VMA-121

VMA-121

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This Skyhawk Association website page is posthumously dedicated to The Fallen of VMA-121:

Capt C.N. Williams - - - - - - - 25 NOV 1966
(Member of VMA-121 advanced party flying with VMA-223)

Capt H.J. Alwan - - - - - - - - -27 FEB 1967 - A-4E 152051

1stLt. Michael Walter Thoennes - 30 MAY 1967 - A-4E 150032

Maj. C.F. Wallace - - - - - - - -28 AUG 1967 - A-4E 150038
(Member of VMA-121 advanced party flying with VMA-211)

1stLt. Walter Schmidt - - - - - -09 JUN 1968 - A-4E 151080

Maj. Don Campbell - - - - - - - -27 JUL 1968 - A-4E 151143

Capt. Dale Luster - - - - - - - -26 SEP 1968 - A-4E 150094 - 2nd tour, 372 missions)

1stLt James R. Reese- - - - - - -02 DEC 1968 - Assigned VMO-6 flying O-1 Birddog




VMF-121 Bugs
VMF-121 Bugs
VMF-121 Baby Huey
VMF-121 Baby Huey - 1951
Provided by John Gabbard

VMF-121 - 1951
Provided by John Gabbard
VMA-121 Wolfraiders 1950-1953
VMA-121 Wolfraiders 1950-1953
Provided by John Gabbard

VMA-121 Wolfraiders
VMA-121 Wolfraiders
VMA-121 Green Knights Korea
VMA-121 Green Knights Korea
VMA-121 Green Knights
Courtesy of John Resnowski
VMA-121 Green Knights
VMA-121 Green Knights
VMA-121 Green Knights
VMA-121 Green Knights Vietnam ’67/’68
VMA(AW)-121 Green Knights
VMA(AW)-121 Green Knights
VMA(AW)-121 Green Knights
VMA(AW)-121 Green Knights 1958-1959
Courtesy of William "Gunny" Ravgiala
VMFA(AW)-121 Green Knights.jpg
VMFA(AW)-121 Green Knights
VMFA(AW)-121 Bombin' Betty
VMFA(AW)-121 Bombin' Betty
VMFA-121 Green Knights
VMFA-121 Green Knights
VMFA-121 Green Knights F-35
VMFA-121 Green Knights F-35

Patch

The nuke theme was part of the original competition for the Squadron patch but never made the cut. 121 was the first Squadron, 1958-59, to qual. with the nuke delivery system and that was an interesting tour prior to the move to conventional weapons.

John Resnowski patch, Green Knights - 1960s

Sources

David Weber

Bill "Jigger" Egen

Masaaki Hayakawa

W. L. "Moose" Tranor, Colonel, USMC (Ret.)

John Resnowski

Gunny Rav USMC (Ret.) [William D. Ravgiala, Jr.]

Ken Branner

James A. Coker

Jay Halstead

Mike Aiton

R.D. Rudy

John Gabbard

Handle

Green Knights - VK

Heritage

24 JUN 1941 - VMF-121 Established

1969- - - - - Re-designated VMA(AW)-121

08 DEC 1989 - Re-designated VMFA(AW)-121

Home Ports

After WWII: - - - NAS Glenview, IL.

1951: - - - - - - MCAS El Toro, CA.

1957: - - - - - - MCAS El Toro, CA.

1969: - - - - - - MCAS Cherry Point, NC.

AUG 1994: - - - - MCAS Miramar, CA.

SEP 2012: - - - - MCAS Yuma, AZ

Aircraft

1941: - - - - - - F4F Wildcats

194x: - - - - - - F4U Corsairs

194x: - - - - - - F8F Bearcats

194x: - - - - - - AD Skyraiders

1957: - - - - - - F9F-8B Couger

10 October 1958 - Douglas A4D-2 (A-4B) Skyhawk *

12 April 1961 - - Douglas A4D-2N (A-4C) Skyhawk *

05 April 1965- - - Douglas A4D-5 (A-4E) Skyhawk *

1969: - - - - - - A-6A Intruder

1989: - - - - - - F/A-18D Hornet

2012: - - - - - - F-35B

* November 30, 1962

The A4D-2 designation changed to A-4B

The A4D-2N designation changed to A-4C

The A4D-5 designation changed to A-4E

For A-4 Skyhawk aircraft assigned to this unit see lower in this page:

