VMA-214

VMA-214 Black Sheep

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VMA-214 Black Sheep
Courtesy of Jimmie Little
VMA-214 Black Sheep
60 Years over the Pacific

Courtesy of R. H. Melville Jr.

VMA-214 Blacksheep Det N
VMA-214 Westpac 1963-1964
VMA-214 Blacksheep Hovermeister.jpg
VMA-214 Hovermeister
VMA-214 Blacksheep Night Attack
VMA-214 Night Attack

Patch

July 1942: Swashbucklers

07 August 1943 to present: Black Sheep
Most versions were the black shield of illegitimacy, the bar sinister, a black sheep superimposed, surrounded by a circle of twelve stars, and crowned with the image of their aircraft, the F4U-1 Corsair.

Cubi-Club Café Plaque.

Sources

David Weber

Bill Cline

Lloyd Gailey

Takafumi Hiroe

Jim Larkin

Fred Lewis

Roberta Lowe

Terry McGinnis

Rusty Williams

Bill Cline

John Street

Hans Vogelpohl

Hal Widener

Robert H. Melville Jr.

John Gabbard

Handle

01 JUL 1942 to AUG 1943: VMF-214 "Swashbucklers"

07 AUG 1943 to present: Black Sheep

Heritage

July 1, 1942 - Marine Fighter Squadron 214 - MCAS Ewa, Hawaii Territory.

 

History of VMF/VMA-214:
History Page 1
History Page 2
History Page 3
History Page 4
History Page 5
History Page 6

Home Ports

1942: MCAS Ewa, Hawaii.
To VMA-214 SDO Steve Linder: Hi, my name is Matt Hobbs. I'm an Army Blackhawk pilot stationed in Hawaii.
Long story short, I was exploring what was once known as MCAS Ewa today. I did a google search to find more info, and saw that VMA-214 had formed there back in 1943. Quite a bit of history. I saw that you were listed as a point of contact for the unit history page, so I thought I'd pass some photos along of what MCAS Ewa looks like today. CW2 Matt Hobbs. Blackhawk Pilot)

MCAS Ewa hangar 1
MCAS Ewa horse hangars
MCAS Ewa runway

29 JAN 1944: MCAS Goleta, Santa Barbara CA.

APR 1945: MCAS El Centro CA.

OCT 1945: MCAS El Toro CA.

MAY 1965: Air Station Iwakuni Japan

APR 1967: MCAS El Toro CA

SEP 1987: MCAS Yuma AZ

Air Wings

1953: MAG-13

MAY 1965: WE - MAG-12 - Iwakuni, Japan

APR 1967: MAG-33 - El Toro, CA

DEC 1970: MAG-13

Aircraft

Date Type First Received - - - - - - Type of Aircraft:

1942: Grumman F4F-3 Wildcat.

1942: Grumman F4F-4 Wildcat.

1943: Vought F4U-4 Corsair.

1952: Grumman F9F Panther>

1953: F2H-4 Banshee>

MAR 1958: FJ-4 Fury

JAN 1959: FJ-4B Fury

8 JAN 1962: Dogulas A4D-2 (A-4B) Skyhawk *

3 MAR 1964: Douglas A4D-2N (A-4C) Skyhawk *

24 MAR 1970: Douglas A4D-5 (A-4E) Skyhawk *

3 DEC 1970: Douglas A-4F Skyhawk

25 SEP 1972: Douglas A-4M Skyhawk.

OCT 1991: AV-8B Harrier.

* 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:

Deployments

1942 ---- 1945 - Western Pacific WWII

Post WWII:

194x --------- USS Rendova (CVE-114)

194x --------- USS Baroko (CVE-115)

194x --------- USS Badoeng Straight (CVE-116)

194x --------- USS Boxer (CV-21)

AUG 1950 - 1952 -Korea

1950 --------- USS Boxer (CV-21)

1963 --------- Viet Nam

Oct 10 1963 - Apr 15 1964 - DET.N - A-4B - CVS-12 - CVSG-57 - WE-81/84 - WestPac

1964 - MAY31 1965 -----A-4C - MAG-12/MCAS Iwakuni, Japan

Jun 01 1965 - Jun 21 1965 -A-4C - MAG-15/MCAS Iwakuni, Japan

Jun 21 1965 - Feb 16 1966 - A-4E - MAG-12/Chu-Lai, South Vietnam

Feb 16 1966 - Apr 29 1966 -A-4C - MAG-15/MCAS Iwakuni, Japan

Apr 29 1966 - Mar 1967 ---A-4E - MAG-12/Chu-Lai, South Vietnam

Jul 1977 ---- Jul 1978 --- A-4M - MAG-12/MCAS Iwakuni, Japan

Jun 1980 ---- Dec 1980 --- A-4M - MAG-12/MCAS Iwakuni, Japan

Dec 1981 ---- Jun 1982 --- A-4M - MAG-12/MCAS Iwakuni, Japan

Dec 1986 ---- Jun 1987 --- A-4M - MAG-12/MCAS Iwakuni, Japan

Jun 1988 ---- Dec 1988 --- A-4M - MAG-12/MCAS Iwakuni, Japan

OCT 1991 ------------- Iwakuni Japan

DEC 1993 ------------ U.S.S. Peleliu LHA-5

OCT 1994 ----------- Det. deployment on U.S.S. Essex LHD-2.

APR 1996 ----------- Det. on U.S.S. Tarawa LHA-1

1997 --------- Det. on the U.S.S. Peleliu LHA-5.

1998 -------- 1999 --------- Deployment on U.S.S. Boxer LHD-4.

2000 ---------2001 ---------- Dets. to Iwakuni, Japan and U.S.S. Tarawa (LHA-1)

Commanding Officers

July 1, 1942 : Captain C. W. SOMMERS

July 21, 1942 : --- Captain G. F. Britt

June 9, 1943 Major H. A. ELLIS JR

July 12, 1943 : Major W. A. PACE

August 7, 1943 : Captain J. R. BURNETT

September 7, 1943 to January 3, 1944 -Boyington

February 9, 1944 : 2nd Lt R. R. TILTON

March 1, 1944 : Major W. H. McPHERSON

April 10, 1944 : Major S. R. BAILEY

June 11, 1945 : Major J. W. MERRITT

July 1, 1945 : Lt R. J. McDONNELL

August 1, 1945 : Major G. L. HOLLOWELL

November 1, 1945 : Major T. W. FURLOW

March 7, 1946 : Major S. GIER

March 20, 1946 : Major H. A. PETERS

April 15, 1947 : Major D. H. SAPP

November 19, 1948 : Major S. G. CORTELYOU

July 16, 1949 : Lt Colonel H. A. YORK

July 8, 1950 : Lt Colonel W. E. LISCHEID (KIA)

November 1, 1950 : Major W. M. LUNDIN

January 1, 1951 : Lt Colonel J. A. FEELY JR

May 16, 1951 : Lt Colonel J. W. POINDEXTER

November 4, 1951 : Major C. M. KUNZ

December 4, 1951 : Lt Colonel C. C. LEE

March 11, 1952 : Major M. C. GREGORY

April 9, 1952 : Lt Colonel M. M. COOK JR

June 3, 1953 : Lt Colonel W. J. CARR JR

December 15, 1953 : Lt Colonel J. T. McDANIEL JR

March 10, 1954 : Lt Colonel A. S. WALKER

October 26, 1954 : Lt Colonel R. F. FLAHERTY

March 23, 1955 : Lt Colonel H. M. TURNER

December 2, 1955 : Lt Colonel A. N. NEHF

November 5, 1957 : Lt Colonel J. F. BOLT

August 15, 1959 : Lt Colonel R. BAIRD

January 10, 1961 : Major H. D. HUFFSTUTTER

July 29, 1961 : Major G. KUPRASH

December 15, 1961 : Lt Colonel R. WULLANE

January 8, 1963 : Lt Colonel E. B. LONG

October 9, 1963 : Lt Colonel O. E. HOWE JR

July 11, 1964 : Lt Colonel K. O'KEEFE

April 2, 1966 : Lt Colonel D. L. DAVIS

June 9, 1966 : Lt Colonel R. D. WALLACE

December 1, 1966 : Major R. E. HEMMINGWAY

April 1, 1967 : Lt Colonel D. D. PARISH

April 4, 1968 : Lt Colonel J. J. WENT

January 29, 1969 : Lt Colonel W. R. SMITH

February 4, 1970 : Lt Colonel R. J. REID

June 5, 1971 : Lt Colonel J. J. McCARTHY

August 15, 1972 : Lt Colonel D. F. NEWTON

July 10, 1973 : Lt Colonel C. L. DAVIS

June 15, 1974 : Lt Colonel R. H. ALLEY

August 16, 1975 : Lt Colonel J. R. THOMPSON

August 26, 1976 : Lt Colonel D. C. FITZGERALD

August 4, 1978 : Lt Colonel J. L. UNDERWOOD

May 4, 1979 : Lt Colonel P. B. WYRICK

December 20, 1980 : Lt Colonel E. E. HASTINGS

July 16, 1982 : Lt Colonel J. P. OPPENHUIZEN

December 10, 1983 : Lt Colonel J. D. JEWELL

November 23, 1985 : Lt Colonel N. N. KIRBY

August 29, 1987 : Lt Colonel T. R. CARSTENS

July 6, 1989 : Lt Colonel R. M. STROMBERG

August 3, 1990 : Lt Colonel R. V. DELONEY

July 16, 1992 : Lt Colonel H. J. COBLE

May 26, 1994 : Lt Colonel M. J. KELLY

April 26, 1996 : --

October 25, 1997 : Lt Colonel D. H. TIERNEY

Awards

1943: Presidential Unit Citation

29 AUG 1961: CMC Safety Award

1966: Navy Unit Commendation: With Bronze Star

OCT 1982: Lawson H.M Sanderson Award (Attack Squadron of the Year)

17 OCT 1987: Lawson H.M Sanderson Award (Attack Squadron of the Year)

AUG 1997: Lawson H.M Sanderson Award (Attack Squadron of the Year)

Events

July 1, 1942: VMA-214 was commissioned at Station Ewa, Oahu Hawaii. They were de-commissioned after their combat tour. They were know as the "Swashbucklers".

August 7, 1943: The orginial "Black Sheep" of twenty seven men led by Major Gregory "Pappy" Boyington formed a new VMF-214 at Espiritu Santo in the Western Pacific. Major Boyington had recently returned from a year's tour with the American Vounteer Group (aka "Flying Tigers") in China.

January 8, 1944: Commanding officer Major Gregory "Pappy" Boyington is shot down and captured by the Japanese.

Medal of Honor holder, Marine Aviator and AVG Flying Tiger Pilot.

Major, United States Marine Corps Reserve, Marine Squadron 214.

Central Solomons area, from 12 September 1943 to 3 January 1944.

For extraordinary heroism and valiant devotion to duty as commanding officer of Marine Fighting Squadron 214 in action against enemy Japanese forces in the Central Solomons area from 12 September 1943 to 3 January 1944.

Consistently outnumbered throughout successive hazardous flights over heavily defended hostile territory, Major Boyington struck at the enemy with daring and courageous persistence, leading his squadron into combat with devastating results to Japanese shipping, shore installations, and aerial forces.

Resolute in his efforts to inflict crippling damage on the enemy, Major Boyington led a formation of 24 fighters over Kahili on 17 October and, persistently circling the airdrome where 60 hostile aircraft were grounded, boldly challenged the Japanese to send up planes. Under his brilliant command, our fighters shot down 20 enemy craft in the ensuing action without the loss of a single ship.

A superb airman and determined fighter against overwhelming odds, Major Boyington personally destroyed 26 of the many Japanese planes shot down by his squadron and, by his forceful leadership, developed the combat readiness in his command which was a distinctive factor in the Allied aerial achievements in this vitally strategic area.

