U. S. Navy/Marine Aircraft

Part I of VIII - CVW, VFA, VMFA, VMA & VMFA(AW)

Part II of VIII - CACCLW, VAW, VAQ & VMAQ

Part III of VIII - VQ, CFLSW & COMFLELOGSUPPWING

Part IV of VIII - TACAMO, FLELOGSUPPRON, CFLSW, VR & Cnic // Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base New Orleans

Part V of VIII - VRC & VS

Part VI of VIII - VFC & CNATRA

Part VII of VIII - Naval Training Aircraft Photos; UAV Squadrons; COMOPTEVFOR, VX / HX - Air Test and Evaluation Squadron, CPRW-2, CPRW-5, CPRW-10, CPRW-11 and VP

Part VIII of VIII – VT

 

 

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Ripples appear along the fuselage of a US Navy E-2C due to loads from landing on the USS Harry S. Truman (CVN-75)

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Two US Navy E-2C Hawkeye flying by Mount Fuji, Japan

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The first two E-2D prototypes

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A US Navy E-2C of VAW-117 approaches to land on the flight deck of the USS John C. Stennis (CVN-74), clearly showing the new eight-bladed propellers installed on all of the Navy's E-2Cs

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:E-2C_Landing.jpg

 

CACCLW [Commander, Airborne Command Control and Logistics Wing]

 

Carrier Airborne Early Warning Squadron—CARAEWRON

 

“Each Carrier Airborne Early Warning squadron usually consists of four E-2C Hawkeyes, The Hawkeye's primary mission is to provide all-weather airborne early warning, airborne battle management and command and control (C2) functions for the Carrier Strike Group and Joint Force Commander. Additional missions include surface surveillance coordination, air interdiction, offensive and defensive counter air control, close air support coordination, time critical strike coordination, search and rescue airborne coordination and communications relay. The E-2 Hawkeye and C-2 Greyhound are built on the same airframe and have many similar characteristics. For this reason, both airframes are trained for in the same Fleet Replacement Squadron” (Ref. [2] & List of United States Navy aircraft squadrons - Wikipedia & Navy web site).

 

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VAW-77 / VAW-77

VAW-112  / VAW-112

VAW-113 / VAW-113

VAW-77 / VAW-77

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Nightwolves

E-2C

Reserve Tactical Support Wing
JRB New Orleans

Images for VAW-77

Comm. 17 Nov. 1995 –  Present

VAW-112

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Golden Hawks

E-2C

CVW-9
NAS Pt. Mugu

Comm. 20 Apr. 1967 – May 1970

Activated 3 July 1973 –  Present

 

VAW-113

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Black Eagles

E-2C

CVW-14
NAS Pt. Mugu

Comm. 29 Apr. 1967 –  Present

VAW-115 / VAW-115

VAW-116 / VAW-116 /

VAW-116

VAW-117 / VAW-117

VAW-115

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Liberty Bells

E-2C

CVW-5

NAF Atsugi, Japan

Images for vaw-115

Comm. 20 Apr. 1967 –  Present

VAW-116

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Sun Kings

E-2C

CVW-2
NAS Pt. Mugu

Comm. 20 Apr. 1967 –  Present

 

VAW-117

Vaw-117.jpg

Wallbangers

E-2C

CVW-11
NAS Pt. Mugu

Comm. 1 Jul. 1974 – Present

VAW-120 / VAW-120

VAW-121 / VAW-121

VAW-123 / VAW-123

*VAW-120

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Grey Hawks

E-2C
C-2

Fleet Replacement Squadron
NS Norfolk

Comm. 6 July 1948 – Sept. 1994

VAW-121

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Blue Tails

E-2C

CVW-7
NAS Norfolk

Comm. 1 Apr. 1967 – Present

www.cacclw.navy.mil/vaw123

VAW-123

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Screwtops

E-2C

CVW-1
NAS Norfolk

Comm. 1 Apr. 1967 –  Present

VAW-124 / VAW-1244

VAW-125 / VAW-125

VAW-126 / VAW-126

VAW-124 / VFW-124

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Bear Aces

E-2C

CVW-8
NAS Norfolk

Comm. 1 June 1943 – Present

VAW-125

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Tigertails

E-2C

CVW-17
NAS Norfolk

Comm. 1 Oct. 1968 - Present

VAW-126

Vaw-126.jpg

Seahawks

E-2C

CVW-3
NAS Norfolk

Comm. 1 Apr. 1969 – Present

*The history of VAW-120 starts on 6 July 1948 when Carrier Airborne Early Warning Squadron TWO (VAW-2) was created at NAS Oceana. In September 1994 VAW-120 became the single site Fleet Replacement Squadron (FRS) after VAW-110 was decommissioned. Thus VAW-120 is now the sole training squadron for all E-2C and C-2A aircrew.