Air Wings

1941 - - - - - - - - - - - - 4x: - - Western Pacific

01 DEC 1966 to 03 JUN 1967 - - - - - Assigned to MAG-12, Chu Lai, Vietnam

04 JUN 1967 to 04 SEP 1967 - - - - - Redeployed to Iwakuni Japan

05 SEP 1967 to 31 JAN 1969 - - - - - Assigned to MAG-12, Chu Lai, Vietnam

Deployments

1941-4x - - - - - - - Western Pacific WWII

1951 to 1957: - - - - Pyongtaek, ROK

1958: - - - - - - - - NAS Cecil Field

1959 to 1960: - - - - WestPac

1960 to 1961: - - - - WestPac

DEC 1966 to JUN 1967 - Chu Lai, Vietnam

JUN 1967 to SEP 1967 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan

SEP 1967 to JAN 1969 - Chu Lai, Vietnam

199x: - - - - - - - - Desert Storm

Commanding Officers

24 JUN 1941: - - Major S.S. JACK

01 MAR 1942: - - Captain L.K. DAVIS

17 DEC 1942: - - 1st Lt. W.F. WILSON

13 MAR 1943: - - Major D.K. YOST

27 MAR 1943: - - Major J.N. RENNER

15 MAY 1943: - - Captain R.E. BRUCE

24 AUG 1943: - - 1st Lt. H.O. DEFRIES

25 OCT 1943: - - Captain O.B. NELSON

02 DEC 1943: - - Major W.J. MEYER

26 MAY 1945: - - Major C.B. WELSH

13 JUN 1945: - - Major R. TUCKER

01 AUG 1945: - - 1st Lt. R.M. LOUGHERY

01 JUL 1946: - - Major R.S. INGRAM

20 JAN 1948: - - Major R.L. BRYSON

20 APR 1951: - - Lt.Col. A.N. GORDON

19 NOV 1951: - - Major F.P. BARKER

01 DEC 1951: - - Lt. Col. P.B. MAY

15 MAR 1952: - - Lt. Col. W.A. HOUSTON

20 JUN 1952: - - Lt. Col. P.L. CRAWFORD

11 SEP 1952: - - Lt. Col. W.M. CARGILL

07 DEC 1952: - - Lt. Col. R.M. GURZENGA

01 MAR 1953: - - Lt. Col. J.E. HUGHES

21 APR 1953: - - Major R.L. BRAUN

16 JUN 1953: - - Lt. Col. H.B. PENNE

01 JAN 1954: - - Lt. Col. M.E. FLATER

31 MAR 1954: - - Lt. Col. V.H. HUDGINS

04 JUL 1954: - - Major E.K. GRISWOLD

23 JUL 1954: - - Lt. Col. L.E. BONISKE

13 JUN 1955: - - Lt. Col. W.H. RANKIN

01 MAY 1956: - - Lt. Col. E.J. DOYLE

01 SEP 1956: - - Major P.C. DELONG

23 SEP 1956: - - Lt. Col. E.J. DOYLE

02 OCT 1956: - - Major P.C. DELONG

12 OCT 1956: - - Major L.F. CHILDERS

02 DEC 1956: - - Major R.C. DELONG

22 APR 1957: - - Lt. Col. E.W KELLY

11 JUL 1957: - - Major W.D. WILCOX

16 NOV 1957: - - Lt. Col. W.G. JOHNSON

23 SEP 1958: - - Major J.E. DAVIS

10 OCT 1958: - - Lt. Col. T.J. SAXON JR

28 MAY 1960: - - Lt. Col. W.L. TRAYNOR

05 APR 1961: - - Lt. Col. R.E. NELSON

10 APR 1961: - - Lt. Col. R.F. SHIELDS

17 APR 1962: - - Lt. Col. L.M. MCKLESON

19 APR 1963: - - Lt. Col. W.E. SPARLING

00 MAR 1965: - - Lt. Col. H.G. ROBINSON

13 MAY 1966: - - Lt. Col. D.R. STIVER

17 MAR 1967: - - Major F.G. DAWSON (acting)

31 MAR 1967: - - Lt. Col. J.H. MCGEE

25 SEP 1967: - - Lt. Col. R.J. KERN

11 MAR 1968: - - Lt. Col. W.D. SHIPPEN

16 OCT 1968: - - Lt. Col. D.A. LERPS

14 FEB 1969: - - Lt. Col. E.E. JACOBSON JR.

03 JUN 1970: - - Lt. Col. T.P BAKER

11 JUN 1971: - - Lt. Col. E.A. BIRZER

14 JUN 1972: - - Lt. Col. M.T. FOUNTAIN JR.

13 JUN 1973: - - Major G.A. DAVIS

25 JUL 1974: - - Lt. Col. B.G. RUTLEDGE

05 AUG 1975: - - Lt. Col. E.P. CARROLL

18 NOV 1976: - - Lt. Col. J.P. FAULKNER

12 JUN 1978: - - Major W.T. ADAMS

31 AUG 1979: - - Lt. Col. N.E. EBLERT

25 NOV 1980: - - Lt. Col. J.M. WAGNER

15 APR 1982: - - Lt. Col. J.W. RIPPY

21 JUN 1983: - - Lt. Col. S.M. DAY

26 OCT 1984: - - Lt. Col. W.R. MCPHERSON

29 JUL 1986: - - Lt. Col. N.J. WESTON

01 APR 1988: - - Lt. Col. P.G. JACOBS

08 DEC 1989: - - Lt. Col. G.E. ADCOCK

24 SEP 1990: - - Lt. Col. S.F. MUGG

24 JAN 1992: - - Lt. Col. M.R. HUMBERD

01 JUL 1993: - - Lt. Col. D.J. BORJE

16 NOV 1994: - - Lt. Col. P.R. MORIARTY

29 MAR 1996: - - Lt. Col. W.C. MACAK

19 SEP 1997: - - Lt. Col. R.A. SIEGEL

19 MAY 1999: - - Lt. Col. M.L. SAWYERS

20 APR 2001: - - Lt. Col. D.C. MYERS

11 OCT 2002: - - Lt. Col. M. SHIHADEH

25 JUN 2004: - - Lt. Col. F.A. RICHIE

27 JAN 2006: - - Lt. Col. J.A. CRAF

07 DEC 2007: - - Lt. Col. M.T. PALMER

02 NOV 2010: - - Lt. Col. M. R. WATERMAN

28 SEP 2012: - - Lt. Col. J. B. SCOTT

?? SEP 2013: - - Lt, Col. S.E. GILLETTE

Awards

CNO Safety Award

Commandant's Efficiency Trophy

No further info.

Events

WWII: Green Knights participated in combat operations as charter members of the "Cactus Air Force" in the Battle of Guadalcanal. The squadron flew from bases at Espirito Santo Island, Turtle Bay, Bougainville, and Emirau. The Squadron produced 14 Fighter Aces including Major Joseph J. Foss (Medal of Honor).

After WWII: Upon moving to NAS Glenview, IL, the unit was changed to VMA-121.

1958: First Marine squadron to be fully qualified in special weapons delivery.

First Marine squadron to win both the CNO Safety Award and the Commandant's Efficiency Trophy.

30 April 1959: Capt. Edward J. Kiely, 31, & 2nd Lt. Richard F. Fisher, 22, were killed after an apparent collision in overcast skies Thursday. Both planes (A4D-2 BuNo 142856 & 142927) were coming in for a landing when the radar contact was lost and the radar operator heard an explosion and saw flames SW of MCAS El Toro. The pilots were returning from Hill AFB, UT. The Salt Lake Tribune, Friday, May 1, 1959. Capt. Edward J. Kiely & 2nd Lt. Richard F. Fisher perished attempting an instrument landing United States Armed Forces, Pacific Stars & Stripes, Tuesday, May 4, 1959.

I joined VMA-121 about Nov. of 1958 at El Toro . We were there for about (1) year and rotated to Iwakuni. We rotated back to the US from the Coral Sea about April of 1961. We lost two pilots in the US prior to going to Japan , Capt. Kiely and Lt. Fisher. It is my understanding they were making a “GCA” approach into El Toro at night in a dense fog. I was on duty that night. As I recall, Capt. Kiely was flying lead and Lt. Fisher was flying off his left wing when they went in. I was one of two who had guard duty at the crash site after pilot recovery. I was one of three parachute riggers with the squadron. Gunny Giffin, Cpl. Martin and myself Cpl. Branner. Comments From: Ken Branner.
My name is James A. Coker PFC in VMA-121 from October 1958 'til we returned from the far east in early 1961. I was then assigned to MCAS Buford, SC in VMA-131 before I was discharged in November 1961. In regards to the crash that killed Capt. Kiely and Lt. Fisher, who was called Charlie Brown. I was the plane captain on VK-16, one of the planes that crashed, and was on duty with the 4th duty section that night. I was awakened early in the morning to go walk guard duty around the wreckage. This was very hard as there was still a lot of human remains out there. As I remember the crash sight, it looked as if they were coming in too low and you could see where the lead plane flew right into the ground as you could see where all three landing gear hit. Then you could see where the wingman tried to pull up to the left and his left wing tip hit and he did a cart wheel and when his nose hit, it stuck his refueling probe into the ground like a nail, then the plane blew up. I had the honor to go to New Mexico to attend LT. Fisher's funeral. Comments from: James A. Coker.
Yes, we had two crashes actually. Lt. Fisher landed too fast and ran off the end of the runway and dumped it in a ditch. The second, and the one you want was Lt. Fisher again and Capt. Kiely (not sure of the spelling). Kiely was working with Fisher trying to get him over the 1st crash so took him on a cross-country up to Ogden, Utah and back. When they got back to El Toro it was dark, the wx had set in and it was about 100 ft ceiling with tops above 10,000. Kiely's mistake was that instead of taking the lead and making the approach, he let Fisher lead while he flew wing. As they neared the ground Fisher did not keep his wings level and he started to drift off of glide slope. Kiely of course was just flying wing and not really checking his instruments. By the time he did it was too late and they hit the ground in a right wing low blow and blew up... They landed on the golf course there at El Toro. R.D. Rudy.

Deployed WestPac 1959 - 1960:

1960/1961: Embarked on USS Ticonderoga, USS Ranger, and USS Coral Sea.

October 17 1960:  Capt. Pete Maitland, VMA-121, BuNo 145044, was lost from the Coral Sea due to a bad cat shot. He was loaded with 9,400 lb. of fuel and got a stroke set at ,7300 lb. From Bill Egen. A memorial service will be held at St. John's Church for Peter Maitland who was killed in a plane crash in Japan. Fitchburg (MA) Sentinel, Thursday, October 20, 1960.