Colonel Boyington was the total victor in many more than twenty-six aerial combats during World War II in the Pacific and Asia. "Pappy" Boyington was finally shot down and captured. As a prisoner of war Colonel Boyington suffered brutal and horrible prolonged torture at the hands of the Japanese before being released at war's end. Colonel Boyington died of cancer January 12, 1988.

January 13, 1944: VMF-214's combat tour ends and the unit is dis-established.

January 29, 1944: VMF-214 is re-established at MCAS Goleta, Santa Barbara CA.

February 4, 1945: VMF-214 deploys aboard the U.S.S. Franklin, CV-13 to the Western Pacific for combat operations against Okinawa and Japan.

March 19, 1945: A Japanese Bomber strikes CV-13 and the resulting fire kills 772 crew members, including 32 Black Sheep. This ended the unit's involvment in WWII.

April 1945: VMF-214 are relocated to MCAS El Centro CA.

October 1945: VMF-214 relocated to MCAS El Toro CA.

1945-5x: VMF-214 deploys aboard U.S.S. Rendova (CVE-114), U.S.S. Baroko (CVE-115), U.S.S. Badoeng Straight (CVE-116), and the U.S.S. Boxer (CV-21).

August 1950: VMF-214 is the first Marine Squadron to see combat in Korea. They were flying from the U.S.S. Boxer, CV-21.

1952: VMF-214 gave up their Corsairs for their first jets, the F9F Panther.

1953: The Panthers gave way to the F2H-4 All Weather Banshee.

December 31, 1956: VMF-214 is re-designated VMF-21(AW), for "All Weather".

February 1957: The Black Sheep become the first Marine Squadron to be qualified in the delivery of "Special Weapons" aka "Nukes".

July 9, 1957: The Black Sheep's unit designation VMF is changed to VMA.

March 1958: VMA-214 get new aircraft, the FJ-4 Fury.

January 1959: VMA-214 again gets new aircraft, the FJ-4B.

January 23, 1962: VMA-214 receive the A4D-2 Skyhawk. They were to fly Skyhawks for the next 27 years.

October 10, 1963: VMA-214 detachment ("N") deployed on a Westpac cruise aboard the USS Hornet. The detachment was assigned to intercept Soviet Tupolev Tu-95 "Bear" and Tupolev Tu-16 "Badger" aircraft flying toward the anti-submarine naval task force in the Sea of Japan. They returned to MCAS Kaneohe Bay in April 1964. 

May 1965: The Black Sheep were Assigned to Marine Air Group 12 and relocated to Iwakuni Japan.

June 21, 1965: The first division of Black Sheep Skyhawks fly into Chu Lai, Republic of Vietnam utilizing a new 4,000 foot Marine "SATS" runway.

September 24, 1965: An unidentified pilot of A-4C BuNo 148508 pulled out of a dive a little too late and caught the tree tops heavily damaging and flew the thing home. Pilot was uninjured. Photo by MSgt Russell Richard Bell coutesy of Ralph Bell Jr.

February 1966: VMA-214 is rotated out of Vietnam.

March 28, 1966: Capt. Jack Dennison Rothwell, 34, was killed when his A-4 (BuNo 145109) crashed in Subic Bay during a night ordnance delivery training exercise at Cubi Point in the Philippine Islands, Cedar Rapids Gazette, Friday, April 1, 1966. Capt. Rothwell (MAG-13 1stMAW FMFPAC) was stationed in Da Nang in March, 1966 when he was sent TDY to the Philippines for training. Posthumously promoted to the rank of Major. From Jim Rothwell.

May 12, 1966: Unknown USMC pilot okay and A-4C Skyhawk BuNo 148535 was DBR when he landed short and went off the side of the Chu Lai runway.
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April 1966: the Black Sheep return to Chu Lai in force. The unit won the Navy Unit Commendation w/ Bronze Star for their efforts.

March 17, 1967: Capt. Robert Boughton Beale was killed after his Skyhawk (BuNo 148585) was hit by automatic weapons fire during a coastal reconnaissance mission and crashed into the sea five miles off Tam Ky.

Post April 1967: VMA-214 returns to MCAS El Toro CA and is assigned to MAG-33. Their new mission is to train pilots for Vietnam combat tours.

July 15, 1968: Capt. David W. Bittig was killed when his El Toro based VMA-214 A-4C Skyhawk (BuNo 147769) crashed on a desert plateau 218 miles north of Fallon during a navigation training flight Monday. Reno Evening Gazette, Wednesday, July 17, 1968.

November 1968: A-4C Skyhawk BuNo 148471 was SOC.
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September 14, 1969: Maj. Charles C. McLennan, 33, was killed when his A-4C Skyhawk (BuNo 149644) crashed 15 miles northwest of Creede while he was on a training mission enroute from Luke AFB in AZ to Peterson Field in Colorado Springs. The wreckage was spotted Monday afternoon by a CAP aircraft and a helicopter from Ft. Carson was sent to the scene. CWO Joseph Pagan, co-pilot of the helicopter said the wreckage was strewn over a large area. There was no evidence that the pilot had ejected. Colorado Springs Gazette, Wednesday, September 17, 1969. Maj. Charles C. McLennan, was killed Sunday, September 14, when his A-4C Skyhawk crashed in the rugged Rocky Mountains near Colorado Springs, CO (5 miles west of Lake City, CO) while he was on a routine high level navigation cross-country training flight. San Mateo Times, Friday, September 19, 1969.

December 28, 1969: Capt. Robert P. Rogers, 30, escaped serious injury yesterday when his A4 (BuNo 148511) Skyhawk crashed while landing at MCAS Yuma while enroute from Davis-Monthan AFB in Tucson, AZ, to MAS EL Toro at Santa Ana, CA. High winds apparently made the aircraft veer off the runway. The Arizona Republic, Monday, Dec. 29, 1969.

May 7, 1970: Capt. Jack A. Chiarmonte (El Toro) was presumed killed after his A-4E Skyhawk (BuNo 150046) crashed in the Pacific off Santa Catalina Island Thursday night. The 18 hour search by the Navy, USCG and USMC was concentrated in a 20 mile radius from the crash site pinpointed by a fellow pilot. Independent Press-Telegram, Long Beach, CA,  Sat., May 9, 1970.

September 8, 1970: Capt. Patrick G. Carroll, 27, ejected safely from his A-4 Skyhawk (BuNo 150089) when it crashed in rugged Lovelace Canyon, south and west of Lucerne Valley today. Redlands Daily Facts, Wednesday, Sept. 9, 1970. The impact touches off a 30-acre brushfire in Lovelace Canyon, south and west of the Lucerne Valley, which was still burning the following day. Eight retardant-dropping fire bombers are diverted from another blaze near Devore, California in the Cajon Pass to help contain the burn. A total of 12 California Division of Forestry and other trucks are also dispatched to the site to fight the fire. The pilot, who was flying north over Big Bear Lake on a navigation training flight, suffered an undetermined malfunction, said a public information spokesman at MCAS El Toro, California. He was seen as he ejected by a gas company serviceman, James Kennedy, who picked him up and drove him to near-by Sky-High Ranch. Carroll, a Vietnam veteran, is picked up by a rescue helicopter from George AFB, CA, and was not injured. Firefighters were hindered by rough, rocky terrain and a truck that overturned on an access road, blocking the path for over an hour. Fire crew were lifted to the site by helicopter or had to walk in 1 1/2 miles from Highway 18 near the Lucerne Valley. CDF officials expected the blaze to be contained by 1800 hrs., 9 September, unless winds developed.

April 21, 1971: Capt. James E. Stroupe, 27, was killed when his A-4 (BuNo 154985) Skyhawk crashed about 9:45 a.m. while pulling out of a low level bombing run over a desert training area near Yuma, AZ. The Arizona Republic, Thursday, April 22, 1971.

July 22, 1972: Capt. E. M. "Mike" Ozmett and 1st Lt. Carl C. Chappell (BuNo's 154186 and 154192) ejected on takeoff when caught in a sudden and severe crosswind at Buckley ANG base. The crashes occurred within 10 seconds of each other. Ozmett was airborne when he ejected and his plane crashed east of Buckley Road nead sixth Ave. starting a grass fire that scorched several acres. The plane then bellied across the road for an additional 200 yards before stopping. Chappell's veered off the runway seconds later starting a fire that burned about 20 acres. A third USMC pilot, Capt. H.C. Widener (VMA-214) witnessed the crashes and didn't attempt a takeoff. The El Toro, CA, based aircraft had flown from Wichita Falls, TX and stopped at Buckley to refuel. Rocky Mountain News, photo, Sunday, 23 July 1972.

I just opened the old log book, because I was on the periphery of that event at Buckley. 'Twas 21/22 Jul 72 and I (1stLt Steve Linder) was on a cross-country with our skipper, LtCol. J.J. McCarthy (VMA-214) flying A-4Fs from El Toro to RON at Buckley. There was another flight of three from our squadron RONing at Buckley that same night. On the 22nd, the skipper and I departed late in the morning without incident. About 1/2 hour later we received a call on guard from the Buckley tower asking if there was a LtCol. McCarthy aboard. After the affirmative reply, we were asked to return to the scene of the accident. We saw the wreckage of Dash two off to the left side of the runway (I think it was runway 35 or 36.)

To the best of my recollection, here is how it unfolded. The flight of three behind us had seen us depart and expected the same conditions. They were cleared for takeoff with winds reported as light and variable. Lead (Capt Mike Ozment - A-4F BuNo 154192) rolled with Dash two (1stLt Carl Chappell A-4F BuNo 154186) 10 seconds behind. The 60 knot gust (90 degree crosswind from the left) did come out of nowhere hitting Lead and Dash two.
Lead had enough speed that he did not weather-vane, but was pushed hard over to the right, blowing the starboard main tire, some of which was thrown forward and ingested into the engine intake. Lead got airborne, declared an emergency and turned left downwind. About abeam the runway on downwind, Lead's engine quit and he ejected, landing in a sewage treatment pond, but otherwise unhurt.
Dash two was at a slower airspeed, about halfway through his takeoff roll, when hit by the wind gust. The A/C weather vaned to the left and departed the runway heading for a drainage ditch. Dash two chose to eject rather than face the drainage ditch and landed on the upwind (left side) of the runway with his chute still inflated. He was on his hands and knees trying to stop himself from being blown away and was drug across the runway from left to right, sustaining major injuries to his hands and knees before he could jettison the chute.
After witnessing these calamities, Dash three (Capt Hal Widener) pulled his power to idle and taxied back to the line.
I don't remember what the skipper and I did once we returned. There was nothing we could do but help our two squadron mates who had to hit the silk. I think, as mentioned, no blame was assessed because of the freak nature of the event.
Well, that left an indelible impression on me as a young 1stLt myself. Dwarf.

June 26, 1973: Capt. Dale "Stump" Kennedy ejected when he rolled into his 5th ZUNI run and stabilized in a 20 degree dive, accelerated to 430 kias and noticed the right wing begin to drop. He moved the stick to the left and felt it bind momentarily and then feel like it was free in his hand. The Skyhawk (BuNo 158431) continued to roll right and he attempted using left rudder which only slowed the roll. As he was passing 55 degrees of bank he ejected with his right hand holding the stick left and aft and his left hand actuating the ejection handle. Following ejection the aircraft continued to roll and impacted a hillside in a wings level inverted attitude. The pilot was picked up in rocky terrain about 20  minutes later by a helicopter in the area and taken to a nearby hospital with major injuries. NAN, Pettibone, March 1974.

