VA-146

VA-146 Blue Diamonds

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Rendition pre-1960
John Oliverio

Attack Shock Wave & Diamonds - 1960
Drawn by Bud Southworth

Strike Fighter Mach Wave & Diamonds - 1989
Drawn by Bud Southworth


Patch

  • November 23, 1956. The Shock Wave and Globe patch (not displayed) was created for VA-146. This design consisted of two concentric circles with the outer circle, in dark blue, symbolized the all-encompassing mission of the attack community. The inner circle had a light blue background that was outlined in black and divided into four quadrants. Inside the inner circle was a yellow mach wave symbol and a yellow globe showing North and South America with a dark blue sea. Emanating from North America was a 300-degree arc in black. The mach wave and arc from North America symbolized the range and striking power of the squadron.
  • Pre-1960. This version is taken from an image of a squadron pin. It may have been first used around 1956. My rendition of the globe is the only part that is not 100% accurate. John Oliverio.
  • August 29, 1968. The Mach Wave and Diamonds patch simplified the previous design to bring it in concert with the Blue Diamond nickname. The new patch kept the two concentric circles with an outer circle of dark blue and the inner circle of light blue. Superimposed on the two circles was the yellow mach wave and four dark blue diamonds. Attached to the lower part of the insignia was a scroll outlined in dark blue with a light blue background and lettering in yellow.
  • July 21, 1989. When VA-146 was re-designated VFA-146, the designation in the scroll changed from VA-146 to VFA-146.


Handle

  • 1956 to sometime before 1960, the first nickname used was Blacktails. This name referred to the black color assigned to the squadron's position in the air group.
  • Before 1960 to the present Blue Diamonds was adopted by the squadron sometime in the late 1950s.


Heritage

  • February 1, 1956, Attack Squadron ONE HUNDRED FORTY-SIX (VA-146) was established.
  • July 21, 1989, VA-146 was re-designated Strike Fighter Squadron ONE HUNDRED FORTY-SIX (VFA-146).


Home Ports

  • Date - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Location:
  • 1956 - - - - - - - - - - Naval Air Station Miramar
  • 1962 - - - - - - - - - - Naval Air Station Lemoore


Air Wings

  • Date - - - - - - - - - - - - Tail code - - - - - - - Air Wing
  • 1970 - - - - - - - - ?? - - - - - - CVW-30 Reserves
  • 1956- - - - - - - - A/NK* - - - - - CVG-14/CVW-14†
  • 1968 - - - - - - - - NG - - - - - - CVW-9
  • 1982 - - - - - - - - NE - - - - - - CVW-2
  • 1984 - - - - - - - - NG - - - - - - CVW-9
  • * The tail code was changed from A to NK July 1, 1957.
  • † CVG-14 was re-designated CVW-14 when Carrier Air Group (CVG) designations were re-designated Carrier Air Wings (CVW) on December 20, 1963.


Deployments

  • Departure & Return - - - - - - - - Air Wing - Carrier - Aircraft - - Area of Operations:
  • 01-21-57 to 07-25-57 - CVG-14 - CVA 12 - F9F-8/8B - WestPac
  • 05-27-58 to 08-20-58 - CVG-14 - CVA 61 - FJ-4B - SoLant
  • 01-03-59 to 07-27-59 - CVG-14 - CVA 61 - FJ-4B - WestPac
  • 05-14-60 to 12-15-60 - CVG-14 - CVA 34 - FJ-4B - WestPac
  • 11-09-61 to 05-12-62 - CVG-14 - CVA 16 - FJ-4B - WestPac
  • 02-21-63 to 09-10-63 - CVG-14 - CVA 64 - A-4C - WestPac
  • 05-05-64 to 02-01-65 - CVW-14 - CVA 64 - A-4C - WestPac/Vietnam
  • 12-10-65 to 08-25-66 - CVW-14 - CVA 61 - A-4C - WestPac/Vietnam
  • 04-29-67 to 12-04-67 - CVW-14 - CVA 64 - A-4C - WestPac/Vietnam
  • 01-06-69 to 07-02-69 - CVW-9- - CVAN 65 - A-7B - WestPac/Vietnam
  • 04-10-70 to 12-21-70 - CVW-9- - CVA 66 - A-7E - WestPac/Vietnam
  • 10-01-71 to 06-30-72 - CVW-9- - CVA 64 - A-7E - WestPac/Vietnam
  • 01-05-73 to 10-11-73 - CVW-9- - CVA 64 - A-7E - WestPac/Vietnam
  • 06-21-74 to 12-22-74 - CVW-9- - CVA 64 - A-7E - WestPac/IO
  • 04-12-77 to 11-21-77 - CVW-9- - CV 64 -- A-7E - WestPac
  • 09-26-78 to 05-17-79 - CVW-9- - CV 64 -- A-7E - WestPac/IO
  • 02-26-80 to 10-15-80 - CVW-9- - CV 64 -- A-7E - WestPac/IO
  • 10-20-81 to 05-23-82 - CVW-9- - CV 64 -- A-7E - WestPac/IO
  • 01-13-84 to 08-01-84 - CVW-2- - CV 63 -- A-7E - WestPac/IO
  • 07-24-85 to 12-21-85 - CVW-9- - CV 63 -- A-7E - WestPac/IO
  • 01-03-87 to 06-29-87 - CVW-9- - CV 63 -- A-7E - World Cruise
  • 09-02-88 to 02-27-89 - CVW-9- - CVN 68 - A-7E - WestPac/IO
  • 06-15-89 to 07-09-89 - CVW-9- - CVN 68 - A-7E - NorPac

