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Photo ID 246121 by Michael Baldock. USA Air Force Lockheed HC 130P Hercules L 382, 66 0221
Photo ID: 246121
Seen on the ramp at Davis-Monthan AFB, this HC-130P was then operated by the California ANG 129th RQS out of NAS Moffet Field.
Photo ID 246095 by Michael Baldock. USA Navy Grumman F 14A Tomcat, 161287
Photo ID: 246095
This Tomcat was constructed as a Grumman F-14A-115-GR however was later converted to the F-14A (Plus) standard, later redesignated F-14B. When photographed at the 1989 NAS Point Mugu airshow she was operated by locally based VX-4. Soc May 2002.
Photo ID 246094 by Michael Baldock. USA Navy Grumman F 14A Tomcat, 161287
Photo ID: 246094
This Tomcat was constructed as a Grumman F-14A-115-GR however was later converted to the F-14A (Plus) standard, later redesignated F-14B. When photographed at the 1989 NAS Point Mugu airshow she was operated by locally based VX-4. Soc May 2002.
Photo ID 246093 by Michael Baldock. USA Navy Grumman A 6E Intruder G 128, 155596
Photo ID: 246093
This A-6E Intruder was operated by the PMTC as '57'. She was of interest for her toting an ATM-84A Harpoon training round.
Photo ID 246045 by Michael Baldock. USA Navy North American QF 86F Sabre, 55 3868
Photo ID: 246045
On display in the locally based aircraft static at the 1989 Point Mugu airshow, the only in-service F-86 Sabre that I have ever seen! Recorded as now stored at China Lake.
Photo ID 246044 by Michael Baldock. USA Navy North American QF 86F Sabre, 55 3868
Photo ID: 246044
On display in the locally based aircraft static at the 1989 Point Mugu airshow, the only in-service F-86 Sabre that I have ever seen! She was F-86F 553868 as 'PMTC / 39' and what can I say? ❤️ Recorded as now stored at China Lake.
Photo ID 246043 by Michael Baldock. USA Navy McDonnell Douglas QF 4N Phantom II, 152310
Photo ID: 246043
This absolute beauty was QF-4N BuNo 152310 as 'PMTC / 41'. Some interesting artwork on her if you look carefully, also her pilot was "Raydar Thee Pilot" and her Crew Chief "PC Don Harding 'Hard Guy'". Scramble lists her as w/o May 1990.
Photo ID 246042 by Michael Baldock. USA Navy McDonnell Douglas QF 4N Phantom II, 152310
Photo ID: 246042
This absolute beauty was QF-4N BuNo 152310 as 'PMTC / 41'. Some interesting artwork on her if you look carefully, also her pilot was "Raydar Thee Pilot" and her Crew Chief "PC Don Harding 'Hard Guy'". Scramble lists her as w/o May 1990.
Photo ID 245826 by Michael Baldock. USA Navy Douglas NRA 3B Skywarrior, 142667
Photo ID: 245826
This NRA-3B Skywarrior was operated by the PMTC as '71' and she was carrying some very interesting stores on her pylons. She was later bailed to Hughes (then Raytheon) as a missile test bed as N876R and so became one of the last Skywarriors flying.
Photo ID 245731 by Michael Baldock. USA Navy McDonnell Douglas F 4S Phantom II, 154786
Photo ID: 245731
On display in the 1989 Point Mugu airshow static, this VX-4 F-4S Phantom had only five months service left before being stored at Cherry Point. She was SOC January 2003.
Photo ID 245730 by Michael Baldock. USA Navy McDonnell Douglas F 4S Phantom II, 154786
Photo ID: 245730
On display in the 1989 Point Mugu airshow static, this VX-4 F-4S Phantom had only five months service left before being stored at Cherry Point. She was SOC January 2003.
Photo ID 245479 by Michael Baldock. USA Navy Douglas NRA 3B Skywarrior, 142667
Photo ID: 245479
This NRA-3B Skywarrior was operated by the PMTC as '71' and she was carrying some very interesting stores on her pylons. She was later bailed to Hughes (then Raytheon) as a missile test bed as N876R and so became one of the last Skywarriors flying.