May 6, 1975: Capt. Dave Stamper (F-4 pilot) ejected safely when he lost control (BuNo 158434) during an ACM engagement (inverted spin, that's what the AAR stated) out in Warning Area 291. From Jim Underwood OIC of the old MAWTUPAC.

August 3, 1976: 1st Lt. Wade C. Straw, 28, ejected safely when his El Toro based A-4 Skyhawk (BuNo 158432) crashed in the desert near Needles, CA, Tuesday while on a training mission. The Press-Courier, Wednesday, August 4, 1976. The pilot was part of a two plane low level training flight an A-4M Skyhawk. They began a descent from flight level 230 so the VFR portion of the flight plan could be conducted. As the aircraft were passing flight level 210 the leader performed a 360-degree roll to the left to increase his rate of descent and to observe his position in relation to the low-level start point. Coming out of the roll at about 300 knots the nose began to rise. He countered with forward stick and noted that the nose trim was in the vicinity of zero and not coming up. There wasn't enough forward stick available so he used the stick trim button in an attempt to trim nose down. The pilot then began getting erratic input movements in the stick which wanted to do its own thing, moving in all quadrants. The nose continued to rise and the pilot utilized rudders to do a barrel-roll type recovery to the left. The A-4M emerged from this maneuver, left wing down, in a left hand spiral, 60-80 degrees nose low. The pilot reduced power and extended speed brakes and tried to check disengagement of stab Aug. He disconnected as a last resort just prior to ejection. NAN, Pettibone, February 1977. It was determined that the AFCS had an internal short and was inputting sporadic movements to the stick even though it was not engaged. A check with the Safety Center, indicated this had occurred a few times previously. The procedure in this case was to employ the RAT which takes the AFCS off line. Wade never indicated that he considered this, but instead pulled the disconnect which made the situation much worse. The board found that pilot action contributed to the accident. From Harvey Crouch.

June 9, 1981: Capt. Joseph J. Krejmas, 27, of Greenfield, Mass., ejected safely from his MCAS El Toro A-4 Skyhawk (BuNo 159481)before it crashed next to the Southern Pacific railroad's main line slightly damaging one rail of the track, forcing traffic to be halted for slightly over an hour. Santa Ana Orange County Register, Tuesday, June 9, 1981. I was Ops Officer of 214 when this happened. It happened in the break when the pilot retarded power on the turn to down wind. Everyone assumed that he pulled the throttle around the horn, which shut down the engine. However, it was a broken PS-4 line, which caused the power to reduce to idle (think that's right) rather than shut down. Pilot was J.J. "Famous" Krejmas. From Bob Hickerson. VMA-214 A-4M BuNo 159481 was destroyed at Yuma after aircraft crashed while in landing pattern, 09 June 1981. Pilot ejected. Naval Safety Center via Jim Winchester. The pilot was in the air station landing pattern with gear down when he noted a loss of thrust upon reduction of power. He advanced the throttle to military but noted no engine response and an increasing angle of attack. The pilot leveled the wings and ejected at the 90 degree position. From Aircraft Mishaps.

February 18, 1983: Unknown USMC pilot okay, landed short, halted when nose gear became stuck in arresting cable, caught fire Twenty-nine Palms, CA and was SOC March 15, 1983. Perhaps a VMA-223 contribution to a MAWTS class. VMA-214 A-4M BuNo 160041 was destroyed at 29 Palms when aircraft touched down short of the runway and caught fire, 18 February 1983. Pilot egressed. Naval Safety Center via Jim Winchester.
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March 15, 1983: unknown USMC pilot okay, landed short, halted when nose gear became stuck in arresting cable, caught fire Twenty-nine Palms. Perhaps a VMA-223 contribution to a MAWTS class. VMA-214 A-4M BuNo 160041 was destroyed at 29 Palms when aircraft touched down short of the runway and caught fire, 18 February 1983. Pilot egressed. Naval Safety Center via Jim Winchester.

May 28, 1983: Capt. Mike “Nacho” Lyden (VMAT-102 flying WTI (Weapons and Tactics Instructor) VMA-214 A-4M BuNo 160028) was on a low level laydown on Target # 103a, North Tactical Target, (S of GBN) a simulated train marshaling yard with 1/7th scale train targets, from west to east into the early sun and gradually rising terrain with a pitted wind screen. He hit the ground on pull-up and the aircraft separated behind the cockpit.  Nacho safetied the seat, opened the cockpit, released his fittings and crawled out.  Only injuries were burns on his wrists and neck. RF-4 overhead actually captured it on film… From Paul E. Backs, 28 January 2016. The jet had Captain Ken Ferrara's (sp?) name nicely painted under the canopy rail. He was thoughtful enough to call me in the Yuma hospital and congratulate me on surviving . . . and that 160028 was 'his jet'. From Mike Lyden. The seat with Mike still attached was flung free and landed in a desert bush, upright, He was initially unconscious, but when he regained consciousness he released his fittings and with help from medical personnel headed for Yuma. I was on the accident board and arrived at the site about 30 minutes after the accident, there were very few large pieces of the aircraft remaining. The accident was not in the R-2301 east of Yuma. From Cliff Gion. VMA-214 A-4M BuNo 160028 was destroyed at Yuma when aircraft struck ground during bombing run, 28 May 1983. Pilot sustained major injuries. Naval Safety Center via Jim Winchester.

September 1987: VMA-214 is relocated to MCAS Yuma AZ.

June 1989: The Black Sheep became the first Marine Squadron to fly the AV8B Harrier.

October 1991: Twenty Black Sheep Harriers deply to Iwakuni Japan.

July 1993: VMA-214 deploys Harriers to 29 Palms CA for a "Night Sytems" operation.

December 1993 to July 1994: Deployment aboard the U.S.S. Peleliu LHA-5.

October 1994: A Black Sheep Detachment deploys aboard the U.S.S. Essex LHD-2.

April 1996: Deployment on the U.S.S. Tarawa LHA-1. The participated in "Operation Southern Watch" and "Operaton Desert Strike"

1997: Black Sheep Detachment on the U.S.S. Peleliu LHA-5.

1998-99: VMA-214 deployment on U.S.S. Boxer LHD-4. They participated in "Operaton Desert Fox".

2000-2001: Detachments to Iwakuni Japan and aboard the U.S.S. Tarawa LHA-1.

Unit Photos

1943: Twenty-three VMA-214 pilots are shown seated behind the men in the numerals.
BB (Before Boyington and Black Sheep) VMA-214 Officers and Men are pictured at Marine Corps Air Station Ewa, Territory of Hawaii in February 1943, near completing combat training requirements.
VMA-214 had been established July 1, 1942 under Commanding Officer Captain C. W. Sommers, USMC at Ewa. On July 21, 1942 Captain George F. Britt, USMC took command - Britt was promoted to Major before deploying.

Other VMA-214 Commanding officers, Before Boyington, were: June 9, 1943 - Major H. A. Ellis Jr., USMC ; July 12, 1943 - Major W. A. Pace, USMC; and August 7, 1943 - Captain J. R. Burnett, USMC. USMC photograph courtesy of Roberta Lowe.

VMA-214 at Guadalcanal: From a Navy NATOPS, a picture of the "Black Sheep" briefing. From Joseph C. Baldwin Jr., son of Marine Aviator Lt.Col. J.C. Baldwin.

1958: Picture of Black Sheep pilots taken at MCAS Kaneohe Bay in 1958/59. Squadron FJ-4B Furies are in the background. The Commanding Officer, Lt.Col. Jack Bolt, is in the center of the photo, Lloyd Gailey is sitting at the far right. Photograph from Lloyd Gailey.

12DEC63: VMA-214 Black Sheep, Det. N, A-4B Skyhawk WE-81 on the USS Hornet, CVS-12. Joe Turpen collection.

13DEC63: VMA-214 Black Sheep, Det. N, A-4B Skyhawk WE-81 on the USS Hornet, CVS-12.

VMA-214 Det N Men 1963 Photograph from the Hornet cruise book.

VMA-214 Officer in Charge Major R. J. Kern. Photograph from the Hornet cruise book.

VMA-214 Pilot Captain I. C. Archibold. Photograph from the Hornet cruise book.

VMA-214 Pilot Captain W. H. Hale. Photograph from the Hornet cruise book.

VMA-214 Pilot Captain A. G. Potenza. Photograph from the Hornet cruise book.

VMA-214 Pilot First Lieutenant R. L. Crane. Photograph from the Hornet cruise book.

VMA-214 Pilot First Lieutenant J. E. Gardner. Photograph from the Hornet cruise book.

1964: 1964 Blacksheep DET N Skyhawk BuNo 142875, WE-84, assigned to the USS Hornet parked on the ramp. Naval Aviation News Photo.

BuNo.147755 and Captain Melville with the Blacksheep. Photo provided by Robert H. Melville Jr., son of Captain Melville.

Blacksheep Drivers "huddle up" for briefing. Photo provided by Robert H. Melville Jr.

Blacksheep Drivers getting a "good hunting" handshake. Photo provided by Robert H. Melville Jr.

JUN65: A VMA-214 Blacksheep A-4C taking off using JATO from Naval Air Station Cubi Point, Philippines. Photograph courtesy of Russell Williams.
 

22JUN65: Blacksheep Skyhawk is pictured flying over the "tropic Q" clouds somewhere over the South China Sea between NAS Cubi Point, Philippines and Chu Lai, Vietnam. Photograph courtesy of Rusty Williams.

JUL-NOV65: VMA-214's A-4C Skyhawk BuNo. 148548 side number WE-10 near Chu Lai, South Vietnam - taken during period July to November 1965 over Vietnam. Note reddish dirt on fuselage and wings from Chu Lai clay. Photograph courtesy of Russell Williams.

SEP65: Greg Boyington (white shirt) visiting VMA-214's Blacksheep at Chu Lai, South Vietnam. Pappy showed up in Chu Lai from Danang one day, unannounced, having bummed a ride on a C-124 (sometime around September 1965). His appearance was not an official visit. Some of the higher-ups were a little "mortified" and not sure what to do. The 214 Blacksheep were quite thrilled to meet Pappy and hear a few tales. It was also about the same time that the O-Club opened and there was a directive from above that no one was allowed to have any liquor in their tent area. Pappy's arrival was a good excuse to get rid of all that privately owned booze. An interesting evening!
Blacksheep in the picture starting from the upper left: "Slats" Combs, unknown, unknown, Bill Bartlett, unknown, Pappy, Pete Wyrick (later CO 214), Russell Williams, CO Keith O'Keefe, Larson, Rooke, Major ? (O-3).
Starting from lower left: Moore, Lee Burns, Bill Fitts, Frank Bryant, WO unknown, unknown.
The sign that Pappy and Col. O'Keefe are holding is for the "LPA" (Lieutenant's Protective Association) - for protection against - guess who. Photograph courtesy of Russell Williams.

1965-1968: Right rear in-flight view of VMA-214 Blacksheep A-4C Skyhawk BuNo 147788, WE-8, with a MER with two Snakeyes on each wing station and a centerline tank. Photographer unknown.

November 1965: A-4C BuNo 145108, WE-18, waiting on repairs at Chu Lai after an encounter with a hill top. Photo from Gary Clark.

1965: VMA-214 Blacksheep A-4E Skyhawk BuNo 150027 at Chu Lai from COL Robert Clapp who says… "I flew with VMA-214 (Blacksheep), but was assigned to MACS-7 as an Air Defense Controller." COL Robert Clapp.

Circa 1966: The VMA-214 Black Sheep headquarters at Chu Lai. Photo from John Stum.

Circa 1966: BuNo 147799 Black Sheep loaded with iron bombs. Harry Gann photo from Joe Baldwin Jr.

Circa 1966: Chu Lai Skyhawk Line and tent area. Note the beach front location. John Stummer.