 


Aircraft

 


Commanding Officers

  • Date Assumed Command - - - - - - - Commanding Officer
  • 1956 - - - - - - - - - - CDR E. V. Davidson
  • 1957 - - - - - - - - - - CDR J. R. Kincaid
  • 1958 - - - - - - - - - - LCDR W. W. Alldredge
  • 1959 - - - - - - - - - - CDR G. S. Hodgson
  • 1960 - - - - - - - - - - LCDR J. R. Faulk
  • 1961 - - - - - - - - - - CDR R. G. Hanecak
  • 1963 - - - - - - - - - - CDR J. D. Ingram
  • 1963 - - - - - - - - - - CDR E. V. Crangle
  • 1964 - - - - - - - - - - CDR W. H. Harris
  • 1965 - - - - - - - - - - CDR H. B. Loheed
  • 1966 - - - - - - - - - - CDR A. A. Schaufelberger
  • 1967 - - - - - - - - - - CDR R. F. Dunn
  • 1967 - - - - - - - - - - CDR P. E. Johnson
  • 1968 - - - - - - - - - - CDR Ford J. E. Schultz
  • 1969 - - - - - - - - - - CDR Jesse R. Emerson III
  • 1969 - - - - - - - - - - CDR Wayne L. Stephens
  • 1971 - - - - - - - - - - CDR Manual B. Sousa
  • 1971 - - - - - - - - - - CDR John A. Miller
  • 1972 - - - - - - - - - - CDR O. F. Baldwin
  • 1974 - - - - - - - - - - CDR D. K. Tyler
  • 1975 - - - - - - - - - - CDR L. A. Sanders
  • 1976 - - - - - - - - - - CDR R. I. Howson
  • 1977 - - - - - - - - - - CDR Lawrence H. Price
  • 1978 - - - - - - - - - - CDR J. A. Lair
  • 1980 - - - - - - - - - - CDR L. J. Vernon
  • 1981 - - - - - - - - - - CDR W. S. Orr
  • 1982 - - - - - - - - - - CDR M. G. Shaw
  • 1983 - - - - - - - - - - CDR P. C. Campbell
  • 1985 - - - - - - - - - - CDR G. N. Crim, Jr.
  • 1986 - - - - - - - - - - CDR R. E. Arnott
  • 1988 - - - - - - - - - - CDR David C. Kendall
  • 1989 - - - - - - - - - - CDR Phillip H. Mills
  • 1990 - - - - - - - - - - CDR Steven E. Davis
  • 1998 - - - - - - - - - - CDR Stephen Laukaitis
  • 1999 - - - - - - - - - - CDR Cmdr Steve Brennan
  • 2000 - - - - - - - - - - CDR Jeffrey Hansen
  • 2000 - - - - - - - - - - CDR Raymond Hoffman, Executive Officer


Events

  • February 1, 1956:
    Attack Squadron ONE HUNDRED FORTY-SIX (VA-146) established at Naval Air Station Miramar, California. The squadron was assigned the straight winged F-9F6 Grumman Panther and the swept wing F-9F8 Grumman Cougar.

  • September 1957:
    VA-146 was assigned the FJ-4B North American Fury.

  • January 17 to 21, 1960:
    VA-146 squadron aircraft participated in a coast to coast non-stop cross country flight.

