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Navy aircraft. Douglas dauntless dive bomber. Dive bomber peeling off for attack

Navy aircraft. Gruman torpedo bombers. The Avenger. These dual purpose aircraft, already tested in battle, are the U.S. Navy's new torpedo-bombers, capable both of hedge-hopping waves to press home a torpedo attack and flying high above enemy targets to drop tons of high explosives. Manufactured to Gruman, these deadly bombers are heavily armed and armored. Generally they are given fighter protection, they are carrier based

Following his early departure from the ship Panama at Jamaica, Richard Nixon is transported to Washington D.C. by means of a Coast Guard plane, crash boat, and Navy aircraft to attend a House Un-American Activities Committee meeting

An air-to-air right side view of a Soviet Il-38 Ilyushin aircraft, NATO designation "May," and a U. S. Navy A-73 Corsair II aircraft from Attack Squadron 27 (VA-27) assigned to Carrier Air Wing 14 (CVW-14). The smaller U.S. Navy aircraft is being piloted by LCDR Dave Park

Artwork: "Development of Navy Aircraft: F-5L to Martin Bomber". Artist: John McCoy, US Air Force Art Collection

Nellie Barone, an employe of Grumman Aerospace Corp., goes over some paperwork in the corporate office. Grumman provides technical representatives to local commands and to units visiting the naval air station. These representatives help keep Navy aircraft and other equipment working properly

An interior view of the corporate offices of Grumman Aerospace Corp. Grumman provides technical representatives to local commands and to units visiting the naval air station. These representatives help keep Navy aircraft and other equipment working properly

A formation of Egyptian and U.S. Navy aircraft fly over one of the Great Pyramid near Cairo during BRIGHT STAR '83. Unless indicated all are Egyptian Air Force aircraft (L to R) F-4 Phantom, F-16 Falcon, Mirage 2000, U.S. Navy F-14 Tomcat, MIG-21 Fishbed, MIG-19, U.S. Navy A7D Corsair and U.S. Navy A-6E Intruder. Exact Date Shot Unknown

T-34C Mentor aircraft line the airfield after they were flown to the base to avoid the possibility of being damaged by Hurricane Gilbert. The planes are U.S. Navy aircraft from Training Wing 4, based at Corpus Christi, Texas

T-34C Mentor aircraft line the airfield after they were flown to the base to avoid the possibility of being damaged by Hurricane Gilbert. The planes are U.S. Navy aircraft from Training Wing 4, based at Corpus Christi, Texas

A A-6E Intruder aircraft refuels an EA-6B Prowler aircraft during a demonstration of U.S. Navy aircraft being conducted for military officials from the People's Republic of China visiting aboard the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS NIMITZ (CVN-68). (Substandard image)

A P-3C Orion aircraft takes part in a demonstration of U.S. Navy aircraft being conducted for military officials from the People's Republic of China visiting aboard the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS NIMITZ (CVN-68)

Various U.S. Navy aircraft fly in formation during a flyover demonstration for military officials from the People's Republic of China who are visiting aboard the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS NIMITZ (CVN-68). The aircraft include, from foreground: F-14A Tomcat aircraft, A-6E Intruder aircraft, A-7E Corsair II aircraft, and an EA-6B Prowler aircraft leading a group composed of two S-3A Vikings and an A-6E Intruder

A-7E Corsair aircraft from Attack Squadron 72 (VA-72), foreground, and Attack Squadron 46 (VA-46) conduct aerial refueling with an Air Force KC-135 Stratotanker aircraft. An Attack Squadron 75 (VA-75) KA-6D Intruder aircraft is at upper right. The Navy aircraft are deployed aboard the aircraft carrier USS JOHN F. KENNEDY (CV-67), which is on station in the Red Sea in support of Operation Desert Shield

A Fighter Squadron 33 (VF-33) F-14A Tomcat aircraft is refueled by an Air Force KC-135 Stratotanker aircraft, left, as an F/A-18C Hornet aircraft receives fuel from an Attack Squadron 85 (VA-85) KA-6D Intruder aircraft, third from left, during Operation Desert Storm. The aircraft are accompanied by a Tactical Electronic Warfare Squadron 137 (VAQ-137) EA-6B Prowler aircraft, second from right. The Navy aircraft, all part of Carrier Air Wing 1 (CVW-1), are based aboard the aircraft carrier USS AMERICA (CV 66).