 

Circa 1966: Black Sheep Skyhawks BuNo 148482 and 148508 on the taxiway at Chu Lai. John Stummer.

Circa 1966: Black Sheep Skyhawk BuNo 148548 on the taxiway at Chu Lai. John Stummer.

Circa 1966: BuNo 148436 in-flight over Vietnam. Photo from Stummer.

01 Feb 1966: Black Sheep Skyhawk line: BuNo 148494, WE-19, in the foreground followed by WE-13, WE-2, WE-11 and WE-22. U.S. Navy

1966: BuNo. 145117 on the VMA-214 flight-line in Nam. The tractor has USMC on it but no other id numbers. :)

NOV 1966: BuNo 148531, WE-4, assigned to MAJ Dave Caylor as she taxis by the photographer. USAF O-1E Bird Dog s/n 56-2569 at left. Unknown photographer via W. Mutza.

1965-67: Skyhawk BuNo 148471, WE-2, parked on the ramp next to a Skyknight. Unknown photographer.

JUL 1967: VMA-214 A-4C 150586, WE-1, location unknown. Photographer unknown.

APR 1968: BuNo 148471, WE-2, parked on the ramp with an MBER and Snakeyes on the port side. VMGR-252 Raiders KC-130F Hercules BuNo 148890, QB-890, in the background. Unknown photographer.

APR68 MCAS El Toro: BuNo 148531 served all her U.S.A. time with the Marines. She later served with the Argentina Air Force as their "C-315".
BuNo 148531, WE-1, with Black Sheep Officers at MCAS El Toro.
APR 1968: BuNo 148531, WE-1, with Black Sheep Operations (S-3) at MCAS El Toro.
APR 1968: BuNo 148531, WE-1, with Black Sheep Admin (S-1) at MCAS El Toro. USMC photos from Jim Hockenberry.

1968: VMA-214 Blacksheep Squadron snapshots taken at MCAS El Toro in 1968 by Jim Larkin:
VMA-214 maintenance hanger and fix-um-up shop.
VMA-214 revetment from the fix-um-up shop.
VMA-214 Skyhawks parked in a line.
VMA-214 Skyhawk business end.
Close-up of a Skyhawk wing's air flow tabs.

APR69: BuNo 148436, WE-12, parked on the NAS NY ramp. Dave Hansen via W. Mutza.

JUL 1969: Blacksheep Skyhawk BuNo 148531, WE-1, assigned to LCOL William R. Smith parked on the flight-line with centerline tank and MER's with 6 Mk-81's next to VA-128 A-6 Intruder BuNo 151818, NJ-45. Nick Williams.

1969: BuNo 147742 WE-24, FCLP practice at MCAS El Torro 1969.

1969: 1st Lt. Steve Sanford in BuNo 148531, WE-23, over San Francisco bay area 1969. Taken by wingman 1st Lt. R. P. "Hans" Vogelpohl.

1969: BuNo 149644 WE-27 landing at MCAS El Torro. Photos by Richard "Hans" Vogelpohl.

APR68-AUG70: BuNo 149536,WE-22, assigned to 1/LT D.L. Peem parked on the ramp, maybe Yuma. Jim Brady

DEC68-SEP69: BuNo 149644, WE-2, assigned to MAJ R.J. Reid parked on the line. Nick Williams.

1972: A-4M Skyhawk BuNo. 158428. Captain Hans Vogelpohl leads his wingman Captain Hal Widener in A-4M Skyhawk BuNo: 158428 side number WE 2 over southwest Texas from El Paso to Randolph on November 11, 1972. Two days later Captain Hal Widener returned in A-4M Skyhawk BuNo. 158428 to Marine Corps. Air Station El Toro --- his last military flight. Hans Vogelpohl photograph from Hal Widener.

BuNo.158428 with the Blacksheep. Photo provided by Robert H. Melville Jr.

BuNo.158428 with the Blacksheep. Photo provided by Robert H. Melville Jr.

1972-1973: Left side view of VMA-214 Blacksheep A-4F Skyhawk BuNo 155064, WE-5, on the ramp, location unknown. Copyright R.W. Harrison.

VMA-214 07 APR 1973: VMA-214 A-4M BuNo 158433, WE-8, 07 April 1973 at Hill AFB. Name below the canopy is Capt. Vogelpohl. Photographer unknown, from Gary Verver Collection.

Date unknown: VMA-214 A-4M BuNo 160044, WE-1. Also in the photo are WE-461, WE-460 and WE-453. Photo by W. Munzenmaier, from Gary Verver.

02 Sep 1976: Blacksheep Skyhawk BuNo 158430, WE-10, parked on the flight line. Name below the canopy rail looks like LT Van Dynen. Photo by T.R. Waddington, Gary Verver collection.

November 1976: VMA-214 A-4M BuNo 158170, WE-9. Photographer unknown.

 

1977: VMA-214 Black Sheep A-4M Skyhawk BuNo 158419, WE-14. Photographer unknown.

06 APR 1977: Blacksheep Skyhawk BuNo 160043, WE-000, parked on the ramp. Dr. C.A. "Sketch" Eddy.

JULY 1977 or 78: VMA-214 Black Sheep A-4M Skyhawks passing through MCAS Kanehoe July 1977 or July 1978. Right to left A-4M BuNo 160045, WE-450, BuNo unknown WE-454 and BuNo 158164, WE-464. Spencer Sikder.

1977: A-4M Formation, WE-12 is BuNo 160023 and behind WE-12 are WE-5, WE-7 & WE-2. WE-2 could be 160043. Four Blacksheep A-4Ms cruise the friendly skies. Photograph by Harry Gann and courtesy of Fred Lewis.

01NOV78: Two Blacksheep Skyhawks, BuNo 160040, WE-3, and WE-15. U.S. Navy photo by Cpl E. Denton.

OCT 1978: Left front view of VMA-214 Blacksheep A-4M Skyhawk BuNo 159489, WE-12, on the ramp, Forbes ANGR, October 1978. Name below the canopy is 1STLT Hugh Elwood. Copyright R.W. Harrison.

 

1980: A-4M Skyhawk BuNo 158170. Black Sheep WE 20 approaching for landing at NAS Atsugi, Japan, September 15, 1980. Color photograph by and courtesy of Takafumi Hiroe of Yokohama, Japan. Do a search for Takafumi Hiroe's website index to his USN aircraft pictures.

1980: A-4M Skyhawk departs Cubi Point. Bill Cline snapped this picture of a Blacksheep A-4M taking off from the field at Cubi Point, Phillipines. The VMA-214 Blacksheep under the command of Lt.Col. Hastings. This picture was taken from a vantage point at the upper MAU.

Oct 1980: Right front view of VMA-214 Blacksheep A-4M Skyhawk BuNo 158156, WE-24, taxiing out on the runway with a centerline MER with MK-76 practice bombs during exercise Cope North `80, NAF Misawa, U.S. Navy photo.

15OCT80: BuNo 158165, WE-17, from Marine Light Attack Squadron 214 (VMA-214) during exercise Cope North 80. On the flight-line with an empty ZUNI FFAR launcher and an empty MER on the centerline during exercise Cope North '80, NAF Misawa, Aomori Japan. U.S. Navy photo, Tsgt Curt Eddings.

09JUN81: A-4M Skyhawk BuNo. 159481 The pilot successfully punched out, the plane skidded on the desert floor and came to a stop near Marine Corps Air Station Yuma, Arizona. The Skyhawk was in the landing pattern for Yuma when it experienced a failure of the Pb4 (burner pressure) sensing line at the connection to the fuel control moisture trap. This failure caused the engine to immediately go to idle. If the pilot had more altitude he would have had time to switch to "manual" fuel control and recover, but he only had time to jam the throttle to the military stop, decide he was in trouble, and punch. The Skyhawk basically pancaked in, at the position shown in the picture. The fuselage was cut apart during the mishap investigation in order to remove the engine in an "as-is" condition for the E.I. at NARF Jax. With minor repair and replacement of the broken line we heard the engine ran 4-0 (perfectly). The pilot is reported to have been Captain Joe "Famous" Krejmas. Photograph from Bill Cline; text by John W. Street, MgySgt, USMC-Ret.

MAY81: BuNo 158414, WE-16, with a pair of drop tanks and MBER's. Gary Verver Collection.

Date unknown: A McDonnell Douglas F-15 Eagle from Luke Air Force Base and a VMA-214 Black Sheep A-4M Skyhawk BuNo. 159779, WE 11 from Marine Corps Air Station El Toro, California. Photograph taken out of Marine Corps Air Station Yuma by Harry S. Gann.

Circa 1981-83: BuNo 158424, WE-5, parked on the ramp with a pair of drop tanks at an open house. Gary Verver Collection.

05MAY82: BuNo 160034, WE-01, parked on the ramp at an open house. M.J. Kasiuba, G. Verver collection.

15APR83: A-4M Skyhawk BuNo. 160041 Bites the Dust.
"If there's an A-4 on static display at 29 Palms, it's probably from VMA-214's mishap occurring in early '83 at the "Stumps" expeditionary airfield.
The pilot in BuNo. 150041 side number WE-7 landed short of the runway during a night approach to landing due to weathered lenses on the runway approach lights (Ball). To the pilot it looked just like a centered "ball" all the way to touchdown --- a quarter mile short of the runway threshhold.
The landing ripped the main landing gear from the Skyhawk and the aircraft skidded overland to the runway and then down the runway until the nose gear caught the arresting gear cable and swung 180 degrees to a stop. Pilot walked away with a lot of help from the CFR guys.
The engine and as many useable parts as possible were salvaged. The hulk was left for crash crew to play with; but maybe later someone tried to fix it up." Photographs and text by John W. Street, MgySgt, USMC-Ret.

Poster shot of BuNo.158155 and 158416 in Blacksheep Clothing". Source unknown.

1980s: BuNo 160022, WE-19, on display at an open house. Photo by John Freeman.

1983-88: VMA-214 Black Sheep A-4M Skyhawk BuNo 160025, WE-11, in flight with VMFA-531 Grey Ghosts F/A-18A Hornet (possibly 161752) EC-15. Robert L. Lawson Photograph Collection.

1986: Blacksheep Skyhawk flightline during a CAX exercise. WE-8 in the center and WE-15 at right.

1986: Blacksheep Skyhawk loaded with four 500lb bombs on the centerline and two 300 gallon drop tanks during a CAX exercise. F. Nunez.

1986: Blacksheep Skyhawk WE-8 taxies out loaded with 2 sets of 500lbs bombs and a center drop tank. F. Nunez.

1986-87: Blacksheep Skyhawk prepares to fly over Okinawa. VMA-214 was at Kadena AFB, during WestPac 86-87. F. Nunez.

MAY86: 158176, WE-4, parked on the flight line. Gary Verver Collection.

1986: Unidentified pilot preflights VMA-214 Blacksheep A-4M Skyhawk BuNo 160022, WE-19, and we're a go ... the engine is still in there.
Unidentified pilot suits up on the wing of VMA-214 Blacksheep A-4M Skyhawk BuNo 160022, WE-19, which is on the ramp with a centerline tank and a TER on #4.
Close-up as unidentified pilot suits up on the wing of VMA-214 Blacksheep A-4M Skyhawk BuNo 160022, WE-19, which is on the ramp with a centerline tank and a TER on #4.
Unidentified pilot boards VMA-214 Blacksheep A-4M Skyhawk BuNo 160022, WE-19, the hard way... without a ladder and via the refueling probe.
Unidentified pilot clambers into the cockpit of VMA-214 Blacksheep A-4M Skyhawk BuNo 160022, WE-19, after successfully negotiating the trip out on the refueling probe, Norton AFB. Photos by Jarvis.

SEP86: VMA-214 A-4M BuNo 159778, WE-5. Photographer unknown from Verver collection.

