VA-204

VA-204 / VFA-204 River Rattlers

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Drawn by Bud Southworth
 


Patch

  • 194? - - Reserve Fighter Squadron XXX (unknown).
  • 1961 - - Reserve Attack Squadron XXX (Unknown).
  • 1968 - - Reserve Attack Squadron VA XXX (Unknown).
  • August 31, 1970 - - Reserve Attack Squadron VA-204 River Rattlers patch pictured above was approved.
  • 1991 - - Reserve Fighter Attack Squadron VFA-204 River Rattlers used the established patch revising only the VA to VFA wording on the scroll.


Handle

  • Unknown- - - - - - 194? - Reserve Fighter Squadron VF-XXX
  • Unknown- - - - - - 1961 - Reserve Attack Squadron VA-XXX
  • Unknown- - - - - - 1968 - Reserve Attack Squadron VA-XXX
  • River Rattlers - - July 1, 1970 - Reserve Attack Squadron TWO HUNDRED FOUR (VA-204).
  • River Rattlers - - May 1, 1991 to the present - Reserve Strike Fighter Squadron TWO HUNDRED FOUR (VFA-204).


Heritage

  • 194x - - Reserve Fighter Squadron XXX (VF-XXX) established at Naval Air Station Memphis, Tennessee.
     
  • 1961 - - Reserve Fighter Squadron XXX (VF-XXX) was redesignated as Reserve Attack Squadron XXX (VA-XXX) at Naval Air Station Memphis, Tennessee.
     
  • 1968 - - Reserve Attack Squadron XXX (VA-XXX) was redesignated as Reserve Squadron VA-XXX at Naval Air Station Memphis, Tennessee.
     
  • July 1, 1970 - - Reserve Attack Squadron TWO HUNDRED FOUR (VA-204) River Rattlers established at Naval Air Station Memphis, Tennessee, using Reserve Attack Squadron VA-XXX assets.
     
  • October 1, 1989 - - Reserve Attack Squadron TWO HUNDRED FOUR (VA-204) River Rattlers redesignated as Strike Fighter Squadron TWO HUNDRED FOUR (VFA-204) River Rattlers at Naval Air Station New Orleans, Louisiana.


Home Ports

  • Date - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Location:
  • 194x - - - - - - - - - Naval Air Station Memphis, Tennessee.
  • 1970 - - - - - - - - - Naval Air Station Cecil Field, Florida.
  • January 1978 - - - - - Naval Air Station New Orleans, Louisiana.


Air Wings

  • Date - - - - - - - - - - - - Tail code - - - - - - - Air Wing
  • July 1, 1970 - - - - - - AF - - - - - - CVWR-20


Deployments

  • Departure & Return - - - Air Wing - Carrier - Aircraft - - Area of Operations:
  • No info yet

 


Aircraft

 

  • Date Type First Received - - - - - - Type of Aircraft:
  • 194X - - - - - - - - - Grumman F6F Hellcat.
  • 194X - - - - - - - - - Chance Vought F4U Corsair.
  • 1950's - - - - - - - - Grumman F9F-6 Cougar.
  • 1961 - - - - - - - - - Douglas A4D-1 (A-4A) Skyhawk *
  • 1960's - - - - - - - - Douglas A4D-2 (A-4B) Skyhawk *
  • July 1, 1970 - - - - - Douglas A4D-2N (A-4C) Skyhawk *
  • August 1970- - - - - - Douglas A-4L Skyhawk.
  • March 15, 1978 - - - - Vought A-7B Corsair II.
  • June 1986- - - - - - - Vought A-7E Corsair II.
  • April 1991 - - - - - - Boeing FA-18 Hornet.
  • * November 30, 1962
  • 1983: ransition to A-7E ??-
    • The A4D-1 designation was changed to A-4A
    • The A4D-2 designation was changed to A-4B
    • The A4D-2N designation was changed to A-4C


