F-14

AcronymDefinition
F-14Grumman Tomcat Fighter Aircraft (US Navy)
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Various tidbits include a brief account of an IRIAF Cobra pilot's involvement in a search and rescue effort, disclosure of French-trained mercenaries flying MiGs for the Iraqis, and occasional mention of other types such as the F-14.
VX-30 chief test pilot and F-14 radar intercept officer Cdr.
The film was shot with a Sony camcorder using dime-store planes, remote-controlled tanks, discounted Toys 'R' Us villain robots, an F-14 model jet and a $400 modified go-cart now parked in the back of the garage.
Initially, it was very F-14 centric, training specifically to air-to-air missions.
Right, the ill-fated plane, at far right, flies in formation with another Phantom, left, and two F-14 Tomcats moments before the crash, which killed both crewmen.
In addition to manufacturing subsystems onboard the F-22, Parvus has produced board-level and system-level solutions for the F-15, F-14, EA-6B, E4-B, T-38, QF-4, B1-B, 727, and many other airframes, as well as hundreds of other applications outside of the defense and aerospace industry.
Air wings are in the midst of retiring the F-14 Tomcat, the fleet's long-standing fleet air defense and long-range strike fighter and upgrading to the new F/A-18E/F Super Hornet.
An estimated 100,000 people a day are expected for the three-day festival, where residents will get to see some of the hottest aerial military technology, including F-15 Eagles, FA-18 Hornets and an F-14 Tomcat burner takeoff.
L-3 Vertex will perform modernization, conversion, in-service repair, disassembly, and other categories of heavy/structural depot-level maintenance for a variety of aircraft, including the EA-6B, F-14, F-18, H-60 and P-3, as well as engine overhaul services.
The second is basic air combat training for fleet readiness squadrons (FRS) that train new aircrews in the F-14 Tomcat and F/A-18 Hornet.
The flag introduction was followed by an explosion of fireworks and a flyover by F-4 and F-14 fighter jets from the naval base at Point Mugu.
Smiths supplies a similar actuator on the Sino Swearingen SJ-30-2, and single ram designs on the CN-235, ERJ-145 & 170, F/A-18, F-14, Learjet 45 & 60, P-3, SK-60, and S-3s for various position control functions.