28 April 1989 BuNo 160030, WE-01, parked on the ramp. Gary Verver Collection.

01 JUL 1992: Fighter Squadron 126 (VF-126) T-2C Buckeye (BuNo 1585xx, NJ-643, & BuNo 158889, NJ-642) aircraft and an A-4 Skyhawk (VMA-214, A-4M BuNo 160034) aircraft stand on the flight line prior to an exercise. The Buckeyes are used for out-of-control flight training for fighter aircrews based at Miramar. Photo by LCDR Dave Parsons.


Off-Duty Photos

VMA-214 Marines at Chu Lai. Photos provided Robert H. Melville Jr.



A-4 Skyhawk aircraft assigned to VMA-214:

  • Douglas A4D-2 (A-4B) Skyhawk
    • 142676 c/n 11738
      • 15 Jul 1963 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 16 Jun 1964 - NAS - NAS Alameda, CA
    • 142694 c/n 11756
      • 28 Feb 1962 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 22 Aug 1963 - NAS - NAS Alameda, CA
    • 142768 c/n 11830
      • 03 Jul 1963 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 16 Apr 1964 - NAS - NAS Alameda, CA
    • 142811 c/n 11873
      • 26 Jan 1962 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 24 Mar 1964 - NAS - NAS Alameda, CA
    • 142819 c/n 11881
      • 03 Jul 1963 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 23 Mar 1964 - NAS - NAS Alameda, CA
    • 142822 c/n 11884
      • 12 Jan 1962 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 12 Jul 1963 - NART - NAS Los Alamitos, CA
    • 142844 c/n 11906
      • 05 Jul 1963 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 01 Aug 1963 - H&MS-13 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI

      • 15 Jan 1964 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 24 Mar 1964 - NAS - NAS Alameda, CA
    • 142873 c/n 11935
      • 30 May 1962 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 05 Jul 1963 - NART - NAS Los Alamitos, CA
    • 142879 c/n 11941
      • 06 Jul 1963 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 05 May 1965 - NAS - NAS Alameda, CA
    • 142881 c/n 11943
      • 09 Jul 1963 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 23 Mar 1964 - NAS - NAS Alameda, CA
    • 142886 c/n 11948
      • 10 Jul 1963 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 23 Mar 1964 - NAS - NAS Alameda, CA
    • 142921 c/n 11983
      • 15 Dec 1963 - VMA-214 Det N - USS Hornet
      • 29 Feb 1964 - FAWPRA - NAS Atsugi, Japan
    • 142926 c/n 11988
      • 12 Jan 1962 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 12 Aug 1963 - NAS - NAS Alameda, CA
    • 142928 c/n 11990
      • 09 Mar 1962 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 13 Aug 1963 - NART - NAS Los Alamitos, CA
    • 142929 c/n 11991
      • 09 Feb 1962 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 11 Oct 1962 - CVS-33 USS Kearsarge - Long Beach, CA

      • 11 Oct 1962 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 25 Oct 1962 - NAS 14 NAVDIST - NAS Barbers Point, HI
    • 142930 c/n 11992
      • 12 Jan 1962 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 25 Mar 1964 - NART - NAS Los Alamitos, CA
    • 142934 c/n 11996
      • 09 Jul 1963 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 23 Mar 1964 - NAS - NAS Alameda, CA
    • 142935 c/n 11997
      • 08 Mar 1962 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 05 Jul 1963 - NART - NAS Los Alamitos, CA
    • 142937 c/n 11999
      • 08 Jan 1962 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 08 Jul 1963 - NART - NAS Los Alamitos, CA
    • 142939 c/n 12001
      • 08 Jan 1962 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 24 Mar 1964 - NAS - NAS Alameda, CA
    • 142944 c/n 12006
      • 12 Jan 1962 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 18 Oct 1962 - VMA-212 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
    • 142945 c/n 12007
      • 27 Oct 1962 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 22 Aug 1963 - NAS - NAS Alameda, CA
    • 142946 c/n 12008
      • 09 Jul 1963 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 24 Mar 1964 - NAS - NAS Alameda, CA
    • 142948 c/n 12010
      • 03 Jul 1963 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 16 Apr 1964 - NAS - NAS Alameda, CA
    • 142953 c/n 12015
      • 09 Jul 1963 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 01 Aug 1963 - H&MS-13 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI

      • 16 Jan 1964 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 24 Mar 1964 - NAS - NAS Alameda, CA
    • 144870 C/N 12116
      • 09 Jul 1963 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 23 Mar 1963 - NAS - NAS Alameda, CA
    • 144873 C/N 12119
      • 15 Jul 1963 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 24 Jul 1964 - NARTU - NAS Alameda, CA
    • 144876 C/N 12122
      • 16 Jul 1963 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 01 Sep 1964 - NAS - NAS Alameda, CA
    • 144882 C/N 12128
      • 23 Jan 1963 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 22 Aug 1963 - NAS - NAS Alameda, CA
    • 144884 C/N 12130
      • 21 Aug 1963 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 03 Mar 1964 - NART - NAS New York, NY
    • 144897 C/N 12143
      • 12 Jan 1962 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 25 Mar 1964 - NART - NAS Los Alamitos, CA
    • 144921 C/N 12167
      • 09 Feb 1962 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 22 Aug 1963 - NAS - NAS Alameda, CA
    • 144924 C/N 12170
      • 11 Jan 1962 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 21 Aug 1962 - O&R BUWEPS FR - NAS Alameda, CA

      • 19 Mar 1963 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 23 Mar 1964 - NAS - NAS Alameda, CA
    • 144926 C/N 12172
      • 19 Apr 1962 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 18 Mar 1964 - NARTU - NAS Norfolk, VA
    • 144929 C/N 12175
      • 05 Jul 1963 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 29 Feb 1964 - NARTU - NAS Norfolk, VA
    • 144933 C/N 12179
      • 15 Jan 1962 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 24 Mar 1964 - NART - NAS Los Alamitos, CA
    • 144938 C/N 12184
      • 08 Jan 1962 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 24 Mar 1964 - NAS - NAS Alameda, CA
    • 144941 C/N 12187
      • 09 Feb 1962 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 22 Aug 1963 - NAS - NAS Alameda, CA
    • 145012 C/N 12258
      • 05 Jul 1963 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 23 Mar 1964 - NAS - NAS Alameda, CA
    • 145016 C/N 12262
      • 09 Jul 1963 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 23 Mar 1964 - NAS - NAS Alameda, CA
    • 145017 C/N 12263
      • 29 Feb 1962 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 22 Aug 1963 - NAS - NAS Alameda, CA
    • 145020 C/N 12266
      • 05 Jul 1963 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 26 Mar 1964 - NARTU - NAS Alameda, CA
    • 145037 C/N 12283
      • 23 Nov 1963 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 22 Aug 1963 - NAS - NAS Alameda, CA
    • 145043 C/N 12289
      • 18 Sep 1962 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 22 Aug 1963 - NAS - NAS Alameda, CA
    • 145045 C/N 12291
      • 12 Jan 1962 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 24 Mar 1964 - NART - NAS Los Alamitos, CA

  • Douglas A4D-2N (A-4C) Skyhawk
    • 145065 c/n 12311
      • 15 Feb 1966 - VMA-214 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 30 Apr 1966 - VMAAW-224 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam

      • 25 Mar 1967 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 29 Jan 1970 - MARTD - NAS Los Alamitos, CA
    • 145078 c/n 12324
      • 01 Apr 1966 - VMA-214 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 12 May 1966 - VA-192 - NAS Lemoore, CA
    • 145088 c/n 12334
      • 10 Jun 1965 - VMA-214 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
      • 30 Apr 1966 - VMAAW-224 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 145100 c/n 12346
      • 01 Apr 1965 - VMA-214 - USS Iwo Jima
      • 30 Apr 1966 - VMAAW-224 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 145101 c/n 12347
      • 10 Apr 1966 - VMA-214 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 30 Apr 1966 - VMAAW-224 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 145103 c/n 12349
      • 16 Feb 1966 - VMA-214 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 30 Apr 1966 - VMAAW-224 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 145108 c/n 12354
      • 01 Apr 1965 - VMA-214 - USS Iwo Jima
      • 30 Apr 1966 - VMAAW-224 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 145109 c/n 12355
      • 01 Apr 1965 - VMA-214 - USS Iwo Jima
      • Assume Stricken - No further records found
    • 145110 c/n 12356
      • 01 Apr 1965 - VMA-214 - USS Iwo Jima
      • 06 Feb 1970 - MARTD - NAS Los Alamitos, CA
    • 145111 c/n 12357
      • 18 Mar 1964 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 08 Apr 1965 - NAS - NAS Atsugi, Japan
    • 145117 c/n 12363
      • 01 Apr 1965 - VMA-214 - USS Iwo Jima
      • 30 Apr 1966 - VMAAW-224 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 145119 c/n 12365
      • 10 Apr 1966 - VMA-214 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 30 Apr 1966 - VMAAW-224 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 145125 c/n 12371
      • 15 Feb 1966 - VMA-214 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 30 Apr 1966 - VMAAW-224 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 145126 c/n 12372
      • 13 Jun 1966 - VMA-214 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
      • 26 Jan 1970 - MARTD - NAS Los Alamitos, CA
    • 145133 c/n 12379
      • 24 Jan 1968 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 24 Jan 1970 - MARTD - NAS Los Alamitos, CA
    • 147671 C/N 12435
      • 01 Apr 1965 - VMA-214 - USS Iwo Jima
      • 30 Apr 1966 - VMAAW-224 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 147703 C/N 12467
      • 15 Feb 1966 - VMA-214 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 08 Apr 1966 - NAS - NAS Cubi Point, RP
    • 147742 C/N 12506
      • 03 Dec 1968 - VMA-214 - MCAS Yuma, AZ
      • 27 Apr 1970 - MARTD - NAS Jacksonville, FL
    • 147755 C/N 12519
      • 29 Dec 1965 - VMA-214 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 30 Apr 1966 - VMAAW-224 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam

      • 25 Mar 1967 - VMA-214 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
      • 21 Aug 1970 - VC-5 Det Cubi Point - NAS Cubi Point, RP
    • 147769 C/N 12533
      • 10 Apr 1968 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 15 Jul 1968 - Stricken - 1SA
    • 147780 C/N 12544
      • 24 Jan 1968 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 09 Jan 1970 - VMA-214 - Convert to A-4L
      • 05 Mar 1970 - NARTU - NAS Jacksonville, FL
    • 147786 C/N 12550
      • 10 Apr 1968 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 08 Apr 1970 - MARTD - NAS Glenview, IL
    • 147787 C/N 12551
      • 25 Mar 1967 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 02 Apr 1966 - NAS - NAS Cubi Point, RP
    • 147788 C/N 12552
      • 01 Apr 1965 - VMA-214 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 30 Apr 1966 - VMAAW-224 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam

      • 11 Apr 1967 - VMA-214 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
      • 08 Apr 1970 - MARTD - NAS Glenview, IL
    • 147790 C/N 12554
      • 03 Mar 1964 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 16 Apr 1965 - VA-144 - NAS Lemoore, CA
    • 147793 C/N 12557
      • 01 Apr 1965 - VMA-214 - USS Iwo Jima
      • 15 Feb 1966 - VMA-331 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 147795 C/N 12559
      • 05 Mar 1964 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 02 Apr 1965 - VA-144 - NAS Lemoore, CA
    • 147797 C/N 12561
      • 03 Mar 1964 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 26 Apr 1965 - VA-144 - NAS Lemoore, CA
    • 147799 C/N 12563
      • 03 Mar 1964 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 17 Feb 1965 - NAS - NAS North Island, CA
    • 147802 C/N 12566
      • 01 Apr 1965 - VMA-214 - USS Iwo Jima
      • 12 Jan 1966 - NAS - NAS Atsugi, Japan
    • 147804 C/N 12568
      • 20 Nov 1965 - VMA-214 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
      • 15 Feb 1966 - VMA-311 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam

      • 25 Mar 1967 - VMA-214 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
      • 21 Jun 1967 - VMA-121 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 147807 C/N 12571
      • 24 Jan 1968 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 16 Apr 1970 - MARTD - NAS Glenview, IL
    • 147808 C/N 12572
      • 17 Apr 1966 - VMA-214 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
      • 04 May 1966 - VMA-311 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 147809 C/N 12573
      • 05 Mar 1964 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 07 Apr 1964 - H&MS-15 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 147812 C/N 12576
      • 03 Mar 1964 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 17 Feb 1965 - NAS - NAS North Island, CA
    • 147815 C/N 12579
      • 03 Mar 1964 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 03 May 1965 - NAS - NAS Alameda, CA
    • 148436 C/N 12629
      • 01 May 1966 - VMA-214 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
      • 05 May 1970 - MARTD - NAS Glenview, IL
    • 148439 C/N 12632
      • 17 Mar 1964 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 23 Apr 1965 - H&MS-15 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 148442 C/N 12635
      • 25 Mar 1964 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 08 Apr 1965 - NAS - NAS Atsugi, Japan
    • 148453 C/N 12646
      • 12 Mar 1964 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 23 Apr 1965 - H&MS-15 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 148458 C/N 12651
      • 17 Mar 1964 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 28 Feb 1965 - H&MS-15 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 148462 C/N 12655
      • 01 May 1966 - VMA-214 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
      • 05 May 1970 - MARTD - NAS Glenview, IL
    • 148464 C/N 12657
      • 05 Mar 1964 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 17 Feb 1965 - NAS - NAS North Island, CA
    • 148465 C/N 12658
      • 13 Jul 1966 - VMA-214 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
      • 11 Jun 1970 - MARTD - NAS Glenview, IL
    • 148469 C/N 12662
      • 16 Oct 1965 - VMA-214 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
      • 15 Feb 1966 - VMA-311 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam

      • 01 May 1966 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 14 Apr 1970 - MARTD - NAS Glenview, IL
    • 148471 C/N 12664
      • 01 Apr 1965 - VMA-214 - USS Iwo Jima
      • 30 Oct 1968 - VMA-214 - MCAS Yuma, AZ (Last)
      • Assume Stricken - No further records found
    • 148472 C/N 12665
      • 03 Mar 1964 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 20 Jul 1964 - H&MS-15 - MCAS El Toro, CA

      • 27 Jun 1966 - VMA-214 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
      • 30 Mar 1967 - VMA-311 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 148473 C/N 12666
      • 03 Mar 1964 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 30 Apr 1965 - NAS - NAS Alameda, CA
    • 148474 C/N 12667
      • 05 Mar 1964 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 03 May 1965 - NAS - NAS Alameda, CA
    • 148475 C/N 12668
      • 09 Mar 1964 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 07 Apr 1965 - NAS - NAS Atsugi, Japan
    • 148482 C/N 12675
      • 13 Jun 1966 - VMA-214 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
      • 24 Apr 1970 - VC-1 - Barbers Point, HI
    • 148486 C/N 12679
      • 15 Apr 1964 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 07 Apr 1965 - NAS - NAS Atsugi, Japan
    • 148493 C/N 12686
      • 24 Mar 1964 - VMA-214 - MCS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 07 Apr 1965 - NAS - NAS Atsugi, Japan
    • 148494 C/N 12687
      • 01 Apr 1965 - VMA-214 - USS Iwo Jima
      • 15 Feb 1966 - VMA-311 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 148494 C/N 12687
      • 01 Apr 1965 - VMA-214 - USS Iwo Jima
      • 15 Feb 1966 - VMA-311 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam

      • 01 May 1966 - VMA-214 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
      • 01 Apr 1967 - VMA-311 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 148497 C/N 12690
      • 04 Feb 1967 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 22 Nov 1967 - VA-76 - USS Independence
    • 148500 C/N 12693
      • 21 Apr 1964 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 02 Jun 1965 - VA-93 - NAS Lemoore, CA
    • 148505 C/N 12698
      • 23 Jul 1966 - VMA-214 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
      • 24 Feb 1967 - NAS COSA - NAS Atsugi, Japan
    • 148508 C/N 12701
      • 01 Apr 1965 - VMA-214 - USS Iwo Jima
      • 19 Nov 1965 - NAS - NAS Atsugi, Japan

      • 26 Apr 1966 - VMA-214 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
      • 17 Mar 1967 - NAS COSA - NAS Atsugi, Japan
    • 148511 C/N 12704
      • 13 Dec 1968 - VMA-214 - MCAS Yuma, AZ
      • 28 Dec 1969 - Stricken - 1S
    • 148530 C/N 12723
      • 01 May 1966 - VMA-214 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
      • 07 Apr 1970 - MARTD - NAS Glenview, IL
    • 148531 C/N 12724
      • 13 Jun 1966 - VMA-214 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
      • 14 Apr 1970 - MARTD - NAAS Glenview, IL
    • 148535 C/N 12728
      • 01 Apr 1965 - VMA-214 - USS Iwo Jima
      • 12 May 1966 - Stricken - 1S
    • 148537 C/N 12730
      • 01 May 1966 - VMA-214 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
      • 07 Jul 1966 - NAS - NAS Cubi Point, RP
    • 148538 C/N 12731
      • 25 Feb 1966 - VMA-214 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 27 Jun 1966 - VMAAW-224 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 148547 C/N 12740
      • 15 Nov 1965 - VMA-214 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
      • 26 Sep 1967 - NARF - NAS Alameda, CA
    • 148548 C/N 12741
      • 01 Apr 1965 - VMA-214 - USS Iwo Jima
      • 06 Dec 1967 - VA-76 - USS Independence
    • 148549 C/N 12742
      • 01 Apr 1965 - VMA-214 - USS Iwo Jima
      • 17 Mar 1967 - NAS COSA - NAS Atsugi, Japan
    • 148553 C/N 12746
      • 01 Apr 1965 - VMA-214 - USS Iwo Jima
      • 22 Nov 1967 - VA-76 - USS Independence
    • 148558 C/N 12751
      • 15 Feb 1966 - VMA-214 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
      • 01 Apr 1966 - VA-94 - USS Enterprise
    • 148559 C/N 12752
      • 13 Mar 1964 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 02 May 1970 - VC-1 - NAS Barbers Point, HI
    • 148569 C/N 12762
      • 03 Dec 1968 - VMA-214 - MCAS Yuma, AZ
      • 10 Jun 1969 - VMAT-102 - MCAS Yuma, AZ
    • 148585 C/N 12778
      • 17 Apr 1966 - VMA-214 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
      • 17 Mar 1967 - Stricken - 1S
    • 148590 C/N 12783
      • 01 Apr 1965 - VMA-214 - USS Iwo Jima
      • 15 Jul 1966 - NAS - NAS Alameda, CA
    • 148595 C/N 12788
      • 01 Apr 1965 - VMA-214 - USS Iwo Jima
      • ?? ??? 1965 - VMA-311 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
    • 148597 C/N 12790
      • 15 Feb 1966 - VMA-214 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 07 Apr 1970 - MARTD - NAS Glenview, IL
    • 148601 C/N 12794
      • 01 Apr 1965 - VMA-214 - USS Iwo Jima
      • 15 Feb 1966 - VMA-311 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan

      • 17 Jun 1966 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 15 Jul 1966 - NAS - NAS Alameda, CA
    • 149505 c/n 12830
      • ?? ??? 1966 – VMA-214 - Chu Lai, South Vietnam
      • 28 Oct 1966 - VA-55 - NAS Lemoore, CA
    • 149514 c/n 12839
      • 11 Apr 1968 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 08 Apr 1970 - MARTD - NAS Glenview, IL
    • 149536 c/n 12861
      • 25 Apr 1968 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 06 Aug 1970 - MARTD - NAS South Weymouth, MA
    • 149551 c/n 12876
      • 23 Dec 1969 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 15 Apr 1970 - MARTD - NAS Glenview, IL
    • 149581 c/n 12906
      • 05 Mar 1964 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 23 Apr 1965 - H&MS-15 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 149583 c/n 12908
      • 23 Dec 1969 - VMA-214 - MCS El Toro, CA
      • 15 May 1970 - MARTD - NAS Glenview, IL
    • 149604 c/n 12929
      • 23 Dec 1969 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 08 Apr 1970 - MARTD - NAS Glenview, IL
    • 149605 c/n 12930
      • 17 Mar 1964 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 24 Aug 1965 - H&MS-15 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 149620 c/n 12945
      • 03 Dec 1968 - VMA-214 - MCAS Yuma, AZ
      • 06 Jun 1969 - VMAT-102 - MCAS Yuma, AZ
    • 149622 c/n 12947
      • 03 Dec 1968 - VMA-214 - MCAS Yuma, AZ
      • 07 Jul 1968 - VMAT-102 - MCAS Yuma, AZ
    • 149644 c/n 12969
      • 13 Dec 1968 - VMA-214 - MCAS Yuma, AZ
      • 14 Sep 1969 - Stricken - 1S
    • 150583 c/n 12994
      • 25 Mar 1964 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 20 Apr 1965 - VA-216 - USS Hancock
    • 150586 c/n 12997
      • 19 Mar 1964 - VMA-214 - NAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 07 Apr 1965 - NAS - NAS Atsugi, Japan

      • 14 Oct 1965 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 14 Feb 1968 - NARF - NAS Alameda, CA
    • 150587 c/n 12998
      • 12 Dec 1968 - VMA-214 - MCAS Yuma, AZ
      • 27 Apr 1970 - MARTD - NAS Jacksonville, FL
    • 150588 c/n 12999
      • 03 Mar 1964 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 07 Apr 1965 - NAS - NAS Atsugi, Japan
    • 150589 c/n 13000
      • 25 Mar 1964 - VMA-214 - MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
      • 07 Apr 1964 - NAS - NAS Atsugi, Japan

  • Douglas A4D-5 (A-4E) Skyhawk
    • 149973 c/n 13026
      • 24 Mar 1970 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 17 Mar 1971 - VMAT-102 - MCAS Yuma, AZ
    • 149979 c/n 13032
      • 04 Oct 1970 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 17 Mar 1971 - VMAT-102 - MCAS Yuma, AZ
    • 149986 c/n 13039
      • 24 Mar 1970 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 13 Apr 1971 - VMAT-102 - MCAS Yuma, AZ
    • 149987 c/n 13040
      • 24 Mar 1970 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 17 Mar 1971 - VMAT-102 - MCAS Yuma, AZ
    • 149995 c/n 13048
      • 24 Mar 1970 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 12 Apr 1971 - VMAT-102 - MCAS Yuma, AZ
    • 150046 c/n 13099
      • 24 Mar 1970 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 07 May 1970 - Stricken - 1S
    • 150073 c/n 13126
      • 24 Mar 1970 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 07 Apr 1971 - VMAT-102 - MCAS Yuma, AZ
    • 150089 c/n 13142
      • 24 Mar 1970 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 08 Sep 1970 - Stricken - 1S
    • 150120 c/n 13173
      • 24 Mar 1970 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 18 Dec 1970 - VMAT-102 - MCAS Yuma, AZ
    • 151027 c/n 13197
      • 24 Mar 1970 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 17 Mar 1971 - VMAT-102 - MCAS Yuma, AZ
    • 151056 c/n 13226
      • 24 Mar 1970 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 17 Mar 1971 - VMAT-102 - MCAS Yuma, AZ
    • 151139 c/n 13309
      • 24 Mar 1970 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 06 Oct 1970 - NARF - NAS Pensacola, FL
    • 151147 c/n 13317
      • 24 Mar 1970 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 18 Dec 1970 - VMAT-102 - MCAS Yuma, AZ
    • 151169 c/n 13339
      • 24 Mar 1970 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 15 Oct 1970 - NARF - NAS Pensacola, FL
    • 151190 c/n 13360
      • 24 Mar 1970 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 20 Oct 1970 - NARF - NAS Pensacola, FL
    • 151989 c/n 13377
      • 24 Mar 1970 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 06 Nov 1970 - NARF - NAS Pensacola, FL
    • 152014 c/n 13402
      • 24 Mar 1970 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 04 Nov 1970 - NARF - NAS Pensacola, FL
    • 152032 c/n 13420
      • 24 Mar 1970 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 14 Mar 1971 - NARF - NAS Pensacola, FL
    • 152050 c/n 13438
      • 26 Jul 1970 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 23 Feb 1971 - NARF - NAS Pensacola, FL
    • 152078 c/n 13466
      • 24 Mar 1970 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 01 Apr 1971 - NARF - NAS Pensacola, FL