  • June 1962:
    VA-146 was assigned the A-4C (A4D-2N) Douglas Skyhawk.

  • July 8, 1963:
    Lt(jg) D.R. Gissel in A-4C BuNo 149568 crashed 3 miles ahead of ship. Pilot was returned to ship but died as a result of injuries.
    USS Constellation, Deck Log, Monday, July 8, 1963
  • June 8 through July 13, 1964:
    The Blue Diamonds participated in Yankee Team Operations. These operations involved photo reconnaissance missions over Laos. The squadron's A-4C Skyhawks were used to provide tanker and rocket-armed escort support for the photo reconnaissance sorties over Laos and South Vietnam. This type of support was also provided by the squadron during the period August 15 to September 20, 1964.

  • August 4 & 5, 1964:
    Skyhawks from VA-146 flew night sorties in support of Desoto Patrol operations conducted by American destroyers operating in international waters off the coast of North Vietnam. These sorties were the result of attacks conducted against United States Ship Maddox DD 731, by North Vietnamese motor torpedo boats on August 2, 1964. The American destroyer had been collecting signal intelligence in Desoto Patrol operations when this incident occurred.

  • August 5, 1964:
    VA-146 aircraft participated in Operation Pierce Arrow. This operation involved retaliatory air strikes against North Vietnamese torpedo boats and their bases and supporting facilities because of the attacks against the United States Ship Maddox DD 731, and United States Ship Turner Joy DD 951, on August 4 by North Vietnamese motor torpedo boats. VA-146's A-4Cs flew 8 sorties against two installations. They experienced heavy antiaircraft ground fire but none of their aircraft were damaged. The sorties by VA-146 and the other units of CVW-14 against Hon Gay and the torpedo boats operating near Hon Me Island resulted in the sinking or damaging of 8 torpedo boats.

  • August 5, 1964:
    VA-146 was one of the first squadrons to employ the A-4C in combat.

  • November 13, 1964:
    Lt(jg). James H. Knollmueller in A-4C BuNo 149570 NK 606 collided with VMCJ-1 RF-8A 146879. Knollmueller ejected and was rescued uninjured. Capt Darl R. Bloom did not excape his RF-8A.
    Clearfield, Curwensville, Philipsburg, Moshannan Valley, PA TheProgress article

  • June 25, 1966:
    Lt. Francies Hugh Magee was shot down by AAA in A-4C BuNo 149567 and went into the sea near Vinh and was recovered.
  • June 29, 1966:
    CDR Schaufelberger led a 28 plane strike of VA-146 and other CVW-14 aircraft against the Haiphong POL complex. This was the first American strike against this complex.

  • August 8, 1967:
    LCDR J. Casimes in A-4C BuNo 147719 crashed off the starboard bow of USS Constellation and was rescued by ship's helo with minor injuries.
    USS Constellation deck log - Tuesday, 8 August, 1967

  • September 30, 1967:
    CDR Robert F. Dunn was awarded a Silver Star for his actions on this date.

  • June 1968 VA-146 was assigned the A-7B Chance Vought Corsair II.

  • June 16, 1969:
    While operating on Yankee Station aboard United States Ship Enterprise CVAN 65, the carrier was ordered north to the Sea of Japan in response to an international incident involving the shoot down of a Navy EC-121 by the North Korean Air Force.

  • April 1970:
    The squadron flew across the country to board an east coast based carrier, United States Ship America CVA 66, for an extended combat deployment to Vietnam.

  • May 1970:
    CDR Stephens, along with other pilots from VA-147, flew the newest update version of the A-7 Corsair II, the A-7E, into combat for the first time.

  • December 1971:
    During their second line period on Yankee Station, VA-146 became the first Navy squadron to use the laser-guided bomb (LGB) during combat in Southeast Asia.

  • May 1972:
    The squadron's A-7Es conducted the first night mining missions for the Corsair II E models when they flew combat mining sorties on North Vietnamese rivers.

  • Feberuary through April 1973:
    VA-146 acted as a deterrent force during Operation Endsweep, the sweeping of mines from North Vietnamese waters.

  • November 1974:
    VA-146, as part of the CVW-9 team aboard United States Ship Constellation, operated in the Persian Gulf. This was the first time in 26 years that an American carrier had entered and operated in the Persian Gulf.

