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F-14A-135-GR



BuNo Type Unit Modex # Date
      F-14A-135-GR
162588 F-14A VF-124 NJ452 05/1990
a/c stricken 22.09.1997
162589 F-14A VF-124
VF-101
VF-101
NJ451

AD261
09/1989
02/1999
04/2001
SARDIP 01/2002
162590 F-14A VF-124
VF-124
NJ452
NJ423
05/1984
05/1990
a/c stricken 25.01.1993
162591 F-14A VF-124
VX-9
NSAWC
NJ453 10/1989
02/1999
04/2001
exhibit at Quonset Air Museum, Rhode Island since 01/2002
162592 F-14A VF-154
VF-154
NSAWC

NF105
02/1999
04/2001
10/2003
Simi Valley, CA at the Ronald Regan Library painted as BuNu # 160403 of VF-41, the famous MiG killer
162593 F-14A VF-124 NJ455 17.08.1987
162594 F-14A VF-111
VF-101
NL200
AD263
01/1991
04/2001
crashed 03.10.2002 in the Gulf of Mexico, tailfin washed ashore on an isolated beach west of Cork, in Ireland, on 5 May 2006. Click here for a photo.
162595 F-14A NF-14D testbed, today
exhibit NAWC AD, Maryland
162596 F-14A VF-2 NE201 22.09.1988
162597 F-14A VF-1 NE100 07/1991
a/c stricken 18.02.1999
162598 F-14A a/c stricken 04.09.1997
162599 F-14A VF-213 NH101 crashed 29.01.1996. The Black Lions F-14 crashed in a suburban area near Nashville, Tenn. The Tomcat had just taken off from the Air National Guard's Berry Field for its return to NAS Miramar, as part of a routine airways navigation training flight. Both crew members plus three more civilians on the ground were killed.
162600 F-14A VF-2
VF-211
VF-101
NE203
NG106
AD160
1984
02/1999
04/2001
SARDIP 02/2002
162601 F-14A VF-154
VF-154

NF112
02/1999
04/2001
162602 F-14A VF-51
VF-51
NL100
NL102
04/1985
crashed 11.07.1994: In the course of a night landing aboard USS Kitty Hawk the F-14 struck the ramp and exploded. The resulting fireball rolled down the flight deck as the Tomcat broke apart. A drop tank spewed fuel as it slid into the catwalk, carrying the flames with it. The crew ejected. The RIO landed on the forward part of the ship and was only slightly injured, but the pilot descended into the burning fuel in the landing area and was successfully rescued. Click here or here for photos of the wreckage.
162603 F-14A VF-1


VF-211
NE103


NG105
162603 scored the only F-14 air-to-air kill during Desert Storm on 06.02.1991 when shooting down a Mil Mi-8 Hip helicopter.
A/C crashed 23.06.2000 while flying from USS John C. Stennis. Cause: Possibly a cold cat shot. Both crew were able to eject and were rescued.
162604 F-14A VF-2
VF-14
VF-101
NE205
AJ203
AD136
08/1988
04/2001
01/2003
162605 F-14A VF-1 NE104 15.07.1987
162606 F-14A VF-2
VF-211

NSAWC
NE201

15
11/1989
02/1999
04/2001
15.08.2001
SARDIP August 2002
162607 F-14A VF-32 AC100 1999
a/c stricken 17.03.1999
162608 F-14A VF-2
VF-41
VF-41
NSAWC
NE200

AJ101
08/1992
02/1999
04/2001
10/2003 & going to be displayed in
Regan museum, Pt.Magu, CA.
162609 F-14A a/c stricken 07.09.1988
162610 F-14A VF-154
VF-154
VF-211

NF111
AB102
02/1999
04/2001 08/2004
AMARC 10/2004
162611 F-14A VF-154
VF-154

NF113
02/1999
04/2001
exhibit at the USS Alabama Battleship Park in Mobile, AL



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