How two F-14 Tomcats shot down two Gaddafi’s MiG-23s, On This Day in 1989 - The Aviationist
U.S. Navy F-14 vs Libyan MiG-23. After two F-14 Tomcats from the VF-41 Black Aces shot down two Su-22 Fitters on Aug. 19, 1981 and, above all, after Operation El Dorado Canyon, the air strike launched on Apr. 15, 1986, against Libya, Colonel Gaddafi and its regime went off
A U.S. Navy F-14A Tomcat releases a GBU-24B/B Hard Target Penetrator Laser-Guided Bomb while in a in a 45-degree dive during ordnance separation testing on May 10, 1996. The Navy is conducting the tests at Naval Air Station Patuxent River, Md., as part of an air-to-ground development program to support clearance for use of the weapon in the fleet by F-14 Tomcats. This Tomcat is assigned to the Strike Aircraft Test Squadron at Patuxent River. DoD photo by Vernon Pugh.
Aviation Photo #1105694: Grumman F-14D Tomcat - USA - Navy
VF-31 - Photo taken at Virginia Beach - Oceana NAS / Apollo Soucek Field (NTU / KNTU) in Virginia, USA on August 2, 2006.