  • March 7, 1979:
    United States Ship Constellation and her air wing were ordered to make a high speed transit to the Indian Ocean from the Philippines in response to the conflict between North and South Yemen.

  • February through October 1980:
    VA-146 made the first western Pacific deployment with the new Forward Looking Infrared Radar System (FLIR) installed on the A-7E Corsair II.

  • 1983:
    The Blue Diamonds were tasked with fleet introduction of the HARM system. This new missile succeeds Shrike and ARM as the primary antiradiation, defense-suppression air-to-surface missile.
     
  • September 1988:
    United States Ship Nimitz CVN 68, with VA-146 embarked, operated in the Sea of Japan in support of the Summer Olympic Games in Seoul, Republic of Korea.

  • July 21, 1989:
    Re-designated Strike Fighter Squadron ONE HUNDRED FORTY SIX (VFA-146).

  • November 18, 1989:
    VFA-146 Received the F/A-18C Boeing Hornet


Awards

  • Award - - - - - - - - - Inclusive Dates:

  • AFEM
    • 09 Oct 1960 to 12 Oct 1960
    • 20 Dec 1961 to 21 Dec 1961
    • 28 Feb 1962 to 06 Mar 1962
    • 06 Jun 1964 to 13 Jul 1964
    • 04 Aug 1964 to 21 Sep 1964
    • 29 Oct 1964 to 23 Nov 1964
    • 20 Apr 1969 to 11 May 1969
    • 24 Sep 1970 to 26 Sep 1970
    • 02 Nov 1988 to 05 Dec 1988
  • MUC
    • 26 May 1970 to 08 Nov 1970
    • 12 Mar 1979 to 19 Apr 1979
    • 17 May 1979 to 31 May 1980
    • 21 Jan 1987 to 17 May 1987
  • NEM
    • 12 Mar 1979 to 19 Apr 1979
    • 26 Apr 1980 to 04 Aug 1980
    • 12 Aug 1980 to 19 Aug 1980
  • NUC
    • 02 Aug 1964 to 05 Aug 1964
    • 10 Jan 1966 to 06 Aug 1966
    • 18 May 1967 to 26 Nov 1967
  • PUC
    • 22 Oct 1971 to 13 Jun 1972
  • RVNGC
    • 24 Jan 1966
    • 26 Jan 1966 to 27 Jan 1966
    • 30 Jan 1966
    • 04 Feb 1966
    • 06 Feb 1966
    • 24 Feb 1966
    • 26 Feb 1966 to 28 Feb 1966
    • 04 Mar 1966
    • 06 Mar 1966 to 12 Mar 1966
    • 20 Mar 1966
    • 27 Apr 1966 to 28 Apr 1966
    • 01 May 1967 to 01 Nov 1967
    • 31 Mar 1969 to 03 Apr 1969
    • 05 Apr 1969
    • 31 May 1969 to 16 Jun 1969
    • 30 Mar 1972 to 01 Jun 1972
  • VNSM
    • 15 Jan 1966 to 12 Feb 1966
    • 23 Feb 1966 to 22 Mar 1966
    • 12 Apr 1966 to 09 May 1966
    • 30 May 1966 to 30 Jun 1966
    • 13 Jul 1966 to 06 Aug 1966
    • 08 Jun 1967 to 11 Jun 1967
    • 18 Jun 1967 to 25 Jul 1967
    • 01 Aug 1967 to 03 Sep 1967
    • 25 Sep 1967 to 15 Oct 1967
    • 24 Oct 1967 to 12 Nov 1967
    • 30 Mar 1969 to 18 Apr 1969
    • 22 May 1969 to 24 May 1969
    • 29 May 1969 to 17 Jun 1969
    • 17 May 1970
    • 19 May 1970
    • 24 May 1970 to 16 Jun 1970
    • 28 Jun 1970 to 13 Jul 1970
    • 20 Jul 1970 to 04 Aug 1970
    • 24 Aug 1970 to 18 Sep 1970
    • 13 Oct 1970 to 08 Nov 1970
    • 02 Nov 1971 to 22 Nov 1971
    • 29 Nov 1971 to 31 Dec 1971
    • 09 Jan 1972 to 03 Feb 1972
    • 09 Feb 1972 to 02 Mar 1972
    • 13 Mar 1972 to 23 Mar 1972
    • 07 Apr 1972 to 18 May 1972
    • 24 May 1972 to 25 May 1972
    • 31 May 1972 to 13 Jun 1972
    • 25 Feb 1973 to 14 Mar 1973
    • 19 Mar 1973 to 28 Mar 1973