  • Douglas A-4F Skyhawk
    • 154178 c/n 13635
      • 07 Dec 1970 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 27 Oct 1972 - VMA-223 - MCAS Yuma, AZ
    • 154179 c/n 13636
      • 19 Jun 1973 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 08 Sep 1973 - NPRO - Long Beach, CA
    • 154185 c/n 13642
      • 05 Mar 1971 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 14 Dec 1972 - VMA-223 - MCAS Yuma, AZ
    • 154186 c/n 13643
      • 07 Dec 1970 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 28 Aug 1972 - Stricken - 1S0
    • 154190 c/n 13647
      • 06 Mar 1971 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 07 Jul 1971 - NATC Flt Tst - NAS Patuxent River, MD

      • 10 Sep 1971 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 13 Nov 1972 - VMA-223 - MCAS Yuma, AZ
    • 154191 c/n 13648
      • 03 Dec 1970 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 02 Nov 1972 - VMA-223 - MCAS Yuma, AZ
    • 154192 c/n 13649
      • 14 Dec 1970 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 08 Aug 1972 - Stricken - 1S0
    • 154193 c/n 13650
      • 05 Mar 1971 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 15 Nov 1972 - VA-127 - NAS Lemoore, CA
    • 154203 c/n 13660
      • 05 Mar 1971 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 14 Dec 1972 - VA-55 - USS Hancock
    • 154207 c/n 13664
      • 05 Mar 1971 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 16 Sep 1972 - VA-127 - NAS Lemoore, CA
  • Douglas A-4F Skyhawk (Cont.)
    • 154209 c/n 13666
      • 05 Dec 1970 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 16 Mar 1972 - VA-127 - NAS Lemoore, CA
    • 154211 c/n 13668
      • 15 Dec 1970 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 07 Aug 1972 - VA-127 - NAS Lemoore, CA
    • 154213 c/n 13670
      • 05 Mar 1971 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 06 Dec 1972 - VA-212 - USS Hancock
    • 154217 c/n 13674
      • 30 Sep 1971 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 01 Jun 1972 - VA-127 - NAS Lemoore, CA

      • 02 Aug 1972 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 28 Nov 1972 - VMA-223 - MCAS Yuma, AZ
    • 154971 c/n 13787
      • 03 Dec 1970 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 04 Jun 1972 - VA-127 - NAS Lemoore, CA
    • 154973 c/n 13789
      • 03 Dec 1970 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 10 Mar 1972 - VA-127 - NAS Lemoore, CA
    • 154976 c/n 13792
      • 14 Dec 1970 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 02 Mar 1972 - VA-127 - NAS Lemoore, CA
    • 154977 c/n 13793
      • 06 Mar 1971 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 24 Oct 1972 - VA-127 - NAS Lemoore, CA
    • 154979 c/n 13795
      • 11 Dec 1970 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 20 Dec 1972 - VA-212 - USS Hancock
    • 154983 c/n 13799
      • 14 Dec 1970 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 27 Sep 1972 - VA-127 - NAS Lemoore, CA
    • 154984 c/n 13800
      • 14 Dec 1970 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 16 Sep 1972 - VA-127 - NAS Lemoore, CA
    • 154985 c/n 13801
      • 05 Mar 1971 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 21 Apr 1971 - Stricken - 1S
    • 155000 c/n 13816
      • 05 Mar 1971 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 10 Nov 1972 - VA-55 - USS Hancock
    • 155006 c/n 13822
      • 03 Dec 1970 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 29 Dec 1972 - RDT&E - NAS Patuxent River, MD
    • 155029 c/n 13845
      • 21 Apr 1972 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 01 Jun 1972 - VA-127 - NAS Lemoore, CA

      • 02 Aug 1972 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 30 Nov 1973 - NPRO - Long Beach, CA
    • 155031 c/n 13847
      • 03 Mar 1972 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 18 Jan 1973 - VMA-223 - MCAS Yuma, AZ
    • 155037 c/n 13853
      • 19 Aug 1970 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 21 Aug 1970 - VMA-223 - MCAS El Toro, CA

      • 03 May 1972 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 05 Dec 1972 - VMA-223 - MCAS Yuma, AZ
    • 155040 c/n 13856
      • 25 Apr 1972 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 27 Oct 1972 - VMA-223 - MCAS Yuma, AZ
    • 155056 c/n 13872
      • 11 Apr 1972 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 12 Dec 1972 - VMA-223 - MCAS Yuma, AZ
    • 155064 c/n 13880
      • 19 Apr 1972 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 19 Oct 1973 - VMA-223 - MCAS Yuma, AZ

  • Douglas A-4M Skyhawk
    • 158149 c/n 14186
      • 16 Jun 1978 - VMA-214 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 16 May 1980 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA

      • 05 Mar 1984 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 13 Aug 1987 - MAG-49 Det Willow Grove - NAS Willow Grove, PA
    • 158155 c/n 14192
      • 16 May 1980 - VMA-214 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 15 Apr 1983 – VMAT-102 - MCAS Yuma, AZ

      • 24 Dec 1986 – VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 26 Aug 1987 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 158156 c/n 14193
      • 16 May 1980 - VMA-214 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 07 Dec 1986 - VMA-311 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan

      • 05 Jun 1987 - VMA-214 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 01 Jun 1988 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 158160 c/n 14197
      • 02 Aug 1978 - VMA-214 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 16 May 1980 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA

      • 12 Dec 1986 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 24 Aug 1987 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 158162 c/n 14199
      • 12 Oct 1976 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 04 Aug 1978 - VMA-311 - MCAS Yuma, AZ

      • 04 Aug 1978 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 16 May 1980 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA

      • 05 Aug 1987 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 26 May 1988 - MAG-42 Det Cecil Field - NAS Jacksonville, FL
    • 158164 c/n 14201
      • 16 May 1980 - VMA-214 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 06 Oct 1983 – VMAT-102 - MCAS Yuma, AZ

      • 25 Sep 1987 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 25 May 1988 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 158165 c/n 14202
      • 16 May 1980 - VMA-214 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 02 Mar 1984 - VMA-311 - MCAS El Toro, CA

      • 20 Sep 1986 - VMA-214 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 05 Jun 1987 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 158167 c/n 14204
      • 24 Dec 1986 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 30 Sep 1988 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 158168 c/n 14205
      • 29 Jan 1987 – VMA-214 - NAS Cubi Point, RP
      • 05 Jun 1987 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 158170 c/n 14207
      • 18 Dec 1975 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 12 Jul 1977 - VMA-311 - MCAS El Toro, CA

      • 16 May 1980 - VMA-214 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 07 Dec 1986 - VMA-311 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
    • 158173 c/n 14210
      • 05 Aug 1983 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 07 Dec 1986 - VMA-311 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan

      • 03 Jun 1988 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 02 Jan 1990 – MAG-42 Alameda - NAS Alameda, CA
    • 158176 c/n 14213
      • 16 Feb 1984 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 07 Dec 1986 - VMA-311 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan

      • 01 Jul 1987 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 13 Jul 1988 - MAG-42 Det Cecil Field - NAS Jacksonville, FL
    • 158177 c/n 14214
      • 17 Jul 1976 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 20 Aug 1976 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA

      • 16 May 1980 - VMA-214 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 23 Nov 1981 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA

      • 03 Jun 1988 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 31 Jul 1988 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 158178 c/n 14215
      • 29 Dec 1986 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 03 Jul 1987 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 158182 c/n 14219
      • 20 Jan 1984 – VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 07 Dec 1986 – VMA-311 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan

      • 05 Jun 1987 – VMA-214 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 26 Apr 1988 - MAG-42 Det Cecil Field - NAS Jacksonville, FL
    • 158184 c/n 14221
      • 02 Apr 1981 – VMA-214 - MCAS Yuma, AZ
      • 20 Sep 1983 - VMAT-102 - MCAS Yuma, AZ

      • 29 Feb 1988 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 02 Jun 1988 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 158185 c/n 14222
      • 01 Dec 1981 - VMA-214 - NAS Cubi Point, RP
      • 13 Jan 1984 – VMAT-102 - MCAS Yuma, AZ

      • 11 Mar 1987 - VMA-214 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 05 Jun 1987 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 158186 c/n 14223
      • 01 Jun 1979 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 16 May 1980 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA

      • 15 Apr 1987 - VMA-214 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 23 Jun 1987 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 158187 c/n 14224
      • 28 Apr 1976 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 07 Jan 1977 - VMA-311 - NAS Pensacola, FL
    • 158191 c/n 14228
      • 20 May 1979 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 16 May 1980 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA

      • ?? Mar 1987 - VMA-214 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 03 Aug 1987 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA

      • 31 Jul 1988 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 13 Jun 1989 – VMA-211 - MCAS Yuma, AZ
    • 158192 c/n 14229
      • 09 Jan 1976 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 14 Aug 1977 - VMA-311 - MCAS El Toro, CA

      • 16 May 1980 - VMA-214 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 08 Nov 1982 - VMA-311 - MCAS El Toro, CA

      • 17 Jun 1987 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 26 Apr 1988 - MAG-42 Det Cecil Field - NAS Jacksonville, FL
    • 158193 c/n 14230
      • 25 Sep 1978 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 27 Jun 1979 - VMAT-102 - MCAS Yuma, AZ

      • 03 Jun 1988 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 30 Sep 1989 – NASC FSO, MASDC – Davis-Mothan AFB, Tucson, AZ
    • 158194 c/n 14231
      • 03 Jun 1988 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 13 Jul 1989 – NASC FSO, MASDC – Davis-Mothan AFB, Tucson, AZ
    • 158196 c/n 14233
      • 01 Apr 1976 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 20 Apr 1977 - VMAT-102 - MCAS Yuma, AZ

      • 03 Jun 1988 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 13 Jul 1989 – NASC FSO, MASDC – Davis-Mothan AFB, Tucson, AZ
    • 158412 c/n 14234
      • 11 Dec 1972 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 03 Jun 1977 - VMAT-102 - MCAS Yuma, AZ
    • 158413 c/n 14235
      • 16 May 1980 - VMA-214 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 30 Oct 1982 - VMA-311 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
    • 158414 c/n 14236
      • 16 May 1980 - VMA-214 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 05 Dec 1983 – VMAT-102 - MCAS Yuma, AZ
    • 158416 c/n 14238
      • 24 Jul 1982 - VMA-214 - Kadena AB, Okinawa, Japan
      • 10 Jul 1984 – VMAT-102 - MCAS Yuma, AZ

      • 14 Aug 1987 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 02 Jun 1988 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 158417 c/n 14239
      • 25 Sep 1972 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 18 Jul 1973 - VX-5 - NAF China Lake, CA