References include List of United States Navy aircraft squadrons at Wikipedia; others and navy web sites all linked hereto.

 

 

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A Marine EA-6A Intruder over Cherry Point, 1978. The two-seat EA-6A would be followed by the four-seat EA-6B Prowler.

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EA-6B ADVCAP

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Advanced Capability EA-6B

 

“The Advanced Capability EA-6B Prowler (ADVCAP) was a development program initiated to improve the flying qualities of the EA-6B and to upgrade the avionics and electronic warfare systems. The intention was to modify all EA-6Bs into the ADVCAP configuration, however the program was removed from the Fiscal Year 1995 budget due to financial pressure from competing Department of Defense acquisition programs.

 

The ADVCAP development program was initiated in the late 1980s and was broken into three distinct phases: Full-Scale Development (FSD), Vehicle Enhancement Program (VEP) and the Avionics Improvement Program (AIP).

FSD served primarily to evaluate the new AN/ALQ-149 Electronic Warfare System. The program utilized a slightly modified EA-6B to house the new system.

 

The VEP added numerous changes to the aircraft to address deficiencies with the original EA-6B flying qualities, particularly lateral-directional problems that hampered recovery from out-of-control flight. Bureau Number 158542 was used. Changes included:

 

· Leading edge strakes (to improve directional stability)

· Fin pod extension (to improve directional stability)

· Ailerons (to improve slow speed lateral control)

· Re-contoured leading edge slats and trailing edge flaps (to compensate for an increase in gross weight)

· Two additional wing stations on the outer wing panel (for jamming pods only)

· New J52-P-409 engines (increased thrust by 2,000 lbf (8.9 kN) per engine)

· New digital Standard Automatic Flight Control System (SAFCS)

 

The added modifications increased the aircraft gross weight approximately 2,000 pound (900 kg) and shifted the center of gravity 3% MAC aft of the baseline EA-6B. In previous models, when operating at sustained high angles of attack, fuel migration would cause additional shifts in CG with the result that the aircraft had slightly negative longitudinal static stability. Results of flight tests of the new configuration showed greatly improved flying qualities and the rearward shift of the CG had minimal impact.

 

The AIP prototype (bureau number 158547) represented the final ADVCAP configuration, incorporating all of the FSD and VEP modifications plus a completely new avionics suite which added multi-function displays to all crew positions, a head-up display for the pilot, and dual Global Positioning/Inertial navigation systems. The initial joint test phase between the contractor and the US Navy test pilots completed successfully with few deficiencies.

 

After the program was canceled, the three experimental Prowlers, BuNo 156482, 158542 and 158547, were mothballed until 1999. During the next several years, the three aircraft were dismantled and reassembled creating a single aircraft, b/n 158542, which the Navy dubbed "FrankenProwler". It was returned to active service 23 March 2005” (Ref. Harvill, Brian (29 April 2005). "VAQ-141 ‘FrankenProwler’ rejoins the fleet". Northwest Navigator -  http://www.northwestnavigator.com/index.php/navigator/whidbey/vaq_141_frankenprowler_rejoins_the_fleet & http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/EA-6B).

 

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Data from US Navy Fact File,[7] US Navy history page[11]

 

Specifications (EA-6B)

 

General characteristics

 

· Crew: four (one pilot, three electronic countermeasures officers)

· Length: 59 ft 10 in (17.7 m)

· Wingspan: 53 ft (15.9 m)

· Height: 16 ft 8 in (4.9 m)

· Wing area: 528.9 ft² (49.1 m²)

· Empty weight: 31,160 lb (15,130 kg)

· Max. takeoff weight: 61,500 lb (27,900 kg)

· Powerplant: 2 × Pratt & Whitney J52-P408A turbojet, 10,400 lbf (46 kN) each

 

Performance

 

· Maximum speed: 566 knots (651 mph, 1,050 km/h)

· Cruise speed: 418 kt (481 mph, 774 km/h)

