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Email Autor Correction ID #970109 / 161 Views
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30-April-2010
159731 This aircraft used to belong to the Sea Control Squadron 41, which was based at Naval Air Station North Island,CA.
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26-June-2007
159407 The last operational Squadron of the S-3B Vikings is currently on its last deployment onboard the USS John C. Stennis operating in the North Arabian Sea. The "Topcatters" are due to disband in 2008 retiring this quite odd looking aircraft
Email Autor Correction ID #642751 / 162 Views
26-June-2007
159387 Another "Topcatter" with folded wings onboard USS John C. Stennis ! Thanks for two wonderful days onboard CVN74 currently deployed in the North Arabian Sea
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26-June-2007
160601 Onboard the USS John C. Stennis belonging to VS-31 Topcats ! Thanks for two wonderful days onboard CVN74 currently deployed in the North Arabian Sea
Email Autor Correction ID #579344 / 309 Views
18-November-2005
160602 S-3B Viking of VS-24 ready to launch from Cat # 4 aboard the CVN-71in the Persian Gulf - note the shooters left and right hand sight!
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20-March-2006
160123 Retired 2005,on display at Air Zoo.
Email Autor Correction ID #227689 / 198 Views
26-June-2004
159390 ON BOARD CV-67 John F. Kennedy
Email Autor Correction ID #82785 / 157 Views
1-February-2003
160148 coded 701 "VS-22", in company with 704.
Email Autor Correction ID #82784 / 243 Views
1-February-2003
160142 coded 707 "VS-22", in company with 702 and 706. Port of Trieste, Italy in background.
Email Autor Correction ID #35751 / 235 Views
3-June-2002
On final for North Island NAS. Was a D-60 worth it? You tell me...
Email Autor Correction ID #27076 / 257 Views
-March-2002
160124 This is the Squadron C.O./Lead aircraft which allows it have colored markings, as opposed to the standard sea gray colors. This is from VS-35, the Blue Wolves of the USS Lincoln carrier group.
Email Autor Correction ID #18564 / 135 Views
25-February-2002
159416 / VS-41 S-3 returning from a training mission.
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