    Commanding Officers

    • July 1970 - - - - - - - CDR A. R. Scharff, Jr.
    • July 1972 - - - - - - - CDR Theodore B. Hannah
    • January 1974- - - - - - CDR Sidney C. Dabbs
    • July 1975 - - - - - - - CDR Kenneth C. Juergens
    • February 1977 - - - - - CDR James S. Greenwood
    • September 1978- - - - - CDR Norris J. Flagler
    • March 1980- - - - - - - CDR James A. Cook
    • October 1981- - - - - - CDR Edwin R. Phelps III
    • January 1983- - - - - - CDR Joseph A. Chronic
    • April 1984- - - - - - - CAPT Kenneth A. McCluskey
    • March 1985- - - - - - - CDR Donald R. Roesh
    • September 1986- - - - - CDR Robert O. Buschmann
    • March 1988- - - - - - - CDR Douglas R. Fischer
    • July 1989 - - - - - - - CDR Keith R. LaFlair
    • July 1990 - - - - - - - CDR Ronald J. Roshelli
    • July 1991 - - - - - - - CDR D. L. Kloeppel


    Events

    • 194x:
      About 1948 a Reserve Fighter Unit XXX (VF-XXX) was established at Naval Air Station Memphis, Tennessee. The Reserve Fighter Unit was probably assigned the Grumman F6F Hellcat (Whistling Outhouse) for its first aircraft. Sometime during the Korean War (about 1950) the Squadron was probably assigned the Chance Vought F4U Corsair. After the Korean War (about 1954) the Squadron was probably assigned the Grumman F9F-6 Cougar.
      The 1949 Navy Reserve concept was to attached Reserve Units to a Naval Air Station which held assets such as the aircraft the Reserve Units flew.

    • 1961:
      The Reserve Fighter Unit XXX (VF-XXX) was probably redesignated as Reserve Attack Squadron XXX (VA-XXX) at Naval Air Station Memphis, Tennessee. The Squadron was probably assigned the Douglas A-4A (A4D-1) Skyhawk.

    • 1968:
      Reserve Attack Squadron XXX (VA-XXX) was probably redesignated as Reserve Squadron XXX (VA-XXX) at Naval Air Station Memphis, Tennessee. Reserve Squadron XXX (VA-XXX) was probably assigned the Douglas A-4B (A4D-2) Skyhawk.
      Up to this time, a Reserve Unit (Squadron) reported to the Naval Air Reserve Unit on their Naval Air Station. The 1961 Navy Reserve concept had Reserve Squadrons hold their own assets (such as the aircraft the Reserve Squadron flew).

    • July 1, 1970:
      The Navy Reserve Force concept was implemented and Reserve Attack Squadron TWO HUNDRED FOUR (VA-204) River Rattlers were established at Naval Air Station Memphis, Tennessee, using assets of Reserve Attack Squadron XXX (VA-XXX). For Skyhawk Association purposes Reserve Squadron VA-XXX was redesignated VA-204 when Naval Air Reserve Units were combined into a newly established Carrier Air Wing 20 (East Coast AF) and Carrier Air Wing 30 (West Coast ND). The new VA-204 was assigned the Douglas A-4L Skyhawk and some Douglas A-4C Skyhawks. About 100 A-4C Skyhawks were remanufactured into the hot-rod A-4L.

    • February 7, 1971:
      LCdr. Sid C. Dabbs ejected safely and his A-4C Skyhawk BuNo 149579 crashed into a field about six miles from its base at NAS Memphis while on a landing approach.
      Northwest Arkansas Times, Monday, February 8, 1971

    • May 1972:
      VA-204 River Rattlers participated in exercise Exotic Dancer V, designed to test multiservice operations under a unified command organization.