January 11, 1961: 1st Lt. Luis E. Elder is missing and presumed dead after he radioed that he had mechanical difficulties and was ejecting about 10 miles astern and 40 miles southeast of Hachijo Island just as the sun was setting. His chaff obscured the carrier radar screen and the surface search was unsuccessful. From Fred Shaffer. 1811 1st LT L.E. Elder, USMC, abandoned A4D-2 BUAER No. 142924, bearing 320, distant 15 miles. 1832 USS Saint Paul (CA 73) and USS Tucker (DDR-875) proceeded to point 10 miles east of Datum, to search westward. 1851 USS Rupertus (DD-851) detached to search astern and investigate radar contact. 1922 Rupertus discontinued search astern, results negative. 2105 Rupertus detached to investigate red light off her port beam. 2110 Rupertus rejoined the formation, results of investigation negative. 2200 Search a/c R4D BuNo 9127, joined the search at Datum. USS Coral Sea deck log, Wednesday, 11 January 1961. 00-04 (hours) Steaming off the Bonin Islands in company with TG77.6, composed of USS Saint Paul (CA-73), COMSEVENTHFLT embarked, and USS Rupertus (DD-851), DESDIV 32 embarked, USS Mason (DD-852) and the USS Tucker (DDR-875) ... while conducting search for LT L.E. Elder, USMC, who abandoned his A4D in this vicinity. 0650 Rupertus detached to investigate object in water. 0720 Rupertus returning to station, results of search negative. 0810 Commanding Officer St Paul assumed OTC of destroyers to continue search. 1715 Terminated search for 1st LT Elder. USS Coral Sea deck log, Wednesday, 12 January 1961. U.S. Navy ships and planes Thursday resumed search for a pilot who ejected from his A4D Skyhawk before it plunged into the Pacific Ocean late Wednesday about 220 miles south of Tokyo. The Japanese JMSDF also sent a ship to join in the search. The plane was returning to the Coral Sea from NAS Atsugi when it went down near Hachijo Island. Pacific Stars & Stripes, Thursday, January 12, 1961. A Marine Corps pilot killed last week has been identified as 1st Lt. Luis E. Elder, Colorado Spring, CO, VMA-121, USS Coral Sea who was lost at sea Wednesday after ejecting from his A4D Skyhawk 180 miles south of Tokyo. Pacific Stars & Stripes, Friday, January 13, 1961. A vast sea search for a Marine pilot who ejected from his disabled plane Wednesday was discontinued Thursday after searchers reported no trace of the pilot or plane.  The missing pilot, VMA-121, USS Coral Sea, was on a routine flight when he reported mechanical difficulty is presumed dead. He radioed that he was ejecting about 40 miles SE of Hachijo Island about 260 miles south of Tokyo. Pacific Stars & Stripes, Sunday, January 15, 1961.

We lost two on the USS Coral Sea. Pete Maitland got a cold cat into the water during the carrier quals of VMA 324. He was on a maint hop with 9400 # of fuel, The ship was launching 324 with no more than 7300#. They launched him at the lower weight and put him in the drink. The second was Lou Elder in VK-7. He and Sam Newlon were coming back from Iwakuni at night. They were about 9 miles from the Coral Sea when Lou called that 'it is running rough, I've got to leave it' Sam dropped back to help but never saw Lou's plane again. R.D. Rudy

Two VMA-121 pilots were lost off the USS Coral Sea during training. Capt. Maitland was lost to a bad cat shot and Lt. Elder who never returned to the ship same time period. I received the information via snail mail in the form of emails thru the director of the Marine Corps University and others. I was a plane captain and on deck when Capt. Maitland was lost. Gunny Rav USMC (Ret.)

Regarding Pete Maitland. VMA-121 had been on Coral Sea for a while before us and all CQ'ED. We were qualifying under way and our A/C with tanks on were fueled with 5400 lbs. Maitland was launching for a test hop with 9400 lbs. Although we put weight on nose gear door, the guy who set the weight for launch didn't change setting for Pete and he didn't ever have enough speed to fly and crashed into sea ahead of ship. Hugh F. "Andy" Anderson.

July 19, 1962: 1st Lt. James Sauer in A-4C BuNo 148560 (VK-13) ran off the end of the runway and into the perimeter fence. He walked away and was embarrassed by the incident. Jim had to run from fire trucks dragging pieces of wire and fence at MCAS El Toro. The assumption was that the power handle was not fully retarded and the thrust was too much for the brakes.

November 1, 1962: Maj. William W. Bryant, parachuted to safety Thursday shortly before his disabled A4D attack bomber (BuNo 148561) crashed about 8 miles NW of MCAS Yuma. Marine officers said Bryant, who flew with VMA-121, was normally stationed at MCAS El Toro but was deployed with his squadron to MCAS Yuma. The Redlands Daily Sun, Friday, 02 November 1962. On November 1st Charles U. Espino was an eye witness when an A4D Skyhawk crashed about 2 miles from his home. On November 25th Espino went to the crash site to search for some of the missing aircraft parts and found the ejection seat pan and para-raft. The Sun, Thursday, November 29, 1962.

Maj. William W. Bryant was the instructor pilot chasing Garrett McClanahan on a FAM flight on a VMA-121 deployment to MCAS Yuma. During the flight Maj. Bryant reported an engine fire and made a controlled ejection from A4D-2N Skyhawk BuNo 148561. The locals picked up MAJ Bryant who was fine and returned to duty. The Skyhawk glided into the All American irrigation canal north of Yuma and needed to be hoisted out of the water.

November 27, 1962: Capt. John MacDonald Moore was killed when his VMA-121 A4D Skyraider (sic) (BuNo 147713) from El Toro crashed and burned near Palatka, FL Tuesday night. The squadron has been stationed temporarily at Cecil Field near Jacksonville. Independent, Long Beach, CA, Wednesday, November 28, 1962. Aviator's name from D. Johnson. Capt. Moore was TAD to Cecil Field during the Cuban Missile Crisis. Capt Moore is buried in Ft. Rosecrans National Cemetery, San Diego, CA.

December 7, 1963: Maj. Thomas S. Oden of VMA-121 deployed from MCAS El Toro to MCAS Yuma was killed when his A-4 Skyhawk (BuNo 147813) crashed 35 miles SSW of Gila Bend, AZ, on the gunnery range at 10:48 a.m. Saturday. The Yuma Sun, Sunday, December 8, and Tuesday, December 10, 1963.

1964-65: VMA-121 in Japan, VK-23 in-flight. Lynne Morrell

April 27, 1966: Capt. W. A. Wilson ejected successfully when his A-4E Skyhawk BuNo 151094, deployed to MCAS Yuma from El Toro, CA, crashed and burned in the desert 21 miles NE of El Centro, CA. Yuma, AZ, The Sun, Thursday, April 28, 1966.

Nov. 1966 - Jan. 1969: Bill "Jigger" Egen.

July of 1966: Replaced VMA-211 at Chu Lai, Vietnam per Sgt. Tom Pulliam. After six months of combat operations, the Squadron rotated back to Iwakuni, Japan and Naha Air Base, Okinawa before returning to Chu-Lai for another combat tour in 1968.

1967?: "I actually met Joe Foss back in DC many years ago. When I was just a wee lad I was given an old canvas bag (gas mask) that many years later I found out was from Joe Foss. He remembered giving the bag as a gift and we got a laugh out of it. It served in Vietnam with me and many other sojurns around the World. I still have that bag today and it still serves as my camera bag altough it’s a little worse for the wear… s/f -Dale Creek"

3 May 1967: A-4E BuNo 152055 was lost in a combat mid-flight refueling accident - Sieglinger survived."

1968 Chu Lai, Vietnam Statistics: Sorties flown = 18,690; Hours flown = 21,862.5; Ordanance delivered = 24,277 tons; * data does not include 1-15 OCT 68.

March 30, 1968: As a direct result of his courage: UNGAR, THOMAS D.
Synopsis: The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Silver Star Medal to Thomas D. Ungar, Captain, U.S. Marine Corps, for conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity in action while serving with Marine Attack Squadron 121 (VMA(AW)-121), 1st Marine Aircraft Wing, in connection with combat operations against the enemy in the Republic of Vietnam on March 30, 1968. By his courage, aggressive fighting spirit and steadfast devotion to duty in the face of extreme personal danger, Captain Ungar upheld the highest traditions of the Marine Corps and the United States Naval Service.
Home Town: St. Louis, Missouri

MAG 12:

25 November 1966: Capt Claude Nathanial Williams was part of an advanced party from VMA-121 in Iwakuni, Japan that was sent to Chu Lai ahead of the squadrons official arrival on 1 Dec 1966. Capt Williams was killed in an operational accident while attempting to land VMA-223 A-4E 151123 at 0505 (5:05AM) on 25 Nov ’66. Chu Lai base weather (rain, fog and 800-2~000 foot overcast skies) caused cancellation of eight F-4 and 96 A-4 sorties. Winds were 280 degrees at 8-10 knots shifting to 050-090 degrees with gusts to 19 knots.