Photographs


13 AUG 1962: Blue Diamonds Skyhawk flight line, from left to right: BuNo 149568, NK-607, BuNo149567, NK-608, BuNo 149562, BuNo 149559, NK-610 and BuNo 149558, NK-611.
U.S. Navy

1962: Blue Diamonds Skyhawk flight line, from front: BuNo 149582, NK-601, BuNo 149580, NK-602, BuNo 149575, NK-603, BuNo 149571, NK-605, BuNo 149570, NK-606, BuNo 149568, NK-607 & BuNo 149567.
U.S. Navy

13 Aug 1962 Blue Diamonds Skyhawk flight line, from left to right: BuNo 149568, NK-607, BuNo149567, NK-608, BuNo 149562, BuNo 149559, NK-610 and BuNo 149558, NK-611.
US Navy photograph, Gary Verver Collection.

1963 Road Runner Skyhawks BuNo 149560, BuNo 149574, BuNo 149578, NK-413, BuNo 149552, NK-403, BuNo 149576 and Blue Blazers Skyhawks BuNo 149568 & Bu No 149562 as they pass the USS Arizona Memorial.
Naval Aviation News photo.

1963 Road Runner Skyhawks BuNo 149552, NK-403, BuNo 149560, BuNo 149574, BuNo 149577 & BuNo 149578, NK-413 and Blue Diamonds Skyhawk BuNo 149554 as they pass the USS Arizona Memorial.
Naval Aviation News photo.

Circa 1964: USS Hassayampa (AO-145) refueling USS Constellation (CVA-64) to port; USS Richard B. Anderson (DD-786) to starboard. Aircraft on deck are from CVW-14 (NK) including VF-141 Iron Angels F-8E Crusaders, VF-143 Pukin Dogs F-4B Phantom IIs, VAH-10 Vikings A-3B Skywarriors, VA-144 Road Runners A-4C Skyhawks, VA-145 Swordsmen (-1H/J Skyraiders, VA-146 Blue Diamonds A-4C Skyhawks, VFP-63 Eyes of the Feet Det.F RF-8A Crusaders, VAW-11 Early Eleven Det.F E-1B Tracers, and HU-1 Fleet Angels Det.F UH-2B Seasprites, circa 1964.

VA-146 A-4C Skyhawk BuNo. 149582 - 1964
A couple of A-4C Skyhawks are pictured on the United States Ship Constellation elevator. VA-146 A-4C Skyhawk BuNo. 149582 and side number NK 601 shares the elevator with VA-144 Skyhawk BuNo. 149561 and side number NK 408. On this 1964 - 1965 Vietnam cruise VA-144 pilot LTJG Ev Alverez was shot down and taken prisoner. VA-146 lost an A-4C on 11/13/64 but the pilot was recovered.
United States Navy photograph from James C. Ritchie

Two A-4C "Skyhawk" aircraft, of Attack Squadron 146 fly past USS Kearsarge (CVS-33), 12 August 1964. These planes, from USS Constellation (CVA-64), are Bureau #s 149551 and 149570.
Official U.S. Navy Photograph - Photo #: USN 1107965.
Courtesy of Gary Verver

OCT 1964: Left rear view of VA-146 Blue Diamonds A-4C Skyhawk BuNo 149575, NK-600, on the ramp next to VA-146 A-4C BuNo 148521, NAS Lemoore, October 1964. Copyright R.W. Harrison.

DEC 65-AUG 66:
Three VA-146 A-4Charlies being manned for launch aboard CVA-61 during a WestPac Cruise. BuNo 147812, NK-606; BuNo 149582, NK-601; and BuNo 147797, NK-603.
VA-146 BuNo 147768 NK-615 trapping, with VA-55 NK-401 on deck.
Photos from Jim Kirwan.

BuNo.149567 in Japan a month before it is shot down.

Oct 1966 BuNo 149575, NK-600, parked on the flight line.
Clay Jansson via Tailhook Association.

Blue Diamonds Skyhawks BuNo 147690, NK-600, BuNo 147761, NK-605, BuNo 149679, NK-611 and BuNo 14782x aboard the Connie. Naval Aviation News photo.
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  • BuNo 149579 aboard CVA-64, U.S.S. Constellation, 1967.

