"Grim Reapers"

Navy Grumman Tomcat of the squadron, nicknamed the "Grim Reapers". --- if i died id convince god to make me an austrialian combat pilot just so i can fly this babe for the rest of my life

Arabian Gulf (Apr. 8, 2004) -- Cmdr. Scott Moyer, Commanding Officer of the "Red Rippers" of Fighter Squadron One One (VF-11) waits for his F-14B Tomcat to launch off the flight deck of USS George Washington (CVN 73). U.S. Navy photo by Photographers Mate 1st Class Brien Aho. (RELEASED)

Scott Moyer, Commanding Officer of the "Red Rippers" of Fighter Squadron One One waits for his Tomcat to launch off the flight deck of USS George Washington (CVN U. Navy photo by Photographers Mate Class Brien Aho.

Grumman F-14A Tomcat vf 142 Ghostriders

Currently taking a long vacation in the sun at DM, this Tomcat is seen here in the smart colours of but last served before retirement in 1992 - Photo taken at Greenham Common (EGVI) [CLOSED] in England, United Kingdom on July

F-14 Tomcat

The Grumman Tomcat enters service with the US Navy September 1974 aboard the USS Enterprise The Tomcat would go on to serve for over 30 years before being retired in The aircraft played a prominent role in such movies as Top Gun and The Final Countdown.

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