06 January 1967: Capt. M.F. Adams ejected and was rescued by a Marine helicopter a few miles north of the target when his Skyhawk (BuNo 150036) was hit in the stbd fuselage by small arms fire during a strike on enemy troop near Ha Tan.

14 January 1967: Capt. C.R. Fye ejected close to the target when his Skyhawk (BuNo 150106) was hit by ground fire during a strike near Ha Tan causing the starboard wing to burn. He was rescued by a USMC helicopter. 

27 February 1967: Maj. Harold Joseph Alwan was MIA, possibly near Quang Ngai. After completing a flight test (BuNo 152051) he was asked to escort a formation of USMC helicopters and at some stage during the mission his aircraft disappeared.

11 May 1967: Capt. G.R. Romano ejected and was rescued by an Army helicopter after his Skyhawk (BuNo 150011) was hit by automatic weapons fire during napalm attack on a VC force 15 miles SW of Chu Lai.

30 May 1967: 1st Lt. Michael Walter Thoennes was killed when his Skyhawk (BuNo 150032) was hit by automatic weapons fire during an attack on structures near Hiep Duc, 20 miles west of Tam Ky. He was just pulling out of his dive when he was hit at about 500 feet and crashed.

28 August 1967: Maj. Charles Franklin Wallace (VMA-121) was killed when his Skyhawk (VMA-211 BuNo 150038) crashed just off the coast when he was hit by AAA two miles N of the DMZ  while attacking a AAA site. He was flying with VMA-211 as part of VMA-121 advanced party.

05 May 1968: 1st Lt. T. M. "Mike" Aiton ejected safely when his aircraft (BuNo 151105) was hit by 50 cal. ground fire while making his third bombing pass on NVA troops entrenched in a tree line near Ba Long. He ejected close to the target and was rescued by a USMC helicopter.

09 May 1968: Maj. L.D. Tyrell ejected safely (BuNo 152092) after sustaining damage during a close support mission. He tried to reach Da Nang but was forced to eject over the sea near Monkey Mountain.

09 June 1968: 1st Lt. Walter Roy Schmidt KIA, lost to ground fire while attacking an NVA base camp. Lieutenant Schmidt (BuNo 151080) was shot down by hostile ground fire over the A Shau Valley in Thua Thien Province, South Vietnam. He ejected and landed safely and established voice contact with SAR forces and reported that he had a hurt hand and a possible broken leg. SAR forces observed him on the ground and established that enemy forces were within 20 meters of his location. He was never rescued or recovered. Jolly Green 23 and crew of 4 were lost in the rescue attempt.

22 June 1968: Maj. J.D. Ingraham was Wounded In Action, was able to land at Da nang.

27 July 1968: Maj. Donald Bruce Campbell was killed when his aircraft (BuNo 151143.) flew into the ground during a napalm run during a LZ preparation near Ha Tan, 20 miles SW Da Nang.

26 September 1968: Capt. Dale Alan Luster KIA during Operation Wheeler Wallowa near Tam Ky in the Quang Ngai province. Dale made several runs dropping his ordnance within 30 meters of the friendly forces. On one of these runs, just at ordnance release, his wingman, Ray Rauenhorst, saw his aircraft (BuNo 150094) roll sharply to the left and impact the ground in a nose low attitude, having been hit by intense hostile fire. There was no evidence of ejection.

01 October 1968: 1st Lt. Robert Coop (BuNo 151159) aborted take-off and his hook skipped the MOREST wire and he ran off runway. The nose gear collapsed and the center line fuel tank ruptured and burst into flames. The pilot egressed through the fire with burns and evacuated by the SAR chopper. From Mark Williams.

San Mateo, CA, The Times, October 2, 1968

Unit Photos

Squadron logo sign made by Ron Hamric. Provided by Ron Hamric.

1961: BuNo.148497 somewhere over Southern California in 1961 Photo by Maintenance Officer Capt. Peterson during a 2 ship flight. Provided by Ron Hamric.

26JUN61: MCAS El Toro on 6-26-61, flight of four VMA-121 A4D-2N (A-4C). BuNo.148474 is closest, 148475 top of 74, 1484x2 is leading and 14843x is trailing. Provided by Ron Hamric.

1961-62: Squadron Photo at NAS Fallon, Nevada.
Deployed for ordinance delivery practice here or MCAS Yuma about quarterly. 1961-62 time period, photo from Ron Hamric.

1961-62: Squadron Photo at MCAS Yuma, Arizona. 1961-62 time period, photo from Ron Hamric.

1962: USS Coral Sea (CVA-43) and CVG-15 (NL) aircraft sail under the Golden Gate bridge 1961-1962. The Air Group squadrons/aircraft were VF-151 Vigilantes (F3H-2 Demon), VA-152 Fighting Aces (AD-6 Skyraider), VA-153 Blue Tail Flies (A4D-2 Skyhawk), VF-154 Black Knights (F8U-1E Crusader), VA-155 Silver Foxes (A4D-2 Skyhawk), VMA-324 Devildogs (A4D-2 Skyhawk), VMA-121 Green Knights (A4D-2 Skyhawk), VAH-2 (A3D-2 Skywarrior), VFP-61 Det. D (F8U-1P Crusader), VAW-13 Zappers Det. D (WF-2 Tracer), HU-1 Pacific Fleet Angels Det. D (HUP-2 Retriever).

1963-65: 1963-1965 Cruise book. Dr. Lynn "MO" Morrell.

Circa 1964: Circa 1964: BuNo 147752 VK-12 on the ramp with VK-11. William D. Ravgiala, Jr.

Japan: VK-23 BuNo.145088 Somewhere in Japan. "Was going through some old slides from '121 in 1964-5 in Iwakuni. I gave my Minolta to one of our pilots and asked if he would take some pics for me. Many of these pics were in the yearbook --- this one is my favorite." MO - Paraloft. Provided by Dr. Lynn Morrell.

El Toro: VMA-121 Flight Line at MCAS EL Toro. BuNo.147819 and other A4D-2N Scooters. Provided by Ron Hamric.

23SEP68: A-4E Skyhawk BuNo. 152099. A-4E BuNo. 152099, side number VK 18, of VMA-121 landing at Naval Air Station Atsugi, Japan on September 23, 1968. United States Ship America departed Yokosuka for the Tonkin Gulf combat station. This Skyhawk landed after America's planes took off from Atsugi to return to the America. Photograph by Masaaki Hayakawa.

Cubi Point: VMA-121 at Cubi Point. Bill Ravgiala in Subic Bay - back row second from top left. Provided by W.D. (Bill) Ravgiala, Jr. GYSgt. USMC (Ret.)

1966-67: 1966-67 Cruise book. Jay Halstead.

1968: RVN 1968, Hot Pad load awaits take-off at Chu Lai. We Flew many of these exact loads during the siege at Khe Sanh.

Circa late 1980s: Bill Ravgiala in the late 80s as UH-1E Gunner. Bill Ravgiala served with VMA-121 1958-62 with service aboard the Ticonderoga, Ranger and Coral Sea. VMA-121 participated in the US Navy Marine Team Flying Brothers 1960. Provided by W.D. (Bill) Ravgiala, Jr. GYSgt. USMC (Ret.)


Off-Duty Photos

1959: Plane Captain Ravgiala, VMA-121, onboard the USNS Breton on their way to Iwakuni late 1959.

A-4 Skyhawk aircraft assigned to VMA-121.