      • 16 May 1980 - VMA-214 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 12 May 1983 - VMA-311 - Kadena AB, Okinawa, Japan

      • 08 Jul 1987 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 01 Aug 1987 - MAG-49 Det Willow Grove - NAS Willow Grove, PA
    • 158418 c/n 14240
      • 09 Nov 1972 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 27 Sep 1977 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 158419 c/n 14241
      • 30 Nov 1972 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 14 Jul 1978 - VMA-311 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan

      • 15 Jul 1987 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 28 Apr 1988 - MAG-42 Det Cecil Field - NAS Jacksonville, FL
    • 158420 c/n 14242
      • 13 Dec 1972 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 08 Jul 1977 - VMA-211 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
    • 158421 c/n 14243
      • 11 Jun 1973 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 27 Aug 1976 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 158422 c/n 14244
      • 23 May 1973 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 18 Apr 1977 - MASDC - Davis-Mothan AFB, Tucson, AZ
    • 158423 c/n 14245
      • 14 Jun 1973 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 03 Jun 1977 - VMA-311 - MCAS El Toro, CA

      • 03 Oct 1983 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 07 Dec 1986 - VMA-311 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan

      • 03 Jun 1988 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 13 Jun 1989 – VMA-211 - MCAS Yuma, AZ
    • 158424 c/n 14246
      • 31 Aug 1973 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 16 May 1980 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA

      • 03 Jun 1988 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 13 Jun 1989 – VMA-211 - MCAS Yuma, AZ
    • 158425 c/n 14247
      • 01 Mar 1983 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 18 Jul 1986 – NWEF - Kirtland AFB, NM
    • 158426 c/n 14248
      • ?? Mar 1987 - VMA-214 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 24 Aug 1987 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 158427 c/n 14249
      • 26 Sep 1972 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 01 Sep 1977 - VMA-211 - NAS Pensacola, FL

      • 19 Feb 1987 - VMA-214 - NAS Cubi Point, RP
      • 05 Jun 1987 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 158428 c/n 14250
      • 29 Sep 1972 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 01 Jun 1978 - VMA-311 - MCAS El Toro, CA

      • 05 Jun 1987 - VMA-214 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 20 Aug 1987 - VMA-311 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan

      • 03 Jun 1988 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 13 Jun 1989 – VMA-211 - MCAS Yuma, AZ
    • 158429 c/n 14251
      • 03 Oct 1972 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 20 Dec 1976 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA

      • 15 Jul 1978 - VMA-214 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 27 Jun 1979 - VMAT-102 - MCAS Yuma, AZ

      • 06 May 1986 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 22 Dec 1986 - VMA-311 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
    • 158430 c/n 14252
      • 29 Nov 1972 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 03 Jun 1977 - VMAT-102 - MCAS Yuma, AZ
    • 158431 c/n 14253
      • 18 Oct 1972 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 26 Jun 1973 - Stricken - 1S0
    • 158432 c/n 14254
      • 08 Dec 1972 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 20 Jun 1973 - VX-5 - NAF China Lake, CA

      • 06 Jul 1973 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 27 May 1976 - Stricken - 1SO
    • 158433 c/n 14255
      • 15 Nov 1972 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 19 Aug 1976 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA

      • 21 Mar 1977 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 16 May 1980 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA

      • 13 Jan 1984 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 07 Dec 1986 - VMA-311 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
    • 158434 c/n 14256
      • 28 Nov 1972 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 06 May 1975 - Stricken - 1SO
    • 158435 c/n 14257
      • 11 Dec 1972 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 16 May 1980 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA

      • 27 Dec 1986 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 27 Aug 1987 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 159471 c/n 14412
      • 03 Jun 1988 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 10 Jul 1989 – VMA-211 - MCAS Yuma, AZ
    • 159472 c/n 14413
      • 21 Apr 1976 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 14 Jul 1978 - VMA-311 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan

      • 16 May 1980 - VMA-214 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 10 Dec 1980 - VMA-331 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan

      • 05 Jun 1987 - VMA-214 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 28 Apr 1988 - MAG-42 Det Cecil Field - NAS Jacksonville, FL
    • 159474 c/n 14415
      • 22 Apr 1976 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 30 Aug 1976 - VMA-311 - MCAS El Toro, CA

      • 23 May 1979 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 16 May 1980 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 159477 c/n 14418
      • 23 Sep 1982 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 07 Dec 1986 - VMA-311 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
    • 159479 c/n 14420
      • 05 Jun 1987 - VMA-214 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 15 Oct 1987 - VMA-311 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan

      • 03 Jun 1988 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 13 Jun 1989 – VMA-211 - MCAS Yuma, AZ
    • 159480 c/n 14421
      • 01 Jul 1978 - VMA-214 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 29 Aug 1980 - Stricken - 1SO
    • 159481 c/n 14422
      • 28 Apr 1976 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 20 Aug 1976 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA

      • 16 May 1980 - VMA-214 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 09 Jun 1981 - VMA-211 - MCAS Yuma, AZ
    • 159482 c/n 14423
      • 03 Aug 1981 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 07 Jan 1986 - VMA-311 - MCAS El Toro, CA

      • 29 Dec 1986 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 05 Jun 1987 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 159485 c/n 14426
      • 16 Dec 1986 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • ?? Jun 1987 - VMA-311 - MCAS El Toro, CA

      • 30 Jul 1988 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 07 Jul 1989 - NASC FSO, MASDC - Davis-Mothan AFB, Tucson, AZ
    • 159487 c/n 14428
      • 05 Jun 1987 - VMA-214 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 20 Feb 1988 - MAG-49 Det Willow Grove - NAS Willow Grove, PA
    • 159488 c/n 14429
      • 16 May 1980 - VMA-214 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 14 Dec 1982 – VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 159489 c/n 14430
      • 03 Aug 1977 - VMA-214 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 16 May 1980 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA

      • 05 Jun 1987 - VMA-214 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 24 Jul 1987 - VMA-311 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan

      • 31 Jul 1988 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 13 Jun 1989 – VMA-211 - MCAS Yuma, AZ
    • 159492 c/n 14433
      • 16 May 1980 - VMA-214 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 07 Dec 1986 - VMA-311 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan

      • 05 Jun 1987 - VMA-214 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 02 Jun 1988 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 159493 c/n 14434
      • 21 Jun 1979 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 16 May 1980 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA

      • 05 Jun 1987 - VMA-214 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 04 May 1988 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 159778 c/n 14477
      • 25 Jul 1977 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 16 May 1980 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA

      • ?? Dec 1983 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 07 Dec 1986 - VMA-311 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan

      • 05 Jun 1987 - VMA-214 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 31 May 1988 - VMA-211 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
    • 159779 c/n 14478
      • 23 Jul 1977 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 16 May 1980 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA

      • 05 Nov 1983 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 07 Dec 1986 - VMA-311 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan

      • 03 Jun 1987 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 13 Jun 1989 – VMA-211 - MCAS Yuma, AZ
    • 159780 c/n 14479
      • 19 Mar 1976 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 22 Jul 1977 - VMA-311 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan

      • 05 Jun 1987 - VMA-214 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 07 Aug 1987 - VMA-311 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan

      • 28 Jul 1987 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 13 Jun 1989 – VMA-211 – MCAS Yuma, AZ
    • 159781 c/n 14480
      • 21 Jun 1979 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 16 May 1980 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA

      • 05 Jun 1987 - VMA-214 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 01 Sep 1987 - VMA-311 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan

      • 03 Jun 1987 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 13 Jun 1989 – VMA-211 - MCAS Yuma, AZ
    • 159783 c/n 14482
      • 05 Jun 1987 - VMA-214 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 28 Apr 1988 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 159784 c/n 14483
      • 03 Aug 1977 - VMA-214 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 16 May 1980 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA

      • 05 Jun 1987 - VMA-214 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 10 Aug 1987 - VMA-311 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan

      • 03 Jun 1987 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 12 Jul 1989 – VMA-211 – MCAS Yuma, AZ
    • 159785 c/n 14484
      • 16 May 1980 - VMA-214 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 23 Apr 1984 – VMAT-102 - MCAS Yuma, AZ

      • 03 Jun 1987 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 13 Jun 1989 – VMA-211 - MCAS Yuma, AZ
    • 159786 c/n 14485
      • 06 Jul 1984 – VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 01 Aug 1984 – VMA-311 - MCAS El Toro, CA

      • 07 Jan 1987 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 16 Aug 1987 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 159788 c/n 14487
      • 05 Jun 1987 - VMA-214 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 31 Aug 1987 - MAG-49 Det Willow Grove - NAS Willow Grove, PA
    • 159789 c/n 14488
      • 01 Jan 1987 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 18 Feb 1988 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 159790 c/n 14489
      • 29 Sep 1977 - VMA-214 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 16 May 1980 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA

      • 17 Apr 1986 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 07 Dec 1986 - VMA-311 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan

      • 05 Jun 1987 - VMA-214 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 31 May 1988 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 160022 c/n 14524
      • 15 Oct 1982 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 02 Jun 1988 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 160023 c/n 14525
      • 14 Dec 1976 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 16 Jul 1977 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 160024 c/n 14526
      • 05 Jun 1986 – VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 24 Oct 1987 - MAG-49 Det Willow Grove - NAS Willow Grove, PA
    • 160025 c/n 14527
      • 10 Aug 1983 – VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 07 Dec 1986 – VMA-311 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan

      • 16 Jun 1987 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 08 Jul 1988 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 160026 c/n 14528
      • 25 Sep 1987 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 25 May 1988 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 160027 c/n 14529
      • 03 Jun 1976 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 06 Jul 1978 - VMA-311 - MCAS El Toro, CA

      • 16 May 1980 - VMA-214 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 13 Aug 1987 - NAS - NAS Dallas, TX
    • 160028 c/n 14530
      • 16 May 1980 - VMA-214 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 28 May 1983 – Stricken – 1SO
    • 160029 c/n 14531
      • 09 Aug 1976 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 21 Jul 1978 - VMA-311 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan

      • 14 Aug 1987 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 02 Jun 1988 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 160030 c/n 14532
      • 04 Aug 1982 - VMA-214 - Kadena AB, Okinawa, Japan
      • 07 Dec 1986 - VMA-311 – MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
    • 160031 c/n 14533
      • 16 Dec 1986 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 25 Jun 1987 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 160033 c/n 14535
      • 09 May 1977 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 16 May 1980 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 160034 c/n 14536
      • 16 May 1980 - VMA-214 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 23 Apr 1984 – VMAT-102 - MCAS Yuma, AZ

      • 27 Jul 1988 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 13 Jan 1990 – MAG-42 Alameda – NAS Alameda, CA
    • 160035 c/n 14537
      • 05 Jun 1986 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 07 Dec 1986 - VMA-311 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
    • 160040 c/n 14542
      • 13 Mar 1977 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 16 May 1980 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA

      • 23 Nov 1981 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 04 Jan 1984 - VMA-311 - MCAS El Toro, CA

      • 11 May 1987 - VMA-214 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 15 Jun 1987 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 160041 c/n 14543
      • 16 May 1980 - VMA-214 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 15 Mar 1983 – Stricken – 1SO
    • 160043 c/n 14545
      • 15 Mar 1977 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 16 May 1980 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA

      • 11 Mar 1987 - VMA-214 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 25 Jun 1987 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 160044 c/n 14546
      • 13 Mar 1977 - VMA-214 - MCAS El Toro, CA
      • 16 May 1980 - VMA-211 - MCAS El Toro, CA
    • 160045 c/n 14547
      • 01 Apr 1980 - VMA-214 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
      • 16 Jan 1981 - VMA-331 - MCAS Iwakuni, Japan

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