VMA-322

VMA-322 / VMF-322

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VMF-322 - Fighting Cocks
VMF-322 - Fighting Cocks - 1946(?)
Provided by John Gbbard
VMF-322 - Fighting Cocks VMA-322 - Fighting Gamecocks
VMA-322 - Fighting Gamecocks

Patch

VMA-322 used the Fighting Gamecock patch from May 1958 to June 27, 1992.

Sources

David Weber

Mr. Daniel Ventre

Mr. Frank J. Mirande

Lanny Bauer MSgt. USMC Retired

John Gabbard

John Margie

Handle

July 1943 - - May 1958 Cannon Balls

15 May 1958 - June 1992 Fighting Gamecocks

May 1958- - - June 1992 Radio Call-sign - Motly - QR Tail Code

Heritage

July 1, 1943 - First established as Marine Fighter Squadron 322(VMF-322).

November 30, 1949 - Marine Fighter Squadron 322 (VMF-322) was disestablished.

July 6, 1951 - Next established as Marine Fighter Squadron 322 (VMF-322).

May 1958 - - - Re-designated as VMA-322.

June 27, 1992 - VMA-322 was disestablished.

Home Ports

7/1/43- - - - - - Established at Cherry Point

1943 - 1/44 - - - Parris Island, South Carolina

1/44 - 10/44- - - Marine Corps Air Station Ewa, Oahu, Hawaii

10/44 - 4/3/45- - Espiritu Santo Island

4/3/45 - 7/45 - - Kadena, Okinawa

7/45 - 11/45- - - Awase, Okinawa

11/45 - 7/47- - - Midway Island

7/47 - 4/49 - - - Marine Corps Air Station Ewa, Oahu, Hawaii

4/49 - 11/30/49 - Naval Auxiluary Air Station Edenton, North Carolina

7/6/51 - 1/54 - - Naval Air Station Squantum, Massachusetts

1/54 - 6/27/92- - Naval Air Station South Weymouth, Massachusetts

Air Wings

? - QR - Naval Air Station South Weymouth, Massachusetts

Aircraft

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

1943 - - - - - - - Chance Vought F4U-1D Corsair

1943 - - - - - - - Goodyear FG-1D

1945 - - - - - - - Chance Vought F4U-4 Corsair

Jan 1954 - - - - - Grumman F9F-6 Cougar

Nov 1959 - - - - - North American FJ-3 Fury

Sept 1962- - - - - Douglas A4D-2N (A-4C) Skyhawk *

1973 - - - - - - - Douglas A4D-5 (A-4E) Skyhawk *

1 May 1983 - - - - Douglas A-4M Skyhawk

19xx - - - - - - - Douglas TA-4F Skyhawk

19xx - - - - - - - Douglas TA-4J Skyhawk

 

* 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

Deployments

10/44 - 4/3/45 - Espiritu Santo Island

4/3/45 - 7/45- - Kadena, Okinawa

7/45 - 11/45 - - Awase, Okinawa

11/45 - 7/47 - - Midway Island

May, 1962- - - - Udorn Thailand

Commanding Officers

July 1943 ------- Maj. Frederick M Rauschenbach

May 1945 -------- Maj. Walter Lischeid

January 1947 ---- Capt. D.D. Blue

February 1947 --- LtCol. Homer G Hutchinson, Jr

December 1948 --- LtCol. James C. Lindsay

March 1949 ------ Maj. Quinton R Johns

July 1951 ------- Capt. Paul A. Miller

September 1951 -- Capt. Frederick L. Doyle

March 1952 ------ LtCol. Edward McGee

March 1955 ------ LtCol. Dobbins

October 1957 ---- LtCol. H.C. Langenfield

November 1959 --- LtCol. McClourey

June 1960 ------- LtCol. John W Tuttle

May 1962 -------- Col. Harvey Patton

June 1963 ------- LtCol. Thomas W. Conlon

June 1965 ------- LtCol. B.H. Williams

March 1966 ------ LtCol. Charles Darcy

March 1968 ------ LtCol. James M Mitchell, Jr.

March 1970 ------ LtCol. Ronald J. Sederman

March 1973 ------ LtCol. Hillary M. LeClaire

June 1975 ------- LtCol. Bruce Martin

June 1977 ------- LtCol. David Hallett

June 1981 ------- LtCol. Jack Haag

June 1983 ------- LtCol. Kevin Danchy

June 1985 ------- LtCol. Thomas McNeil

June 1987 ------- Col. Andrew Ley

June 1989 ------- LtCol. Robert Kudwa

June 1991 ------- Col. Daniel Ventre

Awards

Presidentail Unit Citation Streamer WW-II

Asiatic - Pacific Campaign Streamer with Bronze Star WW-II

World War II Victory Streamer

Awards continued

Pete Ross Safety Trophy - 1964

Pete Ross Safety Trophy - 1987

Events

July 1, 1943: Marine Attack Squadron 322 is activated as Marine Fighter Squadron 322. At that time, the Squadron was referred to as "the Cannon Ball Squadron."

Fall 1943: Marine Fighter Squadron 322 was transferred to Parris Island, South Carolina where it began training in the F4U-1D Corsair.

January 1944: Marine Fighter Squadron 322 deployed to Marine Corps Air Stations EWA Oahu, Hawaii, where it underwent extensive combat flight training.

October 1944: Marine Fighter Squadron 322 then moved to Espiritu Santo Island located in the South Pacific. VMF-322 was then attached to MAG-33 and received the Squadron's first combat orders of the Second World War, to support the amphibious invasion of the island of Okinawa.

