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Grumman F-14A Tomcat
Marietta - Dobbins ARB (Atlanta NAS) (MGE / KMGE)
USA - Georgia, June 25, 1989
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161619 / NK-210 (cn 478) That warm Sunday morning was the only time I was able to photograph Tomcats from sister squadrons VF-21 and 154 (both then assigned to CVW-14). Fighting 21 Freelancers were firm adherents to hi-viz schemes for a while, and this is a good example. I believe photographer C.J. "Heater" Heatley III (book, The Cutting Edge) was commander of the squadron then.
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Grumman F-14A Tomcat (G-303)
Marietta - Dobbins ARB (Atlanta NAS) (MGE / KMGE)
USA - Georgia, June 25, 1989
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160682 / NK-110 Parked just a short distance away from another Tomcat from sister squadron VF-21 was this one from Fighting 154 Black Knights, seen on the NAS Atlanta main ramp. Unlike the Freelancers, the 'Knights more readily embraced the TPS scheme, as evidenced by this aircraft. A based VR-46 C-9 and Hangar 1 appear in the background. Both units were home-based at NAS Miramar, CA.
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USA - Marines
McDonnell Douglas F-4S Phantom II
Marietta - Dobbins ARB (Atlanta NAS) (MGE / KMGE)
USA - Georgia, October 12, 1989
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153887 / MG-00 It's subtle blue-gray tones looking quite agreeable with the vivid sky background, this Sierra-model Phantom turns onto final for a Rwy 11 landing. All-Weather Fighter Attack Sqn. 321 Hell's Angels at NAF Washington (Andrews AFB) were notable for their application of this peculiar (and attractive) brand of the Tactical Paint Scheme to their aircraft; it seemed sort of a throwback to the Air Superiority Blue colors of the early F-15 Eagles that was superseded by gray scheme. MAG CO's plane (00).
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McDonnell Douglas RF-4C Phantom II
Marietta - Dobbins ARB (Atlanta NAS) (MGE / KMGE)
USA - Georgia, January 15, 1989
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65-0942 The dull colors of its Europe One scheme look surprisingly attractive with the gold trim and good lighting as this Magnolia Militia recce Phantom taxies past NAS Atlanta on its way to the Dobbins t-line. From the 186th Tactical Recon. Grp., MS ANG, Key Field, MS.
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Grumman F-14A Tomcat
Marietta - Dobbins ARB (Atlanta NAS) (MGE / KMGE)
USA - Georgia, October 13, 1989
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162708 / AF-101 (cn 554) This image of a fresh appearing Tomcat belies the story behind its presence on the main line at NAS Atlanta. An incident occurred to this aircraft when departing an air show, and it landed here, where it underwent extensive repairs for several months (see photo 2002400 for story). On this date, it was out on the line for engine calibration (note the red engine intake screen); it was another 2 weeks or so before it finally departed. Sqn. COs bird, VF-201 Hunters, NAS Dallas, TX.
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