  • 06 OCT 1967: The amazing thing about that photo, is that it was taken routinely prior to a launch, on 6 October 1967. That very missile then took down the center span of the Chieng Chang RR/Hwy bridge, on the main supply route between Hanoi & the Chinese border. This strike resulted in the citation. Hugh Magee.

    1971 - 72 CVA-64: "Blue Diamonds" A-7E aboard CVA-64 with CVW-9.
    George Shattuck

    1971 - 72 CVA-64: "Blue Diamonds" A-7E aboard CVA-64 with CVW-9.
    George Shattuck

    1971 - 72 CVA-64: "Blue Diamonds" A-7E aboard CVA-64 with CVW-9.
    George Shattuck

    1971 - 72 CVA-64: Sister Squadron VA-147 A-7E aboard CVA-64 with CVW-9.
    George Shattuck

    Sources:
    • Harry S. Gann
    • James C. Ritchie
    • Al Kaplan
  • A-4 Skyhawk aircraft assigned to this unit:

    • Douglas A4D-2 (A-4B) Skyhawk
      • 142116 c/n 11370
        • 18 Jan 1968 - VA-146 - NAS Alameda, CA
        • 14 Feb 1968 - VA-152 - NAS Alameda, CA
      • 142772 c/n 11834
        • 18 Jan 1968 - VA-146 - NAS Alameda, CA
        • 14 Feb 1968 - VA-152 - NAS Alameda, CA
      • 142800 c/n 11862
        • 18 Jan 1968 - VA-146 - NAS Alameda, CA
        • 14 Feb 1968 - VA-152 - NAS Alameda, CA
      • 142869 c/n 11931
        • 05 Feb 1968 - VA-146 - NAS Alameda, CA
        • 14 Feb 1968 - VA-152 - NAS Alameda, CA
      • 144956 C/N 12202
        • 18 Jan 1968 - VA-146 - NAS Alameda, CA
        • 14 Feb 1968 - VA-152 - NAS Alameda, CA
      • 144966 C/N 12212
        • 05 Feb 1968 - VA-146 - NAS Alameda, CA
        • 14 Feb 1968 - VA-152 - NAS Alameda, CA
      • 144994 C/N 12240
        • 12 Feb 1968 - VA-146 - NAS Alameda, CA
        • 14 Feb 1968 - VA-152 - NAS Alameda, CA
      • 145008 C/N 12254
        • 06 Feb 1968 - VA-146 - NAS Alameda, CA
        • 14 Feb 1968 - VA-152 - NAS Alameda, CA
      • 145029 C/N 12275
        • 18 Jan 1968 - VA-146 - NAS Alameda, CA
        • 14 Apr 1968 - VA-152 - NAS Alameda, CA

    • Douglas A4D-2N (A-4C) Skyhawk
      • 147683 C/N 12447
        • 02 Oct 1967 - VA-146 - NAS Alameda, CA
        • 13 Mar 1968 - VA-76 - USS Independence
      • 147690 C/N 12454
        • 15 Feb 1967 - VA-146 - USS Constellation
        • 03 Jan 1968 - VA-36 - USS Intrepid
      • 147710 C/N 12474
        • 18 Mar 1965 - VA-146 - NAS Lemoore, CA
        • 19 Mar 1965 - VA-192 - NAS Lemoore, CA

        • 06 May 1965 - VA-146 - NAS Lemoore, CA
        • 09 Sep 1965 - VA-93 - USS Enterprise
      • 147712 C/N 12476
        • 03 Oct 1967 - VA-146 - USS Constellation
        • 30 Jun 1967 - Stricken - 1S
      • 147719 C/N 12483
        • 17 Mar 1967 - VA-146 - USS Constellation
        • 03 Apr 1967 - NARF - NAS Alameda, CA

