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Photo ID 262659 by Rod Dermo. USA Navy Vought F 7U 3M Cutlass, 129655
Photo ID: 262659
National Naval Aviation Museum
Photo ID 261537 by Marc van Zon. USA Navy Sikorsky MH 60R Strikehawk S 70B, 166582
Photo ID 261122 by D. A. Geerts. USA Navy Grumman YF 14A Tomcat, 157984
Photo ID: 261122
@ the entrance of the "National Naval Aviation Museum"
Photo ID 257997 by Rod Dermo. USA Navy Douglas F4D 1 Skyray F 6A, 134806
Photo ID: 257997
Navy,s first delta-wing fighter.National Naval Aviation Museum
Photo ID 253471 by Rod Dermo. Private Private North American T 6G Texan, N22NA
Photo ID: 253471
Pensacola AirShow
Photo ID 250174 by Rod Dermo. USA Navy Rockwell T 2C Buckeye, 157058
Photo ID: 250174
Pensacola AirShow
Photo ID 249796 by Peter Fothergill. USA Navy Convair C 131F, 141015
Photo ID: 249796
Photo ID 249775 by Peter Fothergill. USA Navy Douglas R4D 8, 50821
Photo ID: 249775
Photo ID 249755 by Peter Fothergill. USA Marines Lockheed T 33B Shooting Star, 138073
Photo ID 249753 by Peter Fothergill. USA Navy Martin SP 5B Marlin, 135533
Photo ID 247618 by Klemens Hoevel. USA Navy Douglas A 4F Skyhawk, 154183
Photo ID: 247618
Photo ID 247617 by Klemens Hoevel. USA Navy Douglas A 4F Skyhawk, 155000
Photo ID: 247617
September 1988: Former Blue Angels scooter was waiting for a new life as an aggressor a/c.
Photo ID 247483 by Klemens Hoevel. USA Navy McDonnell Douglas F A 18A Hornet, 161526
Photo ID 245563 by Rod Dermo. USA Navy Grumman F8F 2 Bearcat, 121710
Photo ID: 245563
National Naval Aviation Museum
Photo ID 244742 by Rod Dermo. USA Navy Boeing Vertol CH 46A Sea Knight 107 II, 151952
Photo ID: 244742
National Naval Aviation Museum
Photo ID 244371 by Michael Baldock. USA Navy Douglas R4D 5, 12418
Photo ID: 244371
Back to October 1989 at the National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL. This is the very famous Douglas R4D-5L Bu.No 12418 'Que Sera Sera' which made the first landing at the South Pole on 31 October 1956.
Photo ID 244312 by Michael Baldock. USA Navy Lockheed P2V 1 Neptune, 89082
Photo ID: 244312
Back to October 1989 at the National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL. This is Lockheed P2V-1 Neptune BuNo 89082 "The Truculent Turtle" which on 29th September 1946 set a world record for non-stop, non-refueled flight.
Photo ID 232866 by Gerrit Kok Collection. USA Navy Douglas TA 4J Skyhawk, 158124
Photo ID: 232866
VT-86. Photographer unknown
Photo ID 223615 by Gerrit Kok Collection. USA Marines Douglas A 4M Skyhawk, 158171
Photo ID: 223615
VMA-311 "Tomcats". Photo credit: Bruce M. Trombecky
Photo ID 221733 by Nigel Roling. USA Navy Kaman SH 2F Seasprite, 151312
Photo ID: 221733
Kaman SH-2F Seasprite in the National Naval Air Museum at Pensacola
Photo ID 220755 by Gerrit Kok Collection. USA Navy Douglas TA 4J Skyhawk, 155089
Photo ID: 220755
VC-10 "Challengers". Photographer unknown.
Photo ID 219382 by Henk Schuitemaker. USA Navy General Dynamics F 16N Fighting Falcon, 163572
Photo ID: 219382
Naval Air Museum, ex VF-45 "Blackbirds".
Photo ID 219354 by Henk Schuitemaker. USA Navy Douglas EA 1F Skyraider, 132532
Photo ID: 219354
Naval Air Museum - with VAW-33 "Nighthawks" markings.
Photo ID 219316 by Henk Schuitemaker. USA Navy Grumman S 2E Tracker G 121 S2F 3S, 151647
Photo ID: 219316
Naval Air Museum, ex VS-73 "Blue Bandits" from NAF Detroit (the last operational S-2 Tracker squadron in the US Navy).
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