Photo ID 245478 by Michael Baldock. USA Navy Douglas NRA 3B Skywarrior, 142667
Photo ID: 245478
This NRA-3B Skywarrior was operated by the PMTC as '71' and she was carrying some very interesting stores on her pylons. She was later bailed to Hughes (then Raytheon) as a missile test bed as N876R and so became one of the last Skywarriors flying.
Photo ID 245396 by Michael Baldock. USA Navy McDonnell Douglas F A 18C Hornet, 163706
Photo ID: 245396
In the static display line at the NAS Point Mugu airshow 28th October 1989, this was F/A-18C Hornet BuNo 163706 as PMTC '64'. Sources state that she is still in service today with VX-23.
Photo ID 245395 by Michael Baldock. USA Navy LTV Aerospace TA 7C Corsair II, 154464
Photo ID: 245395
In the static at the NAS Point Mugu airshow 28th October 1989, this was TA-7C BuNo 154464 as PMTC '81'. She went from PMTC to AMARC September 1990 and was scrapped May 2018.
Photo ID 245394 by Michael Baldock. USA Navy LTV Aerospace TA 7C Corsair II, 154464
Photo ID: 245394
In the static at the NAS Point Mugu airshow 28th October 1989, this was TA-7C BuNo 154464 as PMTC '81'. She went from PMTC to AMARC September 1990 and was scrapped May 2018.
Photo ID 245307 by Michael Baldock. USA Navy Douglas UA 3B Skywarrior, 144834
Photo ID: 245307
This was UA-3B Skywarrior BuNo 144834 as VAQ-34 '40'. She was built as an RA-3B, converted to an NRA-3B then TNRA-3B. She went to AMARC eleven months later and was scrapped there.
Photo ID 245210 by Michael Baldock. USA Navy McDonnell Douglas F A 18C Hornet, 163741
Photo ID: 245210
The 1989 NAS Point Mugu Airshow found his F/A-18C Hornet as 'NJ-572' which was operated by VFA-125 who were based at NAS Lemoore, CA. She is now in store in AMARG however her last posting was with the Blue Angels as '5'.
Photo ID 245190 by Michael Baldock. USA Air Force Fairchild A 10A Thunderbolt II, 82 0665
Photo ID: 245190
The 1989 Point Mugu airshow flightline and this A-10A is coded 'EL' for the 23rd TFW based at England AFB, Louisiana. I understand that she was operated by the 74th TFS.
Photo ID 245150 by Michael Baldock. USA Navy Douglas KA 3B Skywarrior, 138944
Photo ID: 245150
Three Skywarriors on the VAQ-34 ramp at the Point Mugu Airshow in 1989. NA-3B BuNo 138944 '20' is to the fore. I love picking out the small subtle differences between the 'Whales'!
Photo ID 244973 by Michael Baldock. USA Navy Douglas ERA 3B Skywarrior, 142668
Photo ID: 244973
An exotic Skywarrior on the VAQ-34 ramp at NAS Point Mugu on 28th October 1989, this was ERA-3B BuNo 142668 as '11'. When she retired she went on to N163TB but was later scrapped at Mojave.
Photo ID 244972 by Michael Baldock. USA Navy Douglas KA 3B Skywarrior, 138944
Photo ID: 244972
The VAQ-34 'Flashbacks' mission was the provision of tactical electronic warfare training to the fleet. Their Skywarriors were retired in 1991 and VAQ-34 was disestablished in 1993.
Photo ID 244971 by Michael Baldock. USA Navy Douglas NRA 3B Skywarrior, 144846
Photo ID: 244971
Another exotic Skywarrior on the VAQ-34 ramp at NAS Point Mugu on 28th October 1989, this was ERA-3B BuNo 142846 as '10'. When she retired she went on to N547HA with Raytheon/Hughes but was later scrapped.
Photo ID 244948 by Michael Baldock. UK A AEE De Havilland DH 106 Comet 4C, XS235
Photo ID: 244948
Back to 2nd May 1999 and an open day at Bruntingthorpe, this was Comet 4C XS235 'Canopus'.
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