        • ?? Apr 1967 - VA-146 - NAS Alameda, CA
        • 08 Aug 1967 - Stricken - 1S
      • 147723 C/N 12487
        • 24 Oct 1966 - VA-146 - USS Constellation
        • 21 Dec 1967 - VA-36 - USS Intrepid
      • 147734 C/N 12498
        • 11 May 1966 - VA-146 - USS Ranger
        • 22 Oct 1966 - VA-113 - USS Enterprise
      • 147746 C/N 12510
        • 07 Sep 1965 – VA-146 - NAS Lemoore, CA
        • 13 Feb 1966 - NAS - NAS Cubi Point, RP
      • 147761 C/N 12525
        • 31 Jul 1967 - VA-146 - NAS Alameda, CA
        • 14 Feb 1968 - VA-152 - NAS Alameda, CA
      • 147768 C/N 12532
        • 11 Oct 1965 - VA-146 - NAS Lemoore, CA
        • 25 Apr 1967 - VA-22 - NAS Lemoore, CA
      • 147797 C/N 12561
        • 04 Oct 1965 - VA-146 - NAS Lemoore, CA
        • 14 Feb 1968 - VA-152 - NAS Alameda, CA
      • 147812 C/N 12576
        • 03 May 1965 – VA-144 - NAS Lemoore, CA
        • 03 Mar 1967 - Stricken - 1S
      • 147825 C/N 12589
        • 15 Jul 1967 - VA-146 - NAS Alameda, CA
        • 14 Feb 1968 - VA-152 - NAS Alameda, CA
      • 147827 C/N 12591
        • 22 Dec 1966 - VA-146 - USS Constellation
        • 14 Feb 1968 - VA-152 - NAS Alameda, CA
      • 147836 C/N 12600
        • 15 Nov 1966 - VA-146 - USS Constellation
        • 14 Feb 1968 - VA-152 - NAS Alameda, CA
      • 147839 C/N 12603
        • 26 Jun 1964 - VA-146 - USS Constellation
        • 21 Aug 1965 - VA-94 - NAS Lemoore, CA
      • 147841 C/N 12605
        • 28 Oct 1966 - VA-146 - USS Constellation
        • 21 Dec 1967 - VA-36 - USS Intrepid
      • 148306 C/N 12616
        • 05 Oct 1966 - VA-146 - USS Constellation
        • 14 Feb 1968 - VA-152 - NAS Alameda, CA
      • 148444 C/N 12637
        • 28 Jun 1963 - VA-146 - USS Constellation
        • 23 Jan 1964 - VA-195 - USS Bon Homme Richard
      • 148474 C/N 12667
        • 11 Oct 1966 - VA-146 - USS Constellation
        • 14 Feb 1968 - VA-152 - NAS Alameda, CA
      • 148493 C/N 12686
        • 13 Oct 1965 - VA-146 - NAS Lemoore, CA
        • 13 Apr 1967 - VA-22 - NAS Lemoore, CA
      • 148497 C/N 12690
        • 17 Nov 1965 - VA-146 - NAS Lemoore, CA
        • 18 Nov 1965 - NAS - NAS Alameda, CA
      • 148521 C/N 12714
        • 01 Jul 1966 - VA-146 - USS Constellation
        • 18 Oct 1966 - VMAAW-332 - MCAS Cherry Point, NC
    • Douglas A4D-2N (A-4C) Skyhawk (Continued)
      • 148555 C/N 12748
        • 13 Oct 1965 - VA-146 - NAS Lemoore, CA
        • 30 Nov 1965 - NAS - NAS Lemoore, CA
      • 148599 C/N 12792
        • 15 Jan 1966 - VA-146 - USS Ranger
        • 23 May 1966 - NAS - NAS Atsugi, Japan
      • 149498 c/n 12823
        • 27 Sep 1963 - VA-146 - NAS Lemoore, CA
        • 01 May 1964 - NAS - NAS Lemoore, CA
      • 149527 c/n 12852
        • 03 May 1965 - VA-146 - NAS Lemoore, CA
        • 01 Feb 1966 - Stricken - 1S
      • 149528 c/n 12853
        • 08 Jun 1965 - VA-146 - NAS Lemoore, CA
        • 23 Sep 1965 - VA-216 - NAS Lemoore, CA
      • 149536 c/n 12861
        • 22 Dec 1966 - VA-146 - USS Constellation
        • 14 Feb 1968 - VA-152 - NAS Alameda, CA
      • 149542 c/n 12867
        • 08 Jun 1964 - VA-146 - USS Constellation
        • 09 Jul 1967 - Stricken - 1S
      • 149550 c/n 12875
        • 07 Jun 1962 - VA-146 - NAS Lemoore, CA
        • 02 Nov 1962 - VA-22 - NAS Lemoore, CA
      • 149551 c/n 12876
        • 01 Oct 1964 - VA-146 - NAS Lemoore, CA
        • 09 Sep 1965 - VA-94 - USS Enterprise
      • 149554 c/n 12879
        • 07 Jun 1962 - VA-146 - NAS Lemoore, CA
        • 19 Feb 1963 - NAS - NAS Lemoore, CA
      • 149556 c/n 12881
        • 25 Jun 1962 - VA-146 - NAS Lemoore, CA
        • 21 Dec 1967 - VA-36 - USS Intrepid
      • 149558 c/n 12883
        • 12 Jun 1962 - VA-146 - NAS Lemoore, CA
        • 09 Sep 1965 - VA-94 - USS Enterprise
      • 149559 c/n 12884
        • 07 Jun 1962 - VA-146 - NAS Lemoore, CA
        • 21 Aug 1965 - VA-94 - NAS Lemoore, CA
      • 149562 c/n 12887
        • 07 Jun 1962 - VA-146 - NAS Lemoore, CA
        • ?? ??? 1965 - VA-94 - NAS Lemoore, CA
      • 149567 c/n 12892
        • 05 Jun 1962 - VA-146 - NAS Lemoore, CA
        • 25 Jun 1966 - Stricken - 1S
      • 149568 c/n 12893
        • 05 Jun 1962 - VA-146 - NAS Lemoore, CA
        • 08 Jul 1963 - Stricken - 1AA2
      • 149570 c/n 12895
        • 05 Jun 1962 - VA-146 - NAS Lemoore, CA
        • 13 Nov 1964 - Stricken - 1AA2
      • 149571 c/n 12896
        • 05 Jun 1962 - VA-146 - NAS Lemoore, CA
        • 05 May 1966 - Stricken - 1S
      • 149572 c/n 12897
        • 05 Jun 1962 - VA-146 - NAS Lemoore, CA
        • 24 Jan 1964 - VA-153 - NAS Lemoore, CA
      • 149575 c/n 12900
        • 05 Jun 1962 - VA-146 - NAS Lemoore, CA
        • 30 Nov 1962 - VA-144 - USS Constellation