Three Tactical Electronic Warfare Squadron 130 (VAQ-130) EA-6B Prowler aircraft wait as an Attack Squadron 72 (VA-72) A-7E Corsair aircraft is refueled by an Air Force KC-135E Stratotanker aircraft to refuel while en route to targets in Iraq during Operation Desert Storm. At upper right, an Attack Squadron 75 (VA-75) A-6E Intruder aircraft carrying a "buddy store" external fuel tank refuels a second Corsair aircraft. The Navy aircraft are based aboard the aircraft carrier USS JOHN F. KENNEDY (CV-67)

While en route to targets in Iraq during Operation Desert Storm, an Attack Squadron 72 (VA-72) A-7E Corsair aircraft is refueled by an Attack Squadron 75 (VA-75) A-6E Intruder aircraft carrying a "buddy store" external fuel tank. In the background, a Tactical Electronic Warfare Squadron 130 (VAQ-130) EA-6B Prowler aircraft receives fuel from an Air Force KC-135E Stratotanker aircraft. The Navy aircraft are based aboard the aircraft carrier USS JOHN F. KENNEDY (CV-67)

A flight of U.S. Navy aircraft passes over the parade route during the National Victory Celebration. The flight consists of A-6E Intruder, F-14A Tomcat, EA-6B Hornet aircraft. The day-long celebration is being held in honor of the coalition forces that liberated Kuwait during Operation Desert Storm

Members of a Marine tactical air control party (TACP) watch an incoming Navy aircraft after calling in a target during a live-fire exercise. The area is still covered by volcanic ash from the eruption of Mount Pinatubo in June 1991

Smoke and dust rise into the air as several bombs dropped by a Navy aircraft explode in the impact area during a Marine tactical air control party (TACP) exercise. The area is still covered by volcanic ash from the eruption of Mount Pinatubo in June 1991

Smoke and dust rise into the air as several bombs dropped by a Navy aircraft explode in the impact area during a Marine tactical air control party (TACP) exercise. The area is still covered by volcanic ash from the eruption of Mount Pinatubo in June 1991

On board the aircraft carrier USS Saratoga (CV-60), crewmembers repair a jet engine before reinstallation into a Navy aircraft. EXACT DATE SHOT UNKNOWN

An A-6E Intruder aircraft from the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division Pax River Ordnance Systems Department released a Walleye II extended range data link missile over the Atlantic Ocean during a flight to fully certify the weapons for use on Fleet Intruders. The Walleye II, a 2,000 pound class standard offensive weapon used on other Navy aircraft, has now been given the green light to be used on the Intruder

An aerial view of the island of Iwo Jima with Mount Suribachi on the southeast end of the island. The view is from a Navy aircraft arriving for a memorial service commemorating the 50th anniversary of the battle for Iwo Jima

US Navy Aircraft handling officer Patrick Halinski stands in the fore ground as he directs an F/A-18 "Hornet" aircraft into launch position, during flight operations on board the US Navy aircraft carrier USS KITTY HAWK (CV 63)

An aerial view of the Roswell Industrial Air Center showing U.S. Navy aircraft parked on the flight line ramp. They are deployed for the world's largest joint service, multi-national tactical air operations exercise

F-14 Launch

Carrier Air WIng Five aircraft parked aboard Naval Air Facility Misawa, Japan.

An S-3B Viking folds its wings after recovering aboard the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71).

US Navy Sailors and various US Navy aircraft are silhouetted on the flight deck of the Nimitz Class Aircraft Carrier USS JOHN C. STENNIS (CVN 74). The STENNIS and embarked Carrier Air Wing 9 are currently conducting Composite Training Unit Exercise off the coast of Southern California.(U.S Navy photo by Mass Communication SPECIALIST 1ST Class Johnnie Robbins) (Released)

Hoang Danh inspects for corrosion while replacing the engine nacelle heat shield on a C-2A Greyhound Carrier On-Board Delivery aircraft at North Island.