    • April 7, 1974:
      A-4C BuNo 149539 -A single-engine Navy jet fighter crashed and burned at the Anniston-Calhoun County Airport Sunday, but the pilot walked away unhurt from the burning aircraft. A spokesman at Ft. McClellan said today Lt. Cmdr. Paul E. Burke, Jr. was on a training flight from Memphis Naval Air Station. The spokesman said the A-4 fighter lost power about 10,000 feet over Cheaha (AL) and made a crash landing at the (Anniston, AL) airport. Burke was taken to Noble Army Hospital where he was released after treatment for minor back injuries. According to eye witnesses, the plane “fell out of the sky” and crashed just short of the runway. One Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) official said there was no radio contact with the pilot before the crash. Another FAA official said the plane skidded about 250 feet down the runway engulfed in flames. “I thought that man would be a ball of coal, but then the plane stopped and he was slumped over in the cockpit for a minute and then he just got up and walked out. The flames were all around him.” Four fire trucks from Anniston and Oxford were sent to the scene and according to firemen the fire was extinguished in about three minutes. The airport was closed from the time of the crash at 2:14 p.m. until 7:15 p.m.
      Anniston, AL, Anniston Star, Monday, 08 April 1974
      Naval Aviation News, Grampa Pettibone
    • March 6, 1975:
      Lt. Gary Carver in A-4L BuNo 147843 was killed and Lt. Cdr. James S. Greenwood in A-4L BuNo 149640 ejected safely following a mid-air collision south of Batesville while on a routine training flight from NAS Millington.


      LET'S REMEMBER AND DRINK A TOAST TO GARY CARVER TODAY WHO DIED 40 YEARS AGO ON THIS DATE.

      For those of you who were not part of the squadron at that time, LT Gary Carver was killed at about 1700 on March 6, 1975 in an A4 mid air collision with LCDR Jim Greenwood over the tactical operating area in eastern Arkansas. It happened on a Thursday just before the March drill weekend.

      Jim, who was operations officer at that time, and Gary were on a tactics flight. As Jim related to me recently, Gary and he had just completed a very enjoyable and productive tactics flight and as Jim was in the process of getting a clearance from ATC, Gary was joining back up. Gary was approaching Jim from the right side and did an aileron roll cross over. Unfortunately he had a closure rate and came down canopy first and hit Jim's left wing and broke it off. (The wing and airplane landed in two different locations.) Gary was either knocked unconscious from the impact or unable to eject and crashed with the airplane.

      Gary had received his commission and pilot training through the NavCad program and flew A4's in the fleet. He joined VA-204 shortly after it was commissioned in early 1971. Gary was divorced and had a daughter who was probably 4 to 6 years old. He was going to college to complete his degree at Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green, Kentucky, which is where he lived. His daughter also lived in that area. His parents were also from near there.

      Since drill weekend was in two days Gary's funeral was scheduled for 1 PM on Sunday in Bowling Green. Jim Cook, who was the OinC at that time, arranged with the VR Reserve squadron at Memphis to fly all of the VA-204 officers to and from Bowling Green for the funeral. Two things that I remember about the funeral very well. First was the great eulogy that Sid Dabbs, who was the CO, delivered. Second was when the funeral procession passed by, everyone got out of their car and bowed their heads I'm not sure if that was because they knew a veteran had passed away or because that is the custom for funerals in that area.

      A sad day indeed, but it had to some sort of comfort to his parents and daughter that there was such a large number of squadron mates there in Dress Blues to celebrate his life.

      REST IN PEACE GARY -- WE'VE MISSED YOU

      If there is any story or remembrances you have of Gary or the funeral, please share them with the rest of us

      To complete the story about the accident from Jim's point of view that he related to me recently.

      Jim said, he had his head down writing the clearance from ATC when he remembers seeing a shadow pass over his canopy. He said he didn't remember the collision or ejecting but remembers being in the parachute and looking down and seeing all the trees he was about to hit and thinking this is not good. He said the next thing he remembers is hanging from the parachute and a light airplane circling overhead and telling him he was radioing for help. Jim somehow got out of his parachute and to the ground when shortly thereafter he heard the yelling of the search party. They put him on a stretcher since he had injured his leg and took him to a hospital. Jim went back to Memphis the next day and went to Gary's funeral with the rest of us on Sunday.
      Kenneth Juergens former CO of VA-204

      (This was Jim's second ejection as he ejected from a damaged F-4 in Viet Nam over the Gulf of Tonkin but near the shoreline. Jim's RIO was captured by the Viet Cong and spent many years as a POW. Because of the ejection sequence and delay between the rear seat firing and front seat firing Jim was far enough out that he was not captured but rescued by a helo.)