· Range: 2,022 mi (tanks kept) / 2,400 mi (tanks dropped) (3,254 km / 3,861 km)

· Service ceiling: 37,600 ft (11,500 m)

· Rate of climb: 12,900 ft/min (65 m/s)

· Wing loading: 116 lb/ft² (560 kg/m²)

· Thrust/weight: 0.34

 

Armament

·  

· Guns: None

· Hardpoints: 5 total: 1× centreline/under-fuselage plus 4× under-wing pylon stations with a capacity of 18,000 pounds (8,164.7 kg) and provisions to carry combinations of:

 

o Missiles: Up to 4× AGM-45 Shrike or AGM-88 HARM Anti-radiation missiles

o Other:

 

 Up to 5× 300 US gallons (1,100 L) external drop tanks

 Up to 5× AN/ALQ-99 Tactical Jamming System (TJS) external pods

 

Avionics

 

· AN/ALQ-99 on board receiver (OBS), AN/ALQ-99 pod mounted jamming system (TJS)

USQ-113 communications jamming system

 

Ref. 7 - EA-6B Prowler electronic warfare aircraft". USN Fact File - http://www.navy.mil/navydata/fact_display.asp?cid=1100&tid=900&ct=1 - United States Navy. 5 August 2003 & http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/EA-6B).

Ref. 1 - "EA-6B Prowler". Naval Historical Center - http://www.military.com/NewsContent/0,13319,138857,00.html - United States Department of the Navy).

References include  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/EA-6B.

 

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An EA-6B patrols the skies over Bosnia and Herzegovina, 1995.

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EA-6B Prowler takes off from Eielson AFB. Note the tint of the gold embedded in the canopy. The gold provides protection from electromagnetic interference and prevents some EM emissions.

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An EA-6B Prowler from VAQ-138 carrying two wing mounted jamming pods.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:EA-6B_Prowler_from_VAQ-138.jpg

 

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Two EA-6B Prowlers over Turkey flying in support of Operation Northern Watch, 2002.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:EA-6B_Prowlers_supporting_Northern_Watch.jpg

 

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A U.S. Navy EA-6B Prowler

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An EA-18G of VAQ-129 "Vikings" aligns itself for an at-sea landing aboard USS Ronald Reagan

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An EA-18G Growler of VAQ-141 "Shadowhawks" on the flight deck of USS George H.W. Bush

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COMVAQWINGPAC [Commander, Electronic Attack Wing Pacific]

 

Carrier Tactical Electronics Warfare Squadron—VAQRON

 

“A typical Tactical Electronic Warfare Squadron consists of four EA-6B Prowlers. The primary mission of the Prowler is Electronic Attack (EA), also known as Suppression of Enemy Air Defenses (SEAD) in support of strike aircraft and ground troops by interrupting enemy electronic activity and obtaining tactical electronic intelligence within the combat area. Navy Electronic Attack squadrons carry the letters VAQ (V-fixed wing, A-attack, Q-electronic). Most VAQ squadrons are carrier based, however a number are "expeditionary", deploying to overseas land bases.When not deployed (either on land or carrier) are home-ported at NAS Whidbey Island. . Two exceptions are VAQ-136 (forward deployed to NAF Atsugi, Japan) and Reserve VAQ-209 based at Andrews AFB, Md.” (Ref. [1] & List of United States Navy aircraft squadrons - Wikipedia & Navy web site).

 

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VAQ-33 / VAQ-33

VAQ-34 / VAQ-34

VAQ-129 / VAQ-129

*VAQ-33 / VAQ-33 / VAQ-33

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THE FIREBIRDS

"BRAND X"

Comm. 31 May 1949 – 1 Oct. 1993

*VAQ-34

Profile Picture

A short History of VAQ-34

VAQ-34

Images for VAQ-34

Comm. 0900 1 Mar.1983 – Present

 

