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F/A 18 Hornet of the Fighting Redcocks VFA 22

F/A 18 Hornet of the Fighting Redcocks VFA 22 - f-18, fighting redcocks, hornet, 1080i, wallpaper, Entropy, 1080p, vfa22, cairrer, 1920 x 1080
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The of Strike Fighter Squadron 22 have been a critical part of Naval Aviation for more than 50 years. Originally commissioned as Fighter Squadron SIXTY-THREE at Naval Air Station (NAS) Norfolk, Virginia in 1948, the squadron's official designation was changed to Attack Squadron 22 in July 1959. The first Redcock aviators flew the Grumman F-8F BEARCAT and succeeding pilots progressed through the Vought F-4U CORSAIR, Grumman F9F-2/5 PANTHER, Grumman F9F-6/8 COUGAR, North American FJ-4B FURY, Douglas A-4B/C/D/F SKYHAWK, and the Vought A-7E CORSAIR II. Today, the 177 enlisted men and women and 25 officers of VFA-22 are based in NAS Lemoore, California, maintaining and flying the McDonnell-Douglas FA-18C Night Attack HORNET.
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The of Strike Fighter Squadron 22 have been a critical part of Naval Aviation for more than 50 years. Originally commissioned as Fighter Squadron SIXTY-THREE at Naval Air Station (NAS) Norfolk, Virginia in 1948, the squadron's official designation was changed to Attack Squadron 22 in July 1959. The first Redcock aviators flew the Grumman F-8F BEARCAT and succeeding pilots progressed through the Vought F-4U CORSAIR, Grumman F9F-2/5 PANTHER, Grumman F9F-6/8 COUGAR, North American FJ-4B FURY, Douglas A-4B/C/D/F SKYHAWK, and the Vought A-7E CORSAIR II. Today, the 177 enlisted men and women and 25 officers of VFA-22 are based in NAS Lemoore, California, maintaining and flying the McDonnell-Douglas FA-18C Night Attack HORNET.
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emma999
Posted by emma999 on 11/28/17 at 12:08 PM
Great moment!:):)
VFA22Nightfly
Posted by VFA22Nightfly on 03/01/11 at 11:58 PM
Nice pic...thanks for including the bio
alek35
Posted by alek35 on 02/17/10 at 02:54 PM
very cute one+1,fav
mikemac666
Posted by mikemac666 on 02/17/10 at 12:53 PM
Thats some shot WILL...+++
nigel505
Posted by nigel505 on 02/17/10 at 12:19 PM
WOW,eXcellent wow +1 WOW
missdeviousone
Posted by missdeviousone on 02/17/10 at 12:11 PM
Nice!
kinglear33
Posted by kinglear33 on 02/17/10 at 03:27 AM
great pic :)
sweetwitchy
Posted by sweetwitchy on 02/16/10 at 10:35 PM
Excellent shot!!
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Uploaded By: Entropy
Date Uploaded: February 17, 2010
Filename: F-18-Hornet-03.jpg
Original Resolution: 1920x1080
File Size: 1MB
Category: Military

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