  • Douglas A4D-2 (A-4B) Skyhawk
    • 142829 c/n 11891
      • 13 Oct 1958 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 14 Oct 1958 - VMA-331 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 142831 c/n 11893
      • 17 Jan 1961 - VMA-121 - USS Coral Sea
      • 29 Mar 1961 - FAWPRA - MCAS Atsugi, Japan
    • 142839 c/n 11901
      • 23 Sep 1960 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 31 Mar 1961 - VMA-331 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
    • 142844 c/n 11906
      • 10 Oct 1958 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 29 Mar 1961 - FAWPRA - NAS Atsugi, Japan
    • 142851 c/n 11913
      • 10 Oct 1958 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 01 Feb 1961 - NAF - NAF Oppama, Japan
    • 142856 c/n 11918
      • 10 Oct 1958 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 30 Apr 1959 - Stricken - 1AA1
    • 142873 c/n 11935
      • 03 Jun 1960 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 18 Jul 1960 - VA-55 - USS Ticonderoga
    • 142876 c/n 11938
      • 10 Oct 1958 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 31 Mar 1961 - VMA-311 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
    • 142879 c/n 11941
      • 10 Oct 1958 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 29 Mar 1961 - FAWPRA - NAS Atsugi, Japan
    • 142880 c/n 11942
      • 04 Jun 1960 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 26 Aug 1960 - VMA-332 - USS Ticonderoga
    • 142881 c/n 11943
      • 10 Oct 1958 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 31 Mar 1961 - FAWPRA - NAS Atsugi, Japan
    • 142882 c/n 11944
      • 15 Oct 1958 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 30 Nov 1958 - VMA-311 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 142886 c/n 11948
      • 10 Oct 1958 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 31 Mar 1961 - VMA-324 - USS Coral Sea
    • 142888 c/n 11950
      • 10 Oct 1958 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 31 Mar 1961 - VMA-324 - USS Coral Sea
    • 142892 c/n 11954
      • 10 Oct 1958 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 05 Mar 1959 - MCAS SO&ES - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 142893 c/n 11955
      • 23 Sep 1960 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 31 Mar 1961 - VMA-311 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
    • 142897 c/n 11959
      • 13 Oct 1958 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 14 Oct 1958 - VMA-311 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 142898 c/n 11960
      • 13 Oct 1958 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 14 Oct 1958 - VMA-311 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 142900 c/n 11962
      • 13 Oct 1958 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 14 Oct 1958 - VMA-311 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 142903 c/n 11965
      • 17 Oct 1958 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 18 Oct 1958 - VMA-311 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 142905 c/n 11967
      • 13 Oct 1958 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 14 Oct 1958 - VMA-311 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 142908 c/n 11970
      • 13 Oct 1958 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 14 Oct 1958 - VMA-311 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 142909 c/n 11971
      • 17 Oct 1958 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 18 Oct 1958 - VMA-311 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 142912 c/n 11974
      • 17 Oct 1958 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 18 Oct 1958 - VMA-311 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 142924 c/n 11986
      • 20 Nov 1958 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 11 Jan 1961 - Stricken - 1AA2
    • 142926 c/n 11988
      • 13 Nov 1958 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 31 Mar 1961 - VMA-311 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
    • 142927 c/n 11989
      • 15 Nov 1958 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 30 Apr 1959 - Stricken - 1AA1
    • 142928 c/n 11990
      • 13 Nov 1958 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 31 Mar 1961 - VMA-311 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
    • 142929 c/n 11991
      • 21 Nov 1958 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 31 Mar 1961 - VMA-311 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
    • 142930 c/n 11992
      • 20 Nov 1958 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 31 Mar 1961 - VMA-311 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
    • 142935 c/n 11997
      • 20 Nov 1958 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 30 Jun 1959 - NAAS NAATC - NAAS Chase Field, TX

      • 30 Nov 1959 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 31 Mar 1961 - VMA-311 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
    • 142937 c/n 11999
      • 21 Nov 1959 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 31 Mar 1961 - VMA-311 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
    • 142938 c/n 12000
      • 21 Nov 1958 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 31 Mar 1961 - VMA-311 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
    • 142944 c/n 12006
      • 21 Nov 1958 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 31 Mar 1961 - VMA-311 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
    • 145016 C/N 12262
      • 25 Jun 1959 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 31 Mar 1961 - FAWPRA - NAS Atsugi, Japan
    • 145017 C/N 12263
      • 25 Jun 1959 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 31 Mar 1961 - VMA-324 - USS Coral Sea
    • 145029 C/N 12275
      • 25 Jun 1959 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 07 Feb 1961 - FAWPRA - NAS Atsugi, Japan

      • 29 Mar 1962 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 14 Aug 1963 - NARTU - NAS Alameda, CA
    • 145044 C/N 12290
      • 06 Aug 1959 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 17 Oct 1960 - Stricken - 1AA2

  • Douglas A4D-2N (A-4C) Skyhawk
    • 145065 c/n 12311
      • 11 Sep 1966 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 30 Nov 1966 - VMA-223 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 145088 c/n 12334
      • 28 Feb 1965 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 10 Jun 1965 - VMA-214 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam

      • 11 Sep 1966 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 05 Nov 1966 - NAS COSA - NAS Atsugi, Japan
    • 145096 c/n 12342
      • 11 Sep 1966 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 30 Nov 1966 - VMA-223 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam

      • 02 Jun 1967 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 05 Sep 1967 - VMA-211 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 145100 c/n 12346
      • 30 Jun 1961 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 07 Sep 1961 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA

      • 08 Mar 1962 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 22 Aug 1963 - VMA-223 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan

      • 31 Mar 1964 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 01 Apr 1965 - VMA-214 - USS Iwo Jima

      • 11 Sep 1966 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 30 Nov 1966 - VMA-223 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam

      • 02 Jun 1966 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 05 Sep 1967 - VMA-211 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam

      • 15 Oct 1968 - VMAAW-121 - MCAS Cherry Point, NC
      • 17 Mar 1969 - NAS A&T - NAS Alameda, Ca
    • 145101 c/n 12347
      • 11 Sep 1966 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 30 Nov 1966 - VMA-223 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam

      • 02 Jun 1966 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 05 Sep 1967 - VMA-211 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam

      • 15 Oct 1968 - VMAAW-121 - MCAS Cherry Point, NC
      • 17 Mar 1969 - NAS A&T - NAS Alameda, CA
    • 145103 c/n 12349
      • 11 Sep 1966 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 30 Nov 1966 - VMA-223 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam

      • 02 Jun 1966 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 05 Sep 1967 - VMA-211 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam

      • 15 Oct 1968 - VMAAW-121 - MCAS Cherry Point, NC
      • 17 Mar 1969 - NAS A&T - NAS Alameda, CA
    • 145108 c/n 12354
      • 31 Mar 1964 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 01 Apr 1965 - VMA-214 - USS Iwo Jima

      • 11 Sep 1966 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 30 Nov 1966 - VMA-223 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam

      • 02 Jun 1966 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 05 Sep 1967 - VMA-211 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam

      • 15 Oct 1968 - VMAAW-121 - MCAS Cherry Point, NC
      • 17 Mar 1969 - NAS A&T - NAS Alameda, CA
    • 145109 c/n 12355
      • 31 Mar 1964 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 01 Apr 1965 - VMA-214 - USS Iwo Jima
    • 145110 c/n 12356
      • 31 Mar 1964 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 01 Apr 1965 - VMA-214 - USS Iwo Jima
    • 145113 c/n 12359
      • 28 Feb 1963 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 01 Apr 1964 - VMA-223 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 145117 c/n 12363
      • 31 Mar 1964 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 01 Apr 1965 - VMA-214 - USS Iwo Jima

      • 11 Sep 1966 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 30 Nov 1966 - VMA-223 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 145118 c/n 12364
      • 11 Sep 1966 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 30 Nov 1966 - VMA-223 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam

      • 02 Jun 1966 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 05 Sep 1967 - VMA-211 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam

      • 15 Oct 1968 - VMAAW-121 - MCAS Cherry Point, NC
      • 17 Mar 1969 - NAS A&T - NAS Alameda, CA
    • 145119 c/n 12365
      • 11 Sep 1966 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 30 Nov 1966 - VMA-223 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam

      • 02 Jun 1966 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 05 Sep 1967 - VMA-211 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 145125 c/n 12371
      • 11 Sep 1966 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 30 Nov 1966 - VMA-223 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam

      • 02 Jun 1966 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 05 Sep 1967 - VMA-211 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam

      • 15 Oct 1968 - VMAAW-121 - MCAS Cherry Point, NC
      • 17 Mar 1969 - NAS A&T - NAS Alameda, CA
    • 147669 C/N 12433
      • 31 May 1961 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 26 Sep 1963 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA

      • 02 Jun 1967 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 01 Dec 1967 - VMA-223 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam

      • 15 Oct 1968 - VMAAW-121 - MCAS Cherry Point, NC
      • 28 Apr 1969 - NAS - NAS Atsugi, Japan
    • 147671 C/N 12435
      • 27 Jul 1961 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 22 Aug 1963 - VMA-223 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan

      • 31 Mar 1964 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 01 Apr 1965 - VMA-214 - USS Iwo Jima

      • 11 Sep 1966 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 30 Nov 1966 - VMA-223 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam

      • 02 Jun 1966 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 05 Sep 1967 - VMA-211 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam

      • 15 Oct 1968 - VMAAW-121 - MCAS Cherry Point, NC
      • 17 Mar 1969 - NAS A&T - NAS Alameda, CA
    • 147674 C/N 12438
      • 30 Jun 1961 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 01 Apr 1964 - VMA-223 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 147713 C/N 12477
      • 23 Jun 1961 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 27 Nov 1961 - Stricken - 1AA1
    • 147752 C/N 12516
      • 31 May 1964 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 06 Feb 1965 - VMA-225 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan

      • 11 Sep 1966 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 30 Nov 1966 - VMA-223 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam

      • 02 Jun 1966 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 05 Sep 1967 - VMA-211 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam

      • 15 Oct 1968 - VMAAW-121 - MCAS Cherry Point, NC
      • 17 Mar 1969 - NAS A&T - NAS Alameda, CA
    • 147755 C/N 12519
      • 11 Sep 1966 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 30 Nov 1966 - VMA-223 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 147767 C/N 12531
      • 11 Sep 1966 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 30 Nov 1966 - VMA-223 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam

      • 02 Jun 1966 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 05 Sep 1967 - VMA-211 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 147772 C/N 12536
      • 11 Sep 1966 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 30 Nov 1966 - VMA-223 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam

      • 02 Jun 1966 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 05 Sep 1967 - VMA-211 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 147782 C/N 12546
      • 11 Sep 1966 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 30 Nov 1966 - VMA-223 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam

      • 02 Jun 1966 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 05 Sep 1967 - VMA-211 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam

      • 15 Oct 1968 - VMAAW-121 - MCAS Cherry Point, NC
      • 17 Mar 1969 - NAS A&T - NAS Alameda, CA
    • 147783 C/N 12547
      • 19 Jun 1961 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 01 Apr 1964 - VMA-223 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 147787 C/N 12551
      • 11 Sep 1966 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 30 Nov 1966 - VMA-223 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 147788 C/N 12552
      • 31 Mar 1965 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 01 Apr 1965 - VMA-214 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
    • 147793 C/N 12557
      • 31 May 1964 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 01 Apr 1965 - VMA-214 - USS Iwo Jima

      • 11 Jul 1966 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 30 Nov 1966 - VMA-223 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam

      • 02 Jun 1967 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 05 Sep 1967 - VMA-211 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam

      • 15 Oct 1968 - VMAAW-121 - MCAS Cherry Point, NC
      • 17 Mar 1969 - NAS A&T - NAS Alameda, CA
    • 147795 C/N 12559
      • 13 Nov 1962 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 05 Mar 1964 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
    • 147802 C/N 12566
      • 31 Mar 1964 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 01 Apr 1965 - VMA-214 - USS Iwo Jima
    • 147804 C/N 12568
      • 11 Sep 1966 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 30 Nov 1966 - VMA-223 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam

      • 21 Jun 1967 - VMA-121 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
      • 05 Sep 1967 - VMA-211 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 147809 C/N 12573
      • 27 Jun 1961 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 05 Mar 1964 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
    • 147813 C/N 12577
      • 26 Jun 1961 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 02 Dec 1963 - Stricken - 1AA1
    • 147815 C/N 12579
      • 13 Nov 1962 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 03 Mar 1964 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
    • 147816 C/N 12580
      • 19 Jun 1961 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 18 Mar 1964 - H&MS-15 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 147819 C/N 12583
      • 20 Jun 1961 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 01 Apr 1964 - VMA-223 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 148436 C/N 12629
      • 31 Mar 1964 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 19 Feb 1965 - VMA-225 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
    • 148451 C/N 12644
      • 17 Apr 1961 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 21 Jun 1961 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 148453 C/N 12646
      • 17 Apr 1961 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 20 Jun 1961 - VMA-223 - MCAS El Toro, CA

      • 28 Feb 1963 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 12 Mar 1964 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
    • 148458 C/N 12651
      • 15 Oct 1968 - VMAAW-121 - MCAS Cherry point, NC
      • 17 Mar 1969 - NAS A&T - NAS Alameda, CA
    • 148462 C/N 12655
      • 17 Apr 1961 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 21 Jul 1961 - NAS - NAS Alameda, CA
    • 148464 C/N 12657
      • 12 Apr 1961 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 05 Mar 1964 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
    • 148465 C/N 12658
      • 12 Apr 1961 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 16 Aug 1961 - NAS - NAS Alameda, CA
    • 148467 C/N 12660
      • 17 Apr 1961 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 16 Jun 1961 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 148469 C/N 12662
      • 17 Apr 1961 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 16 Jun 1961 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA

      • 31 Mar 1964 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 19 Mar 1965 - FAWPRA - NAS Atsugi, Japan
    • 148471 C/N 12664
      • 17 Apr 1961 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 21 Jun 1961 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA

      • 31 Mar 1964 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 01 Apr 1965 - VMA-214 - USS Iwo Jima
    • 148472 C/N 12665
      • 17 Apr 1961 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 20 Jun 1961 - VMA-223 - MCAS El Toro, CA

      • 02 Jun 1967 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 05 Sep 1967 - VMA-211 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam

      • 15 Oct 1968 - VMAAW-121 - MCAS Cherry Point, NC
      • 17 Mar 1969 - NAS A&T - NAS Alameda, CA
    • 148473 C/N 12666
      • 12 Jul 1961 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 20 Jun 1961 - VMA-223 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 148474 C/N 12667
      • 12 Apr 1961 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 05 Mar 1964 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI

      • 15 Oct 1968 - VMAAW-121 - MCAS Cherry Point, NC
      • 23 Mar 1969 - VMAT-102 - MCAS Yuma, AZ
    • 148475 C/N 12668
      • 17 Apr 1961 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 09 Mar 1964 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
    • 148477 C/N 12670
      • 17 Apr 1961 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 08 Aug 1961 - Stricken - 1AA1
  • Douglas A4D-2N (A-4C) Skyhawk (Cont.)
    • 148482 C/N 12675
      • 27 Jul 1961 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 01 Apr 1964 - VMA-223 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 148486 C/N 12679
      • 14 Apr 1961 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 20 Jun 1961 - VMA-223 - MCAS El Toro, CA

      • 13 Nov 1962 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 01 Apr 1964 - VMA-223 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 148493 C/N 12686
      • 14 Apr 1961 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 148493 C/N 12686
    • 148494 C/N 12687
      • 14 Apr 1961 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 16 Jun 1961 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA

      • 31 Mar 1964 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 01 Apr 1965 - VMA-214 - USS Iwo Jima

      • 02 Jun 1967 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 05 Sep 1967 - VMA-211 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam

      • 15 Oct 1968 - VMAAW-121 - MCAS Cherry Point, NC
      • 17 Mar 1969 - NAS A&T - NAS Alameda, CA
    • 148496 C/N 12689
      • 20 May 1961 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 01 Apr 1964 - VMA-223 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 148497 C/N 12690
      • 05 May 1961 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 01 Apr 1964 - VMA-223 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 148500 C/N 12693
      • 04 May 1961 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 06 Dec 1963 - H&MS-15 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 148501 C/N 12694
      • 08 May 1961 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 01 Apr 1964 - VMA-223 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 148508 C/N 12701
      • 31 Mar 1963 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 01 Apr 1965 - VMA-214 - USS Iwo Jima

      • 02 Jun 1967 - VMA-121 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
      • 05 Sep 1967 - VMA-211 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam

      • 15 Oct 1968 - VMAAW-121 - MCAS Cherry Point, NC
      • 17 Mar 1969 - NAS A&T - NAS Alameda, CA
    • 148535 C/N 12728
      • 31 Mar 1964 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 01 Apr 1965 - VMA-214 - USS Iwo Jima
    • 148538 C/N 12731
      • 11 Sep 1966 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 30 Nov 1966 - VMA-223 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam

      • 02 Jun 1966 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 05 Sep 1967 - VMA-211 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam

      • 16 Oct 1968 - VMAAW-121 - MCAS Cherry Point, NC
      • 17 Mar 1969 - NAS A&T - NAS Alameda, CA
    • 148548 C/N 12741
      • 31 Mar 1964 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 01 Apr 1965 - VMA-214 - USS Iwo Jima
    • 148549 C/N 12742
      • 28 Feb 1964 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 01 Apr 1965 - VMA-214 - USS Iwo Jima

      • 31 May 1967 - VMA-121 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
      • 05 Sep 1967 - VMA-211 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 148553 C/N 12746
      • 31 Mar 1964 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 01 Apr 1965 - VMA-214 - USS Iwo Jima
    • 148560 C/N 12753
      • 08 Sep 1961 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 19 Jul 1962 - Stricken - 1AA1
    • 148561 C/N 12754
      • 08 Sep 1961 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 01 Nov 1962 - Stricken - 1AA1
    • 148590 C/N 12783
      • 31 Mar 1964 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 01 Apr 1965 - VMA-214 - USS Iwo Jima
    • 148595 C/N 12788
      • 31 Mar 1964 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 01 Apr 1965 - VMA-214 - USS Iwo Jima
    • 148601 C/N 12794
      • 31 Mar 1964 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 01 Apr 1965 - VMA-214 - USS Iwo Jima
    • 149605 c/n 12930
      • 04 Nov 1966 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 30 Nov 1966 - VMA-223 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam

      • 02 Jun 1967 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 05 Sep 1967 - VMA-211 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam

      • 21 Oct 1968 - VMAAAW-121 - MCAS Cherry Point, NC
      • 17 Mar 1969 - NAS A&T - NAS Alameda, CA
    • 149629 c/n 12954
      • 15 Oct 1968 - VMAAW-121 - MCAS Cherry Point, NC
      • 17 Mar 1969 - NAS A&T - NAS Alameda, CA

  • Douglas A4D-5 (A-4E) Skyhawk
    • 149651 c/n 12976
      • 07 Sep 1967 - VMA-121 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
      • 28 Feb 1968 - FS FAWPRA - NAS Atsugi, Japan

      • 18 Aug 1968 - VMAAW-121 - MCAS Cherry Point, NC
      • 14 Oct 1968 - VMA-223 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 149657 c/n 12982
      • 04 Jun 1968 - VMAAW-121 - MCAS Cherry Point, NC
      • 14 Oct 1968 - VMA-223 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 149661 c/n 12986
      • 30 Apr 1968 - VMAAW-121 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
      • 14 Oct 1968 - VMA-223 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 149968 c/n 13021
      • 28 Feb 1967 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 02 Jun 1967 - VMA-311 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 149970 c/n 13023
      • 26 Jan 1967 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 02 Jun 1967 - VMA-311 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 149973 c/n 13026
      • 05 Sep 1967 - VMA-121 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
      • 07 Jun 1968 - VMAAW-121 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 149987 c/n 13040
      • 13 Aug 1968 - VMAAW-121 - MCAS Cherry Point, NC
      • 14 Oct 1968 - VMA-223 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 149989 c/n 13042
      • 30 Jun 1968 - VMAAW-121 - MCAS Cherry Point, NC
      • 14 Oct 1968 - VMA-223 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 150011 c/n 13064
      • 01 Dec 1966 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 11 May 1967 - Stricken - 1S
    • 150029 c/n 13082
      • 05 Apr 1965 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 14 Jul 1966 - VMAAW-224 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam

      • 12 Oct 1966 - VMA-211 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
      • 01 Mar 1968 - A&T - NAS Atsugi, Japan
    • 150032 c/n 13085
      • 30 Nov 1966 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 30 May 1967 - Stricken - 1S
    • 150036 c/n 13089
      • 19 May 1965 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 27 Jul 1965 - VMA-223 - MCAS El Toro, CA

      • 01 Dec 1966 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 06 Jan 1967 - Stricken - 1S
    • 150046 c/n 13099
      • 05 Apr 1965 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 13 May 1965 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 150049 c/n 13102
      • 05 Apr 1965 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 27 Jul 1965 - VMA-223 - MCAS El Toro, CA

      • 01 Dec 1966 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 02 Jun 1967 - VMA-211 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam

      • 07 Sep 1967 - VMA-121 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
      • 26 May 1968 - VMA-211 - Aircraft Sustained Minor Damage

      • 01 Jun 1968 - VMAAW-121 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
      • ?? ??? 1968 - VMA-223 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 150053 c/n 13106
      • 05 Apr 1965 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 14 May 1965 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA

      • 14 Jan 1967 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 02 Jun 1967 - VMA-311 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 150054 c/n 13107
      • 05 Apr 1965 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 15 May 1965 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 150089 c/n 13142
      • 22 Mar 1968 - VMA-121 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
      • 13 May 1968 - VMA-211 - Aircraft Sustained Minor Damage
    • 150091 c/n 13144
      • 28 Aug 1968 - VMAAW-121 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
      • 14 Oct 1968 - VMA-223 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 150092 c/n 13145
      • 22 Mar 1968 - VMA-121 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
      • 05 Apr 1968 - VMAAW-121 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
      • 14 Oct 1968 - VMA-223 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 150094 c/n 13147
      • 22 Mar 1968 - VMA-121 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
      • 26 Sep 1968 - Stricken - 1S
    • 150104 c/n 13157
      • 05 Apr 1965 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 27 Jul 1965 - VMA-223 - MCAS El Toro, CA

      • 01 Dec 1966 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 01 Mar 1967 - VMA-223 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 150105 c/n 13158
      • 24 Jun 1966 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 02 Jun 1967 - VMA-311 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 150106 c/n 13159
      • 01 Dec 1966 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 14 Jan 1967 - Stricken - 1S
    • 150107 c/n 13160
      • 05 Apr 1965 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 12 Aug 1965 - VMA-223 - MCAS El Toro, CA

      • 01 Dec 1966 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 02 Jun 1967 - VMA-311 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 150120 c/n 13173
      • 15 Dec 1967 - VMA-121 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
      • 06 Jun 1968 - VMAAW-121 - MCAS Cherry Point, NC
      • 14 Oct 1968 - VMA-223 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 151032 c/n 13202
      • 19 May 1965 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 30 Jul 1965 - VMA-223 - MCAS El Toro, CA