      Hope, AR, Hope (AR) Star, Friday, March 7, 1975

    • June 11, 1975:
      The pilot of an A-4L Skyhawk BuNo 147723 parachuted to safety Tuesday night when his plane began to burn as it approached a runway at the Memphis Naval Air Station at Millington, a base spokesman said. Lt. Comm. Norris Flagler of Overland Park. Kan., escaped unhurt after he heard an explosion and saw flames coming from the fighter as he prepared to land, the spokesman said.
      Kingsport, TN, Kingsport Times, Wednesday, 11 June 1975
    • August 23, 1975:
      A-4L BuNo 148530
      HARRISON, Ark. (AP) — Lt. Jerry Brett, 31, a Memphis Reservist, parachuted when his A4 jet became crippled 50 minutes into a training flight Saturday from the Millington Naval Air Station at Memphis. The plane crashed, exploded and burned near the Gaither community, about seven miles southwest of Harrison (AR), about 2:45 p.m., Sheriff Loy Green and Lt. Jim Stobaugh of the State Police reported.
      Brett bailed out at about 1,000 feet. He landed about three fourths of a mile from where the plane crashed. The biggest piece left of the plane was the engine, which was found about 200 feet from where the plane first struck earth.
      A farmer picked up Brett who went to a nearby house and called authorities on the telephone. No one was hurt.
      Fayetteville, AR, Northwest Arkansas Times, Monday, 25 August 1975
    • January 1978:
      Reserve Attack Squadron TWO HUNDRED FOUR (VA-204) River Rattlers moved to Naval Air Station New Orleans, Louisiana.

    • March 15, 1978:
      Reserve Attack Squadron TWO HUNDRED FOUR (VA-204) River Rattlers were assigned the Vought A-7B Corsair II.

    • Feb 1980:
      VA-204 River Rattlers participated with a combined NATO force in exercise Safe Passage conducted near Naval Air Station Bermuda.

    • May 1, 1991:
      Reserve Attack Squadron TWO HUNDRED FOUR (VA-204) River Rattlers were redesignated as Strike Fighter Squadron TWO HUNDRED FOUR (VFA-204) River Rattlers at Naval Air Station New Orleans, Louisiana. The Squadron was assigned the Boeing FA-18 Hornet.


    Awards

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

    • NAVE
      • January - December 1984

     

    Photographs

    Webmaster note:
    Prior to 1970, reserve aircraft belonged to the local NARTU or Reserve Naval Air Station. Except for those squadrons on active duty, as in Korea, no reserve squadron "owned" their aircraft, as they were assigned to the NARTU/Station. In 1970, during that reorganization of the reserves into the "Reserve Force" concept, each new squadron was made independent of NARTU (later called NAR), and assigned either to CVWR-20 or CVWR-30. All squadrons were then made in the image of active duty units, with the reserve unit Commanding Officer owning the aircraft and reporting to the CAG. On this site you will find all era reserve combat aircraft images in the appropriate squadron photo page, and only non-combat support aircraft images in the reserve station photo page, except Skyhawks TDY to the base, or with no unit identification.

    Circa 1970-78:
    A-4L of VA-204, probably at NAS Cecil Field, FL.
    Forrest Thibeault photo provided by Scott Turchin.

    1971:
    VA-204 BuNo 147723 aboard the JFK, CVA-67.
    From Gary Verver.

    Terci Pelos Skyhawk, BuNo unknown, AF-405, on target for the three wire.
    Photo from Dave Dollarhide.

