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Naval Fighters

Aerial Combat from United States Navy Pilots

 



  • BOEING B-50

  • Chance Vought F7U-1 Cutlass

  • Consolidated PB4Y-2/P4Y-2 Privateer

  • Douglas R4D-8/C-117D Super Gooney

  • Grumman F6F Hellcat

  • NF91 McDonnell F2H-3/4 “Big Banjo”

  • Naval Fighter Number Twenty-Six: Grumman Swing-Wing XF10F-1 Jaguar

  • Naval Fighters Fifty-Nine: Grumman F9F Panther Part One - Development, Testing, Structures

  • Naval Fighters Number Eight-Three: Lockheed R6O/R6V Constitution

  • Naval Fighters Number Eighty-Four: Grumman JF/J2F Duck

  • Naval Fighters Number Eighty-One: Bell XFL-1 Airabonita

  • Naval Fighters Number Eighty-Two: USN/USNC Two-Seat Skyhawks TA-4F, E-4F, TA-4J, and OA-4M

  • Naval Fighters Number Eighty: Grumman F8F Bearcat

  • Naval Fighters Number Eleven: Grumman HU-16 Albatross USN, USCG, USAF and Foreign

  • Naval Fighters Number Fifty-Eight: North American QF-86E/F/H/ Sabre - Full Scale Aerial Targets

  • Naval Fighters Number Fifty-Five: McDonnell Douglas A-4M Skyhawk

  • Naval Fighters Number Fifty-One: Douglas A-4E/F Skyhawk in Navy Service

  • Naval Fighters Number Fifty-Seven: Douglas D-558-2 Skyrocket

  • Naval Fighters Number Fifty-Six: Douglas D-558-1 Skystreak

  • Naval Fighters Number Fifty-Two: Douglas A-4E/F Skyhawk in Marine Service

  • Naval Fighters Number Fifty: USMC/USMCR/USNR Douglas A-4A/B Skyhawk

  • Naval Fighters Number Five: North American T-28 Trojan - The T-28 in Navy, Air Force, and Foreign Service

  • Naval Fighters Number Forty-Eight: Kaiser Fleetwings XBTK-1

  • Naval Fighters Number Forty-Five: Douglas A3D Skywarrior Part One - Design/Structures/Testing

  • Naval Fighters Number Forty-Four: Grumman's Mach-2 International F11F-1F Supertiger

  • Naval Fighters Number Forty-Nine: Douglas A-4A/B Skyhawk in Navy Service

  • Naval Fighters Number Forty-One: Grumman Navy F-111B Swing Wing

  • Naval Fighters Number Forty-Seven: 'The Reluctant Dragon' The Curtiss S03C Seagull/Seamew

  • Naval Fighters Number Forty-Six: ;Fleet Whales' Douglas A-3 Skywarrior Part 2

  • Naval Fighters Number Forty-Two: Lockheed T2V-1/T-1A Seastar

  • Naval Fighters Number Forty: Grumman F11F Tiger

  • Naval Fighters Number Four: Douglas T3B Skynight - Includes data on the Swept-winged F3D-3 and the F6D-1 Missileer

  • Naval Fighters Number Fourteen: Convair T-29 Flying Classroom, R4Y/C-131 Samaritan and CC-109 Cosmopolitan USN, USCG, USAF, and Foreign

  • Naval Fighters Number Nine: Chance Vought F6U Pirate

  • Naval Fighters Number Ninety: Northrop BT-1

  • Naval Fighters Number Seventy-Eight: Vought TA-7C/EA-7L, A-7K 'Twosair'

  • Naval Fighters Number Seventy-Five: Grumman F7F Tigercat

  • Naval Fighters Number Seventy-Four: The Martin P5M Control Seaplane

  • Naval Fighters Number Seventy-Nine: Curtiss F9C Sparrowhawk - Airship Fighters

  • Naval Fighters Number Seventy-One: Douglas TBD-1 Devastator

  • Naval Fighters Number Seventy-Six: Brewster SB2A Bermuda/Buccaneer

  • Naval Fighters Number Seventy-Three: Early Banshees' The McDonnell F2H-1, F2H-2/2B/2N/2P

  • Naval Fighters Number Seventy-Two: Temco TT-1 Pinto

  • Naval Fighters Number Seventy: The Forgotten Bell HSL - U.S. Navy's First All-Weather Anti-Submarine Warfare Helicopter

  • Naval Fighters Number Six: Chance Vought F7U Cutlass

  • Naval Fighters Number Sixteen: Vought’s F-8 Crusader Part One

  • Naval Fighters Number Sixty Four: North American A-5A RA-5C Vigilante

  • Naval Fighters Number Sixty-Eight: Grumman F9F-8T/TF-9J Two-seat Cougars

  • Naval Fighters Number Sixty-Five: Boeing X78B-1 - Five-in-one Fighter

  • Naval Fighters Number Sixty-Nine: Navy and Marine Fleet Single-Seat F9F Cougar Squadrons

  • Naval Fighters Number Sixty-One: Grumman F9F Part 3 - Navy Panthers: Korea and Beyond

  • Naval Fighters Number Sixty-Seven: Grumman F9F-6P/8P Photo-Cougar

  • Naval Fighters Number Sixty-Six: Grumman F9F-6/7/8 Cougar Part One - Design, Testing, Structures and Blue Angels

  • Naval Fighters Number Sixty-Two: Curtiss XBT2C-1 - Bomber/Torpedo Aircraft Prototype

  • Naval Fighters Number Sixty: Grumman F9F Part Two USMC Panthers - Includes Blue Angels , Reserves and Argentina

  • Naval Fighters Number Thirty Four: Convair XP5Y-1 and R3Y-1/-2 Tradewind

  • Naval Fighters Number Thirty-Eight: Curtiss SC-1/2 Seahawk

  • Naval Fighters Number Thirty-Five: Douglas F5D-1 Skylancer

  • Naval Fighters Number Thirty-Nine: Convair Model 48 Coin Charger

  • Naval Fighters Number Thirty-Six: Douglas XTB2D-1 Skypirate

  • Naval Fighters Number Thirty: Douglas XSB2D-1 and BTD-1 Destroyer

  • Naval Fighters Number Thrity-Three: XTBU-1 and TBY-2 Seawolf

  • Naval Fighters Number Twelve: McDonnell F3H Demon

  • Naval Fighters Number Twenty-Eight: Ryan FR-1 Fireball and XF2R-1 Darkshark

  • Naval Fighters Number Twenty-One: Chance Vought V-173 and XF5U-1 Flying Pancakes

  • Naval Fighters Number Twenty-Two: North American AJ Savage

  • Naval Fighters Number Twenty: Grumman AF Guardian

  • Naval Fighters Numbers Eighty-Nine: Curtiss SOC Seagull

  • Naval FightersNumber Seventy-Seven: Curtiss XBTC-2 'Eggbeater'


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