      • 01 Dec 1966 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 02 Jun 1967 - VMA-311 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 151033 c/n 13203
      • 01 Dec 1966 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 04 Jun 1967 - VMA-211 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam

      • 05 Sep 1967 - VMA-121 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
      • 14 Oct 1968 - VMA-223 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 151039 c/n 13209
      • 14 May 1965 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 11 Sep 1966 - VMA-211 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 151039 c/n 13209
      • 14 May 1965 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 11 Sep 1966 - VMA-211 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 151040 c/n 13210
      • 01 Dec 1966 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 02 Jun 1967 - VMA-311 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 151041 c/n 13211
      • 27 Jul 1965 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 11 Sep 1966 - VMA-211 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam

      • 05 Sep 1967 - VMA-121 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
      • 29 Nov 1967 - NAS - NAS Atsugi, Japan
    • 151042 c/n 13212
      • 09 Aug 1965 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 11 Sep 1966 - VMA-211 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 151043 c/n 13213
      • 18 May 1965 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 11 Sep 1966 - VMA-211 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 151044 c/n 13214
      • 18 May 1965 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 11 Mar 1966 - NAS - NAS Cubi Point, RP

      • 01 Dec 1966 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 04 Jun 1967 - VMA-211 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam

      • 31 Jan 1968 - FS FAWPRA - NAS Atsugi, Japan
      • 16 Jul 1968 - NAS A&T - NAS Atsugi, Japan

      • 25 Jul 1968 - VMAAW-121 - MCAS Cherry Point, NC
      • 14 Oct 1968 - VMA-223 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 151045 c/n 13215
      • 27 Jul 1965 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 11 Sep 1966 - VMA-211 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 151046 c/n 13216
      • 27 Jul 1965 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 11 Sep 1966 - VMA-211 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam

      • 03 Mar 1967 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 02 Jun 1967 - VMA-311 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 151050 c/n 13220
      • 27 Jul 1965 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 11 Sep 1966 - VMA-211 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam

      • 05 Sep 1967 - VMA-121 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
      • 28 Jun 1968 - VMAAW-121 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
      • 14 Oct 1968 - VMA-223 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 151056 c/n 13226
      • 08 Jul 1965 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 11 Sep 1966 - VMA-211 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam

      • 05 Sep 1967 - VMA-121 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
      • 18 Jun 1968 - VMAAW-121 - MCAS Cherry Point, NC
      • 14 Oct 1968 - VMA-223 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 151059 c/n 13229
      • 03 Aug 1965 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 12 Mar 1966 - NAS - NAS Alameda, CA

      • 31 Aug 1968 - VMAAW-121 - MCS Cherry Point, NC
      • 14 Oct 1968 - VMA-223 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 151060 c/n 13230
      • 27 Jul 1965 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 11 Sep 1966 - VMA-211 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 151074 c/n 13244
      • 14 Mar 1967 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 07 Jun 1967 - VMA-311 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 151078 c/n 13248
      • 27 Jul 1965 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 11 Sep 1966 - VMA-211 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 151080 c/n 13250
      • 27 Jul 1965 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 11 Sep 1966 - VMA-211 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam

      • 23 May 1967 - VMA-121 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
      • 09 Jun 1968 - Stricken - 1S
    • 151088 c/n 13258
      • 30 Jul 1965 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 11 Sep 1966 - VMA-211 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 151091 c/n 13261
      • 11 Apr 1966 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 11 Sep 1966 - VMA-211 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 151093 c/n 13263
      • 27 Jul 1965 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 11 Sep 1966 - VMA-211 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 151096 c/n 13266
      • 27 Jul 1965 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 11 Sep 1966 - VMA-211 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 151097 c/n 13267
      • 07 Jan 1968 - VMA-121 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
      • 18 May 1968 - VMAAW-121 - MCAS Cherry Point, NC
      • 14 Oct 1968 - VMA-223 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 151107 c/n 13277
      • 21 May 1965 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 27 Jul 1965 - VMA-223 - MCAS El Toro, CA

      • 27 Aug 1965 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 11 Sep 1966 - VMA-211 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 151122 c/n 13292
      • 15 Dec 1967 - VMA-121 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
      • 25 Jun 1968 - VMAAW-121 - MCAS Cherry Point, NC
      • 14 Oct 1968 - VMA-223 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 151125 c/n 13295
      • 27 Apr 1966 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 11 Sep 1966 - VMA-211 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam

      • 05 Sep 1967 - VMA-121 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
      • 26 May 1968 - VMAAW-121 - MCAS Cherry Point, NC
      • 14 Oct 1968 - VMA-223 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 151127 c/n 13297
      • 05 Apr 1965 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 11 Sep 1966 - VMA-211 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 151129 c/n 13299
      • 05 Apr 1965 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 11 Sep 1966 - VMA-211 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam

      • 05 Sep 1967 - VMA-121 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
      • 07 Jun 1968 - VMAAW-121 - MCAS Cherry Point, NC
      • 14 Oct 1968 - VMA-223 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 151133 c/n 13303
      • 01 Dec 1966 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 02 Jun 1967 - VMA-311 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 151140 c/n 13310
      • 21 May 1965 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 27 Jul 1965 - VMA-223 - MCAS El Toro, CA

      • 01 Dec 1966 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 02 Jun 1967 - VMA-311 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 151143 c/n 13313
      • 05 Sep 1967 - VMA-121 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
      • 28 Jul 1968 - Stricken - 1SA
    • 151152 c/n 13322
      • 14 May 1966 - VMA-121 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 11 Sep 1966 - VMA-211 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 151159 c/n 13329
      • 05 Sep 1967 - VMA-121 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
      • 08 May 1968 - VMAAW-121 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
      • 01 Oct 1968 - VMA-121 - MAG-12 VK-??
      • 01 Oct 1968 - Stricken - 1SA
    • 151163 c/n 13333
      • 07 Jan 1968 - VMA-121 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
      • 08 May 1968 - VMAAW-121 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
      • 14 Oct 1968 - VMA-223 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 151186 c/n 13356
      • 29 Jan 1968 - VMAAW-121 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
      • 14 Oct 1968 - VMA-223 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 151989 c/n 13377
      • 01 Dec 1966 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 03 Mar 1967 - VMA-211 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam

      • 05 Sep 1967 - VMA-121 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
      • 19 Mar 1968 - NAS A&T - NAS Atsugi, Japan
    • 151999 c/n 13387
      • 22 Sep 1967 - VMA-121 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
      • 13 May 1968 - VMA-211 - Aircraft Sustained Major Damage

      • 26 Jun 1968 - VMAAW-121 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
      • 14 Oct 1968 - VMA-223 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 152002 c/n 13390
      • 30 Nov 1966 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 02 Jun 1967 - VMA-311 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 152004 c/n 13392
      • 05 Sep 1967 - VMA-121 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
      • 25 Apr 1968 - VMAAW-121 - MCAS Cherry Point, NC
      • 14 Oct 1968 - VMA-223 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 152051 c/n 13439
      • 01 Dec 1966 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 27 Feb 1967 - Stricken - 1S
    • 152053 c/n 13441
      • 01 Dec 1966 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 02 Jun 1967 - VMA-311 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 152054 c/n 13442
      • 01 Dec 1966 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 12 Jun 1967 - VMA-223 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 152055 c/n 13443
      • 01 Dec 1966 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 03 May 1967 - Stricken - 1S
    • 152056 c/n 13444
      • 01 Dec 1966 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 02 Jun 1967 - VMA-311 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 152058 c/n 13446
      • 01 Dec 1966 - VMA-121 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 02 Jun 1967 - VMA-311 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 152092 c/n 13480
      • 13 Oct 1967 - VMA-121 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
      • 09 May 1968 - Stricken - 1S
    • 152099 c/n 13487
      • 10 Oct 1967 - VMA-121 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
      • 14 Oct 1968 - VMA-223 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam

 

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