TOMCATS


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TOMCATSTactical Operations Multi-Agency Cargo Anti-Theft Squad
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Brown sandwiched back-to-back Walker 3-pointers in the first quarter with a steal and lay-in as the Tomcats would never lead again.
"She said Victoria and David liked to sponsor the Tomcat Trikes and that Iona had been chosen to receive one.
The Navy recently retired one of its most famous working symbols--the F-14 Tomcat which has been synonymous with naval aviation for more than 30 years.
ROVER upgrades to Carrier Air Wing 8 Tomcats will more than double the number of aircraft flying Operation Iraqi Freedom missions with this unique capability.
I was scheduled for my fifth flight in the FRS and my first time flying form with another Tomcat. My first four flights had gone well, and, being the salty FRS student I now was, I figured flying form is the same--regardless of the aircraft type.
Feline leukaemia virus and feline immunodeficiency virus are far more common in un-neutered tomcats for this reason.
Commander Biff, the leader of an F-14 Tomcat squadron, said the response was without "rhyme or reason".
Far left, naval personnel on the USS Enterprise service F14 Tomcats in the Indian Ocean.
With a ubiquitous outdoor campaign in unusually bright yellow hues, one could do anything but ignore "Tomcats."
The Tomcats, behind a hot-shooting quarter from Williamson, sliced the deficit to 64-59 with three minutes left.
In spring 2008 the Tomcats of Marine Attack Squadron (VMA) 311 departed for a Middle East deployment that split the AV-8B Harrier II squadron into a 10-jet land-based attack force at Al Asad Air Base, Iraq, and a 6-jet detachment (Detachment A) aboard Peleliu (LHA 5) as part of the 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit.
Master Chief Avionics Technician (AW) John Cochran told his instructors they had to convert a "C" school for F-14 Tomcats into an "A" school for five different ratings, and they had less than a month to do it.