    Terci Pelos Skyhawk, BuNo unknown, AF-407, drags out the arresting wire.
    Photo from Dave Dollarhide.

    204 deploys to NAAS Fallon for training.
    Bob Grumpright

    BuNo.147736 and 147768 in the air near NAAS Fallon during 204's 1973 deployment.
    Bob Grumpright

    VA-204 Line Division, probably at NAAS Fallon.
    Bob Grumpright

    VA-204 IT Training Class.
    Bob Grumpright

    Sep 1973 Skyhawks BuNo 147843, AF-403, and BuNo 149583, AF-404, on the flight elevator.
    Naval Aviation News via Tom Bispo.

    Terci Pelos Skyhawk BuNo 148487, AF-406, parked on the ramp.
    Rob Mignard

    1974: BuNo 149640, AF-401, parked on the line.
    Unknown photographer via W. Mutza

    Terci Pelos Skyhawk BuNo 150598, AF-413, parked on the line.
    Unknown photographer via W. Mutza

    Circa 1976-77: Enroute to bomb Arkansas Ft. Chaffee range from NAS Memphis. Summer 1976 or 1977.
    Going to bomb Arkansa; and more bombs for AR.
    Tommy Huenefeld

    BuNo 150598, VA-204 AF-413, on the ramp.

    20 JUN 1976: Left rear view of VA-204 Terci Pelos A-4L Skyhawk BuNo 150598, AF-413, on the ramp, Richards-Gebour AFB. Copyright R.W. Harrison.

    VA-204 A-4L 148611 on the ramp.

    A-4L BuNO 147768 on the ramp.
    2nd view of 147768.

     

    Squadron Off-Duty


    VA-204 Basketball Team, possibly 1973.
    Bob Grumpright



    Sources:

    • Harry S. Gann
    • John Gabbard
  • A-4 Skyhawk aircraft assigned to VA-204:
    • Douglas A4D-2N (A-4C) Skyhawk
      • 145076 c/n 12322
        • 10 Jun 1970 - MARTD Jacksonville - Convert to A-4L

        • 10 Sep 1970 - VA-204 - NAS Cecil Field, FL
        • 09 Apr 1971 - MARTD - NAS Memphis, TN
      • 145077 c/n 12323
        • 03 Feb 1970 - VA-44 - Convert to A-4L

        • 14 Nov 1975 - VA-204 - NAS Memphis, TN
        • 04 Jan 1978 - Stricken - 3SO
      • 145078 c/n 12324
        • 23 Apr 1970 - MARTD Alameda - Converted to A-4L

        • 02 Aug 1970 - VA-204 - NAS Cecil Field, FL
        • 11 Apr 1971 - VA-204 - NAS Memphis, TN
        • 07 Sep 1975 - MASDC - Davis-Mothan AFB, Tucson, AZ
      • 145133 c/n 12379
        • 12 Mar 1970 - MARTD Los Alamitos - Convert to A-4L

        • 26 Mar 1976 - VA-204 - NAS Memphis, TN
        • 02 Aug 1977 - NAEC - NAS Lakehurst, NJ
      • 147690 C/N 12454
        • 01 Jun 1970 - NARTU Memphis - Convert to A-4L

        • 16 Sep 1970 - VA-204 - NAS Cecil Field, FL
        • 22 Apr 1971 - MARTD - NAS Memphis, TN
      • 147696 C/N 12460
        • 17 Jul 1970 - VA-204 - NAS Cecil Field, FL
        • 26 Jan 1971 - MASDC - Davis-Mothan AFB, Tucson, AZ
      • 147708 C/N 12472
        • 21 Jan 1970 - VC-7 - Convert to A-4L

        • 19 Jun 1976 - VA-204 - NAS Memphis, TN
        • 04 Jan 1978 - Stricken - 3SO
      • 147723 C/N 12487
        • 05 Jan 1971 - MARTD Willow Grove - Convert to A-4L

