arrester cable broke on landing aboard USS Ranger. Photo credit: Peter Wilson
Photo ID 223216 by Thomas Ziegler - Aviation-Media. USA Navy Grumman F 14A Tomcat, 159626
Photo ID 222945 by Gerrit Kok Collection. USA USA Grumman F 14A Tomcat, 159421
Photo ID: 222945
VF-14 "Tophatters". Crashed Jun 18, 1987 during low-level trainingmission near Dare County, NC. Photographer unknown
Photo ID 222650 by Gerrit Kok Collection. USA Navy Grumman F 14A Tomcat, 160379
Photo ID: 222650
VF-41 "Black Aces". Photo credit: M.D. Tabak
Photo ID 220616 by Henk Schuitemaker. USA Navy Grumman F 14A Tomcat, 158615
Photo ID: 220616
VF-14 "Tophatters", seen stored at China Lake Weapons Survivability Lab in 2015.
Photo ID 220562 by Henk Schuitemaker. USA Navy Grumman F 14A Tomcat, 161274
Photo ID: 220562
VF-211 "Flying Checkmates"
Photo ID 220532 by Henk Schuitemaker. USA Navy Grumman F 14A Tomcat, 160401
Photo ID: 220532
VF-41 "Black Aces", became a gate guard at NAS Oceana.
Photo ID 220467 by Henk Schuitemaker. USA Navy Grumman F 14A Tomcat, 161134
Photo ID: 220467
VF-41 "Black Aces", went to the Valiant Air Command Warbird Museum, Titusville, FL.
Photo ID 220350 by Henk Schuitemaker. USA Navy Grumman F 14A Tomcat, 160396
Photo ID 220299 by Henk Schuitemaker. USA Navy Grumman F 14A Tomcat, 159863
Photo ID: 220299
VF-14 "Tophatters", went to AMARG Celebrity Row, then to the scrapyard.
Photo ID 220256 by Henk Schuitemaker. USA Navy Grumman F 14A Tomcat, 162709
Photo ID: 220256
VF-101 "Grim Reapers", designated for artificial reef in 1998.
Photo ID 220065 by W.A.Kazior. USA Navy Grumman F 14A Tomcat, 160898
Photo ID: 220065
Palm Springs Air Museum
Photo ID 220064 by W.A.Kazior. USA Navy Grumman F 14A Tomcat, 160898
Photo ID: 220064
Palm Springs Air Museum
Photo ID 219728 by Gerrit Kok Collection. USA Navy Grumman F 14A Tomcat, 158985
Photo ID: 219728
VF-2. Artist Keith Ferris developed a number of camouflage schemes for aircraft in the 1970s and 1980s, all based on a splinter scheme and in various shades of grey, that went from a tan-grey to a dark blue-grey. Photo credit: Bruce R. Trombecky
Photo ID 217597 by Chris Hauser. USA Navy Grumman F 14A Tomcat, 161158
Photo ID: 217597
First time visit to landlocked Austria with the old control tower visible in the backdrop.
Photo ID 217264 by Henk Schuitemaker. USA Navy Grumman F 14A Tomcat, 160930
Photo ID: 217264
VF-213 "Blacklions". SOC Jan 14, 1997 and used for artificial reef program.
Photo ID 215156 by Gerrit Kok Collection. USA Navy Grumman F 14A Tomcat, 159449
Photo ID: 215156
VF-142 "Ghostriders" / CVW-19 USS America (CV-66). International Air Tattoo 1976. Photographer unknown
Photo ID 215053 by David F. Brown. USA Navy Grumman F 14A Tomcat, 162599
Photo ID 215052 by David F. Brown. USA Navy Grumman F 14A Tomcat, 162599
Photo ID 215051 by David F. Brown. USA Navy Grumman F 14A Tomcat, 162596
Photo ID 214894 by David F. Brown. USA Navy Grumman F 14A Tomcat, 160908
Photo ID 214893 by David F. Brown. USA Navy Grumman F 14A Tomcat, 161284
Photo ID 214251 by David F. Brown. USA Navy Grumman F 14A Tomcat, 160905
Photo ID 214086 by Gerrit Kok Collection. USA Navy Grumman F 14A Tomcat, 159601
Photo ID: 214086
VF-32 "Fighting Swordsmen" CVW-3, USS John F. Kennedy (CV-67). Mildenhall Air Fete 1977. Crashed into sea while attempting to land on USS Eisenhower Mar 6, 1980. Photographer unknown.
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