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Photo ID: 1465338
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Grumman F-14A Tomcat
Abingdon (ABB)
UK - England, September 24, 1988
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161134 (cn 361) Of VF-84 'Jolly Rogers' based at NAS Oceana and assigned to USS Theodore Roosevelt. Shot on the Press preview for the airshow. The show had to be cancelled because a RAF Phantom crashed shortly after this photograph was taken, sadly, killing the crew. This F-14 is currently on display at the Valiant Air Command Museum, Titusville, Florida.
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Photo ID: 1251742
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Grumman F-14A Tomcat
Abingdon (ABB)
UK - England, September 23, 1988
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161134 / AJ-211 (cn 361) Of VF-84 'Jolly Rogers' based at NAS Oceana and assigned to USS Theodore Roosevelt. Currently on display at the Valiant Air Command Museum, Titusville, Florida.
Mike Freer - Touchdown-aviation
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Photo ID: 0619244
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Grumman F-14A Tomcat
Titusville (/ Cocoa Beach) - Space Coast Regional (Space Center Executive / Tico) (TIX / KTIX)
USA - Florida, October 2001
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161134 / 114 (cn 361) How did the mighty F-14 end up in a museum? In the late 70's and the 80's the F-14 Tomcat reigned as the supreme naval fighter however time catches up with us all. On display in the Valiant Air Command Museum, F-14A Tomcat Bu.No 161134 looks to be in excellent condition.
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