        • 13 Apr 1971 - VA-204 - NAS Cecil Field, FL
        • 11 Jun 1975 - Stricken - 1SO
      • 147727 C/N 12491
        • 25 Jan 1971 - MARTD Los Alamitos - Convert to A-4L

        • 16 Sep 1975 - VA-204 - NAS Memphis, TN
        • 29 May 1978 - Stricken - 3SO
      • 147736 C/N 12500
        • 18 Jun 1970 - MARTD New York - Convert to A-4L

        • 02 Oct 1970 - VA-204 - NAS Cecil Field, FL
        • 06 Oct 1975 - MASDC - Davis-Mothan AFB, Tucson, AZ
      • 147744 C/N 12508
        • 01 Sep 1970 - VA-204 - NAS Cecil Field, FL
        • 02 Oct 1970 - MASDC - Davis-Mothan AFB, Tucson, AZ
      • 147768 C/N 12532
        • 06 May 1970 - NARTU - Convert to A-4L

        • 24 Aug 1970 - VA-204 - NAS Cecil Field, FL
        • 07 Jan 1976 - MASDC - Davis-Mothan AFB, Tucson, AZ
      • 147772 C/N 12536
        • 03 Mar 1971 - MARTD Memphis - Convert to A-4L

        • 07 Sep 1975 - VA-204 - NAS Memphis, TN
        • 04 Jan 1978 - Stricken - 3SO
      • 147787 C/N 12551
        • 24 Feb 1970 - VA-95 - Convert to A-4L

        • 15 Aug 1970 - VA-204 - NAS Cecil Field, FL
        • 04 Jan 1978 - Stricken - 3SO
      • 147806 C/N 12570
        • 01 Sep 1970 - VA-204 - NAS Cecil Field, FL
        • 03 Oct 1970 - MASDC - Davis-Mothan AFB, Tucson, AZ
      • 147843 C/N 12607
        • 19 Aug 1970 - NARTU Alameda - Convert to A-4L

        • 01 Feb 1971 - VA-204 - NAS Cecil Field, FL
        • 06 mar 1975 - Stricken - 1SO
      • 148306 C/N 12616
        • 10 Apr 1970 - NARTU Alameda - Convert to A-4L

        • 02 Aug 1970 - VA-204 - NAS Cecil Field, FL
        • 24 Sep 1975 - MASDC - Davis-Mothan AFB, Tucson, AZ
      • 148479 C/N 12672
        • 29 Jun 1970 - NAS New York - Convert to A-4L

        • 08 Oct 1970 - VA-204 - NAS Cecil Field, FL
        • 11 Sep 1975 - MASDC - Davis-Mothan AFB, Tucson, AZ
      • 148487 C/N 12680
        • 01 Apr 1970 - VA-44 - Convert to A-4L

        • 27 Jun 1971 - VA-204 - NAS Memphis, TN
        • 23 Dec 1976 - NAS - NAS Memphis, TN
    • Douglas A4D-2N (A-4C) Skyhawk (Cont.)
      • 148490 C/N 12683
        • 26 Jan 1970 – VMAT-102 - Convert to A-4L

        • 05 Apr 1975 - VA-204 - NAS Memphis, TN
        • 04 Jan 1978 - Stricken - 3SO
      • 148530 C/N 12723
        • 15 Mar 1971 - MARTD Glenview - Convert to A-4L

        • 12 Jun 1974 - VA-204 - NAS Memphis, TN
        • 23 Aug 1975 - Stricken - 1SO
      • 148538 C/N 12731
        • 16 Jan 1970 - VMAT-102 - Convert to A-4L

        • 15 Dec 1976 - VA-204 - NAS Memphis, TN
        • 04 Jan 1978 - Stricken - 3S0
      • 148586 C/N 12779
        • 08 Dec 1969 - VC-7 - Convert to A-4L








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        • 07 Jan 1975 - VA-204 - NAS Memphis, TN
        • 04 Jan 1978 - Stricken - 3SO
      • 148600 C/N 12793
        • 19 Dec 1969 - VA-44 - Convert to A-4L