        • 30 Sep 1963 - VA-146 - NAS Lemoore, CA
        • 31 May 1964 - VA-144 - USS Constellation
      • 149575 c/n 12900
        • 05 Jun 1962 - VA-146 - NAS Lemoore, CA
        • 30 Nov 1962 - VA-144 - USS Constellation

        • 30 Sep 1963 - VA-146 - NAS Lemoore, CA
        • 31 May 1964 - VA-144 - USS Constellation

        • 02 Mar 1966 - VA-146 - USS Ranger
        • 04 Apr 1967 - VA-22 - NAS Lemoore, CA
      • 149577 c/n 12902
        • 04 Dec 1965 - VA-146 - USS Ranger
        • 20 Oct 1966 - VMA-332 - MCAS Cherry Point, NC
      • 149579 c/n 12904
        • 21 Dec 1966 - VA-146 - USS Constellation
        • 14 Feb 1968 - VA-152 - NAS Alameda, CA
      • 149580 c/n 12905
        • 20 Jun 1962 - VA-146 - NAS Lemoore, CA
        • 14 Jan 1965 - NAS - NAS Atsugi, Japan

        • 16 Sep 1965 - VA-146 - NAS Lemoore, CA
        • 30 Sep 1965 - VA-94 - USS Enterprise

        • 28 Oct 1965 - VA-146 - NAS Lemoore, CA
        • 12 Jan 1966 - NAS - NAS Cubi Point, RP
      • 149582 c/n 12907
        • 12 Jun 1962 - VA-146 - NAS Lemoore, CA
        • 01 Nov 1966 - VMA-332 - MCAS Cherry Point, NC
      • 149583 c/n 12908
        • 06 Jun 1962 - VA-146 - NAS Lemoore, CA
        • 14 Jan 1965 - NAS - NAS Atsugi, Japan
      • 149609 c/n 12934
        • 20 Jul 1963 - VA-146 - USS Constellation
        • 14 Jan 1965 - NAS - NAS Atsugi, Japan
      • 149610 c/n 12935
        • 13 Oct 1966 - VA-146 - NAS Lemoore, CA
        • 15 Oct 1966 - VMA-332 - MCAS Cherry Point, NC
      • 149627 c/n 12952
        • 10 May 1966 - VA-146 - USS Ranger
        • 30 May 1966 - NAS - NAS Cubi Point, RP

        • 10 Jun 1966 - VA-146 - USS Ranger
        • 15 Oct 1966 - VMA-332 - MCAS Cherry Point, NC
      • 150584 c/n 12995
        • 06 Jun 1966 - VA-146 - USS Ranger
        • 11 Aug 1966 - NAS - NAS Atsugi, Japan

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