VAQ-129

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Vikings

EA-6B
EA-18G

Fleet Replacement Squadron
NAS Whidbey Island

Comm. 1 Sep. 1970 – Present

VAQ-130 / VAQ-130

VAQ-131 / VAQ-131

VAQ-132 / VAQ-132

VAQ-130 / VAQ-130

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Zappers

EA-18G

CVW-3

NAS Whidbey Island

VAQ-130 Lands its First Growler Aboard Truman

Comm. 1 Sep. 1959 – Present

VAQ-131

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Lancers

EA-6B

CVW-2

NAS Whidbey Island

Comm. 1946 – Present

VAQ-132

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Scorpions

EA-18G

Expeditionary

NAS Whidbey Island

Comm. April, 1957 – Present

VAQ-133 / VAQ-133

VAQ-134 / VAQ-134

VAQ-135 / VAQ-135

VAQ-133

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Wizards

EA-6B

CVW-9

NAS Whidbey Island

Comm. 4 Mar. 1969 – Present

VAQ-134

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Garudas

EA-6B

CVW-17

NAS Whidbey Island

VAQ-134 Garudas

Comm. 7 June 1969 – Present

VAQ-135

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Black Ravens

EA-18G

Expeditionary

NAS Whidbey Island

Comm. 15 May 1969 – Present

-VAQ-136 / VAQ-136

VAQ-137 / VAQ-137

VAQ-138 / VAQ-138

VAQ-136 / VAQ-136

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Gauntlets

EA-6B

Expeditionary

NAF Atsugi, Japan

VAQ-136 Links

VAQ-136 Gauntlets

Images for VAQ-136

Comm. 6 Apr. 1973 – Present

VAQ-137

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Rooks

EA-6B

CVW-1

NAS Whidbey Island

Comm. 14 Dec. 1973 – Present

VAQ-138

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Yellowjackets

EA-18G

Expeditionary

NAS Whidbey Island

Comm. February 1976 – Present

VAQ-139 / VAQ-139

VAQ-140 / VAQ-140

VAQ-141 / VAQ-141

VAQ-139

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Cougars

EA-6B

CVW-14

NAS Whidbey Island

Comm. 1 July 1983 – Present

VAQ-140

Vaq-140.gif

Patriots

EA-6B

CVW-7

NAS Whidbey Island

Comm. 1 Oct. 1985 – Present

VAQ-141 / VAQ-141

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Shadowhawks

EA-18G

CVW-5

NAS Whidbey Island

Comm. ? – Present

VAQ-142 / VAQ-142

VAQ-209  / VAQ-209

 

VAQ-142 / VAQ-142

VAQ142 new logo.gif    

Gray Wolves

EA-6B

Expeditionary

NAS Whidbey Island

Comm. 1 June 1988 – Present

VAQ-209

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Star Warriors

EA-6B

Reserve Tactical Support Wing Andrews AFB

Joint Base Andrews, Maryland

VAQ-209 Returns to Joint Base Andrews Following Deployment to ... - 7 Nov 2011

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Comm. 1 Oct. 1977 – Present

 

*Decommissioneed

+Commander U.S. Naval Forces Japan press release R-12-12

-In February 2012, the Navy announced that the Shadowhawks would be transferred to NAS Atsugi in the spring of 2012 to join Carrier Air Wing 5 and the USS George Washington (CVN-73) replacing VAQ-136.

References include List of United States Navy aircraft squadrons at Wikipedia; others and navy web sites all linked hereto.

 

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EF-10B Skyknight of VMCJ-1

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An EA-6A Intruder of VMCJ-1 at Da Nang, 1970

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EA-6A Intruder of VMAQ-2 – 1980’s

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VMAQ-1 Prowler on the tarmac at Al Asad Air station in Western Iraq in January 2006

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Marine Tactical Electronic Warfare Squadrons

 

“VMAQ squadrons operate the EA-6B Prowler[76] and are tasked with providing electronic attack, electronic counter-countermeasures, radar jamming and suppression of enemy air defense using the AN/ALQ-99 jamming pod[77] and the AGM-88 HARM. Each of the four squadrons operates five aircraft and are land-based, although they are capable of landing on board U.S. Navy aircraft carriers.[78][79] The Marine Corps has recently solidified plans to install a next-generation jammer on the F-35 Lightning II. It has joined the EA-18G Growler as the launch platform for the jammer, which is scheduled to enter service in 2018” (Ref. [80] of List of active United States Marine Corps aircraft squadrons – Wikipedia & Navy web site)..

