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F-14A-120-GR



BuNo Type Unit Modex # Date
      F-14A-120-GR
161416 F-14A
VF-101

AD104
KB-13: converted to F-14B
a/c stricken 22 May 2003
161417 F-14A VF-142

VF-103
VF-102
AG205

AA215
AB116
10/1986
KB-08: converted to F-14B
10/1994
02/1999
a/c stricken 21 Oct 2001
161418 F-14A
VF-101
VF-11

AD103
AG202
KB-04: converted to F-14B
04/1994
04/2001 & 08/2002 & 10/2004
161419 F-14A VF-101

VF-11
VF-101
VF-103
AD173


AD101
10/1982
KB-09: converted to F-14B
02/1999
04/2001
2004
161420 F-14A VF-101 AD174 30.08.1983
161421 F-14A
VF-102
VF-11
VF-143


AG203
AG103
KB-17: converted to F-14B
02/1999
04/2001
10/2004
161422 F-14A
VF-103
VF-102
VF-103

AA114
AB114
KB-18: converted to F-14B
05/1997
04/2001
06/2003
exhibit Naval Air Station Wildwood Aviation Museum in Lower Township, New Jersey
161423 F-14A VF-142 AG101 08.08.1983
161424 F-14A
VF-32
VF-32
VF-32


AC117
AC114
KB-01: converted to F-14B
02/1999
04/2001
10/2004
161425 F-14A
VF-143
VF-101

AG105
AD105
KB-19: converted to F-14B,
05/1995
crashed 02.10.1997: A failure of left horizontal stab linkage - while the trailing edge was down - threw the plane into violent right-hand rolls. When the pilot put in corrective stick, the plane would pitch down violently due to a stuck left-hand horizontal stab. This flight condition was unrecoverable. The RIO pulled the ejection handle at 7000 feet. The mishap pilot died when his ejection seat failed. The RIO was picked up by a rescue helo within one hour.
161426 F-14A
VF-143
VF-32
VF-143
VF-101

AG106
AC102
AG103
AD103
KB-02: converted to F-14B
04/1995
02/1999
04/2001 & 08/2002
10/2004
exhibit at DeLand Naval Air Station Site in central Florida since June 2005
161427 F-14A VF-142

VF-103
VF-32
AG210

AA206
04/1986
KB-12: converted to F-14B
05/1996
08.08.1998: spoiler failed
161428 F-14A VF-143

VF-32
VF-32
AG122


AC111
04/1986
KB-06: converted to F-14B
02/1999
04/2001 & 10/2004
161429 F-14A
VF-101
VF-101

AD202
AD102
KB-03: converted to F-14B
04/2001
09.07.2002
161430 F-14A
VF-103

AA212
KB-22: converted to F-14B,
lost during the Gulf War on 21.01.1991: A/C was shot down by Iraqi SA-2 SAM
161431 F-14A VF-142 AG205 crashed 17.03.1983 when the F-14 collided with 161439. Crashed into Caribbean 100 miles north of Puerto Rico while operating from USS Dwight D. Eisenhower.
161432 F-14A VF-143

VF-103
VF-102
VF-101
AG104


AB100
AD105
04/1984
KB-24: converted to F-14B
02/1999
04/2001
06/2003
161433 F-14A


VF-11
VF-101



AG200
AD105
KB-07: converted to F-14B
A/C believed to have lost radome in flight. See here for details and photo.
02/1999 & 04/2001 & 08/2002
10/2004
161434 F-14A
VF-32
VF-101

VF-143

AC100


AG106
KB-25: converted to F-14B
10/1997
02/1999
04/2001 NADEP JAX
08/2002
161435 F-14A VF-101

VF-103
VF-103
AD167

AA103
AA110
1987
KB-26: converted to F-14B
02/1999 & 04/2001
2004
161436 F-14A VF-142 AG210 crashed 17.03.1983: A bad day for USS Dwight D. Eisenhower's airwing: The 3rd Tomcat of the day was lost after a total hydraulic failure followed by a loss of control. (See also BuNo 161431 & 161439)
161437 F-14A
VF-102
VF-11


AG207
KB-15: converted to F-14B
09/1994 & 02/1999
08/2002 & 10/2004
161438 F-14A VF-142

VF-102
VF-143
VF-101
AG211


AG102
AD111
04/1986
KB-27: converted to F-14B
02/1999
04/2001 & 08/2002
10/2004
161439 F-14A VF-143 AG107 crashed 17.03.1983 when the F-14 collided with 161431. Crashed into Caribbean 100 miles north of Puerto Rico while operating from USS Dwight D. Eisenhower.
161440 F-14A
VF-142
VF-102
VF-101

AG210
AB104
AD113
KB-10: converted to F-14B
06/1994
04/2001
06/2003
161441 F-14A
VF-143
VF-143


AG110
KB-16: converted to F-14B
02/1999
04/2001 & 08/2002
161442 F-14A VF-143

VF-103
VF-103
AG110


AA104
10/1982
KB-14: converted to F-14B
02/1999
04/2001
161443 F-14A VF-111 NL213 13.01.1992
161444 F-14A VX-4

VF-101
XF47

AD201
05/1986
KB-11: converted to F-14B
17.04.1996 Crashed near NAS Oceana during training flight, crew ejected safely.
161445 F-14A VF-154
VF-101
NK103 02/1986
Summer of 1998: A student pilot flying in an F-14A (BuNo 161445) collided with an instructor flying in an F-14B (BuNo 163218). The student became fixated on his HUD in a night-time missile shot, and overtook his target plane. At the last moment, he noticed the F-14B target plane and rolled wings right to avoid it shearing off about 4 feet of right wing of each aircraft. They both limped home safe!



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