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In 1979 most fighter squadrons in the us navy was replacing their F-4 Phantom with F-14 Tomcats. With the introduction of the multirole Tomcat not only the Fighter mission was taken over by the F-14, also the photo recce mission was could be fulfilled by the Tomcats TARPS pod which came into service in 1981. While the VFP squadrons remained in service until the mid-80s the heavy photo recce squadrons was being phased out of service in the late 70s, partially due to the fact that their mission was being replaced by the TARPS pods but also due to the size of the aircraft they were flying. The last deployment ever of a RVAh squadron was RVAH-7s deployment aboard USS Ranger (CVA-61) that ended on Sep. 22nd, 1979. The black noses of their squadrons aircraft commemorate the fact that the Vigilante would no longer be deployed aboard a aircraft carrier. Click the image below to be taken to the RVAH-7 section [...]

Bomber Vigi

A new print was just made available. This is the first print from my hand of a A-5A Vigilante. This one from VAH-7 "Peacemakers of the Fleet" as they appeared while aboard USS Enterprise in 1962. Notice this one is the CAG bird, with the double nuts modex number and the multicolored stars on the rudder. The thumbnail below will direct you to from where you can purchase the print. The print is available in three sizes 16x12, 24x16 and 40x16 inches

VAH/RVAH section

The VAH/RVAH section is the first section to see the light of day on this site. As the profiles are now sorted by squadrons rather than by aircraft type, the first section to be added is the VAH/RVAH Section. Any and all squadron that have ever been flying with either of the two designations will be featured in this section. Click the thumbnail below to be taken to the VAH/RVAH section: A-5A Vigilante, VAH-1 "Smokin´ Tigers", 1962 Subscribe and follow  


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