 

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VMAQ-1 / VMAQ-1

VMAQ-2 / VMAQ-2

VMAQ-3 / VMAQ-3

VMAQ-1

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Banshees

MAG-14, 2nd MAW

MCAS Cherry Point, NC

Comm. 1 July 1992 – Present

VMAQ-2

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Death Jesters

MAG-14, 2nd MAW

MCAS Cherry Point, NC

Comm. 15 Sep. 1952 – Present

VMAQ-3

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Moon Dogs

MAG-14, 2nd MAW

MCAS Cherry Point, NC

Comm. 1 July 1992 – Present

VMAQ-4 / VMAQ-4

 

 

VMAQ-4

VMAQ4.jpg

Seahawks

MAG-14, 2nd MAW

MCAS Cherry Point, NC

Comm. 7 Nov. 1981 – Present

 

 

*VMO-1

(1943 to 1993)

*VMO-2

(1943 to 1943)

*VMO-2

(1943 to 1993)

*VMO-6

(1920 to 1933)

*VMO-155               (1942-1945)

VMO-2  on  TDY at the Island Mindoro, Philippines

References include List of United States Navy aircraft squadrons at Wikipedia; others and navy web sites all linked hereto.

 

U. S. Navy/Marine Aircraft

Part I of VIII - CVW, VFA, VMFA, VMA & VMFA(AW)

Part II of VIII - CACCLW, VAW, VAQ & VMAQ

Part III of VIII - VQ, CFLSW & COMFLELOGSUPPWING

Part IV of VIII - TACAMO, FLELOGSUPPRON, CFLSW, VR & Cnic // Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base New Orleans

Part V of VIII - VRC & VS

Part VI of VIII - VFC & CNATRA

Part VII of VIII - Naval Training Aircraft Photos; UAV Squadrons; COMOPTEVFOR, VX / HX - Air Test and Evaluation Squadron, CPRW-2, CPRW-5, CPRW-10, CPRW-11 and VP

Part VIII of VIII – VT

U. S. Navy/Marine Aircraft

Part II of VIII - CACCLW, VAW, VAQ & VMAQ

 USS CORAL SEA (CV 43)

Operations Evening Light and Eagle Claw, A Sailors tale of his Tour of duty in the U.S. Navy (August 1977 to February 1983)

 

A Sailors tale of his Tour of duty in the U.S. Navy - Operation Evening Light And Eagle Claw -

 

Book - ISBN NO.

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Operations Evening Light and Eagle Claw (24 April 1980) Iran and Air Arm History (1941 to Present)

 

Operations Evening Light and Eagle Claw (24 April 1980) Iran and Air Arm History (1941 to Present)

 

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USS CORAL SEA CV-42, CVB-43, CVA-43 & CV-43 HISTORY, AND THOSE AIRCRAFT CARRIERS OPERATING WITH CORAL SEA  Vol. I (10 July 1944 to 31 December 1975)

 

USS CORAL SEA CV-42, CVB-43, CVA-43 & CV-43 HISTORY, AND THOSE AIRCRAFT CARRIERS OPERATING WITH CORAL SEA Vol. I (10 July 1944 to 31 December 1975) -

 

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USS CORAL SEA CV-42, CVB-43, CVA-43 & CV-43 HISTORY, AND THOSE AIRCRAFT CARRIERS OPERATING WITH CORAL SEA DURING HER TOUR OF SERVICE Vol. II (1 January 1976 to 25 August 1981)

 

USS CORAL SEA CV-42, CVB-43, CVA-43 & CV-43 HISTORY, AND THOSE AIRCRAFT CARRIERS OPERATING WITH CORAL SEA DURING HER TOUR OF SERVICE Vol. II (1 January 1976 to 25 August 1981) -

 

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USS CORAL SEA CV-42, CVB-43, CVA-43 & CV-43 HISTORY, AND THOSE AIRCRAFT CARRIERS OPERATING WITH CORAL SEA DURING HER TOUR OF SERVICE Vol. III (20 August 1981 to 26 April 1990)

 

USS CORAL SEA CV-42, CVB-43, CVA-43 & CV-43 HISTORY, AND THOSE AIRCRAFT CARRIERS OPERATING WITH CORAL SEA DURING HER TOUR OF SERVICE Vol. III (20 August 1981 to 26 April 1990) -

 

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EBook ISBN NO.

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U. S. AIRCRAFT CARRIER SHIP HISTORY (1920 to 2016)

 

U. S. AIRCRAFT

CARRIER SHIP

HISTORY (1920 to 2016)

 

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U. S. AIRCRAFT CARRIERS REDESIGNATED AND OR RECLASSIFIED (1953 to 2016)

 

U. S. AIRCRAFT

CARRIERS

REDESIGNATED

AND OR

RECLASSIFIED

(1953 to 2016)

 

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