Hundreds of current and historic Navy aircraft are on display at the Naval Air Station North Island flight line to participate in the Centennial of Naval Aviation Open House and Parade of Flight.

Navy pilots look at a Fire Scout unmanned aerial vehicle during a static display of current and historic Navy aircraft at Naval Air Station North Island.

Hundreds of current and historic Navy aircraft are on display at the Naval Air Station North Island flight line to participate in the Centennial of Naval Aviation Open House and Parade of Flight.

Hundreds of current and historic Navy aircraft are on display at the Naval Air Station North Island flight line to participate in the Centennial of Naval Aviation Open House and Parade of Flight.

Hundreds of current and historic Navy aircraft are on display at the Naval Air Station North Island flight line to participate in the Centennial of Naval Aviation Open House and Parade of Flight.

Hundreds of current and historic Navy aircraft are on display at the Naval Air Station North Island flight line to participate in the Centennial of Naval Aviation Open House and Parade of Flight.

Hundreds of current and historic Navy aircraft are on display at the Naval Air Station North Island flight line to participate in the Centennial of Naval Aviation Open House and Parade of Flight.

Hundreds of current and historic Navy aircraft are on display at the Naval Air Station North Island flight line to participate in the Centennial of Naval Aviation Open House and Parade of Flight.

An EA-18G Growler performs an aerial maneuver during the Centennial of Naval Aviation (CONA) celebration at Naval Air Station Whidbey Island.

First responders to an emergency landing of an U.S. Navy aircraft at the Bahrain International Airport Aug. 12 take photos on the flight deck of the aircraft carrier USS Nimitz (CVN 68) during a visit to the ship.

USS Stennis - sheet metal repair

Navy aircraft participate in Joint Wings 2002

1 VS33 S3Bs over NAS North ISland

2 VS 33 S3Bs fly North Island

7 VF1 TS1s over San Diego 1923

7 VRC30 C2s off Pt Loma

16Oct18

465 - Towers

779 - Bill Fornoff

846

1151

1913 Burgess Hydroplane

1919 Bldg G 00031

2010-10-18 10-37-20_0091

A civilian Visitor

AD-4s above North Island

Antoinette, Curtiss and Walsh Aircraft on North Island

Antoinette, Harkness, North Island, c1910

Army Air Corps Rockwell Field

Army Curtiss JN-6H North Island circa 1919-1920

Aviation detachment, USS Aroostook, 1920 00547

Beech MQM-39A, NAS NI

Benjamin Foulois

Berliner CM-4

Berliner Joyce OJ-2, VS-6, formation

Berliner-Joyce OJ-2, 9197, VS-5, USS Memphis at NAS San Diego

Blackburn Swift

Blackburn Swift, NAS San Diego, 20May24

Blue Angel 8 R5D Douglas

Boeing F2B 00082

Boeing F2B-1 at North Island

Boeing F2B-1, A-7432, NAS San Diego, Feb28

Boeing F2B-1, VB-2B, Lindbergh Fld, 16Aug28

Boeing F2B-1, VB-2B, Mines Fld, 1928

Boeing F2B-1, VF-1B, over Pt Loma

Boeing F2B-1, VF-2B, NAS NI 638

Boeing F2B-1, VF-6B, USS Saratoga, c29

Boeing F3B

Boeing F3B-1, A-7757, VB-1B, USS Saratoga, c30

Boeing F3B-1, VB-2B, USS Sartoga, c29

Boeing F4B

Boeing F4B-1

Boeing F4B-4

Boeing FB-5 VF-6B

Boeing FB-5

Boeing FB-5, A-7104, VF-6M, NAS NI 776

Boeing Model 69

Boeing Model 80

Boeing Model 80A

Boeing Model 83

Boeing NB-1, A-6754, VJ-1, NAS SD, 1924 591

Boeing NB-1, A-6836, NAS Pensacola

Boeing NB-2

Boeing P-12E 95th Pursuit Sq.

Boeing P-12E

Boeing PB-1

Boeing PB-1, San Francisco, 1925

Boeing XF2B-1, NAS NI, 1927

Boeing XTB-1