        • 07 Feb 1974 - VA-204 - NAS Memphis, TN
        • 04 Jan 1978 - Stricken - 3SO
      • 148611 C/N 12804
        • 13 May 1970 - MARTD - Converted to A-4L

        • 22 Aug 1970 - VA-204 - NAS Cecil Field, FL
        • 11 Jul 1976 - MASDC - Davis-Mothan AFB, Tucson, AZ
      • 149508 c/n 12833
        • 17 Feb 1970 - VA-95 - Convert to A-4L

        • 03 Jul 1976 - VA-204 - NAS Memphis, TN
        • 04 Jan 1978 - Stricken - 3SO
      • 149532 c/n 12857
        • 19 Feb 1970 - VA-95 - Convert to A-4L

        • 31 Jan 1976 - VA-204 - NAS Memphis, TN
        • 04 Jan 1978 - Stricken - 3SO
      • 149539 c/n 12864
        • 17 Dec 1970 - MARTD Jacksonville - Convert to A-4L

        • 02 Apr 1971 - VA-204 - NAS Cecil Field, FL
        • 20 Oct 1971 - NAF RDT&E - NAF China Lake, CA

        • 11 Dec 1971 - VA-204 - NAS Memphis, TN
        • 07 Apr 1974 - Stricken - 1S0
      • 149573 c/n 12898
        • 22 May 1970 - NARTU Memphis - Convert to A-4L

        • 24 Aug 1970 - VA-204 - NAS Cecil Field, FL
        • 19 Sep 1975 - MASDC - Davis-Mothan AFB, Tucson, AZ
      • 149579 c/n 12904
        • 05 Mar 1970 - VMAT-102 - Convert to A-4L

        • 31 Oct 1970 - VA-204 - NAS Cecil Field, FL
        • 07 Feb 1971 - Stricken - 1S
      • 149583 c/n 12908
        • 01 Jun 1970 - MARTD Glenview - Convert to A-4L

        • 01 Oct 1970 - VA-204 - NAS Cecil Field, FL
        • 07 Dec 1975 - MASDC - Davis-Mothan AFB, Tucson, AZ
      • 149593 c/n 12918
        • 31 Jan 1970 - VA-44 - Convert to A-4L

        • 18 Sep 1975 - VA-204 - NAS Memphis, TN
        • 04 Jan 1978 - Stricken - 3SO
      • 149604 c/n 12929
        • 11 Jan 1971 - MARTD Glenview - Convert to A-4L

        • 03 Sep 1975 - VA-204 - NAS Memphis, TN
        • 08 Jul 1976 - MASDC - Davis-Mothan AFB, Tucson, AZ
      • 149608 c/n 12933
        • 08 Jul 1970 - NARTU Alameda - Convert to A-4L

        • 02 Oct 1970 - VA-204 - NAS Cecil Field, FL
        • 28 Jan 1976 - MASDC - Davis-Mothan AFB, Tucson, AZ
      • 149623 c/n 12948
        • 19 Feb 1971 - MARTD Memphis - Convert to A-4L

        • 17 Jul 1975 - VA-204 - NAS Memphis, TN
        • 04 Jan 1978 - Stricken - 3SO
      • 149630 c/n 12955
        • 18 May 1970 - NARTU Memphis - Convert to A-4L

        • 01 Sep 1970 - VA-204 - NAS Cecil Field, FL
        • 01 Feb 1971 - MARTD - NAS Memphis, TN
      • 149640 c/n 12965
        • 09 Jun 1970 - MARTD Alameda - Convert to A-4L

        • 08 Sep 1970 - VA-204 - NAS Cecil Field, FL
        • 06 Mar 1975 - Stricken - 1SO
      • 150598 c/n 13009
        • 24 Dec 1969 - VC-7 - Convert to A-4L

        • 12 Jan 1976 - VA-204 - NAS Memphis, TN
        • 04 Jan 1978 - Stricken - 3SO

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