April 3, 1945: On the morning of April 3, the Squadron's lead support element was struck by a Japanese Kamikaze aircraft while attempting to come ashore in a LST. Over one hundred fifty VMF-322 Marines were killed instantly in the attack.

April 9, 1944: Marine Fighter Squadron 322 continued on, in true fighting spirit and flew their F4U-1D Corsairs into Kadena airfield and continued their fighter and attack missions in support of the battles on Okinawa and Iheya Shima.

June 12, 1945: Marine Fighter Squadron 322 conducted the first attack mission by a Marine squadron against the Japanese mainland when they bombed and strafed Kanoya Airfield on Kyushu.

July 1945: Marine Fighter Squadron 322 the Squadron moved from Kadena to Awase Airfield where they operated until the end of the war. In addition to the numerous close air support and other attack missions conducted, VMF-322 was also credited with 20 kills at the time of the Japanese surrender.

November 1945: Marine Fighter Squadron 322 moved to Midway Island where they were attached to MAG-44 and received new F4U-4 Corsairs. The Squadron remained on Midway until July 1947.

July 1947: Marine Fighter Squadron 322 moved back to Marine Corps Air Stations EWA Oahu, Hawaii to become part of MAG-15.

April 1949: VMF-322 finally returned to the United States aboard the USS Princeton (CV-37) and was stationed at Marine Corps Air Stations Edenton, North Carolina.

November 30, 1949: The Squadron was disestablished.

July 6, 1951: Marine Fighter Squadron 322 was established at the Naval Air Station Squantum, Massachusetts, just outside of the city of Boston. The Squadron was attached to the Marine Air Reserves and continued to fly the F4U-4 Corsair. Many of the new Reserve Pilots joining VMF-322 were just returning from service in Korea.

December 1953: The United States Navy reactivated Naval Air Station South Weymouth, Massachusetts.

January 1954: Marine Fighter Squadron 322 moved to Naval Air Station South Weymouth, Massachusetts.

March of 1955: Marine Fighter Squadron 322 retired the last of their F4U Corsairs and received the new F9F-6 Grumman Cougar. The Squadron had the distinction of being the first unit in New England flying jet aircraft.

May 1958: VMF-322 was redesignated Marine Attack Squadron 322 (VMA-322), recognizing the primary mission of close air support. At this time, a new Squadron Emblem was designed and the unit begin its heritage as "The Fighting Gamecocks."

November 1959: Marine Attack Squadron 322 transitioned to the North American FJ-3 Fury.

May 1962: Short (1.5 months) deployment to Udorn, Thailand.

September 1962: Marine Attack Squadron 322 transitioned to the Douglas A-4C Skyhawk. During the years that followed, VMA-322 flew four versions of the legendary Skyhawk: the A-4C, A-4E, TA-4J and the A-4M.

August 18, 1971: A-4C Skyhawk BuNo 147775 was damaged in an accident and was stricken.
e-Mail sa-contact-losses@a4skyhawk.net if you have any further information re the who, what, where or why.

December 7, 1975: Capt. Andrew James Ley ejected safely when his Marine A-4 Skyhawk (BuNo 150135) crashed in a wooded area near Colebrook, NH, Sunday. Des Moines Register, Monday, December 8, 1975. Was a 4 plane (Hallett, Bradstreet, Wetzel and moi) for 2 v 2 ACM, a Sunday morning, Dec 7 (!!). Seemed prudent indeed passing 7,000 in an unrecoverable spin and still out of control, tho with periodic negative G and head against the canopy figured my neck could take a hit. Still think I've got an accounting credit for the F-4 I saved in '69. From Andrew Ley.

March 25, 1977: VMA-322 Capt Bob Frame landed short of the runway in A-4E BuNo 150083 at NAS South Weymouth in snow fog. Pilot uninjured.

July 31, 1983: Maj. Tom Turner (USMC Reserve) ejected after his A-4M (BuNo 154183) hit the runway 4 and burst into flames while making a refueling stop at El Paso (Texas) International Airport about noon Sunday. Turner's plane was one of at least four A-4Ms enroute from South Weymouth, MA, to Yuma, AZ. According to Turner the jet lost power moments before landing. Santa Fe New Mexican, Monday, August 1, 1983. 4th MAW, MAG-49, Det A, S Weymouth, A-4M BuNo 158183 was destroyed at El Paso when aircraft caught fire after landing gear broke off on emergency landing. 31 July 1983. Pilot ejected. Naval Safety Center via Jim Winchester.

November 25, 1986: Capt. Scott Moore, 31, and GySgt. Ron Daignault, 30, ejected safely from their TA-4 (BuNo 155079) after it exploded, burst into flames and trailed wreckage for about 2,000 feet upon landing at NAS South Weymouth Tuesday. European Stars and Stripes, Thursday, November 27, 1986. 4th MAW, MAG-49, Det A, S Weymouth, TA-4J BuNo 155079 was destroyed at South Weymouth when aircraft lost power and struck runway during low approach. 25 November 1986. Aircrew successfully ejected. Naval Safety Center via Jim Winchester.

VMA-322 absorbed VMA-217, also based at South Weymouth.

July 14, 1991: Maj. John Rufo (USMCR) ejected safely when his TA-4 Skyhawk (BuNo 154622) plunged into Cape Cod Bay four to five miles off the mouth of the Cape Cod canal Sunday. The pilot was picked up by the fishing vessel Tigger Two. The Intelligencer Record Monday, July 15, 1991. 4th MAW, MAG-49, Det. A, S. Weymouth, TA-4J BuNo 154622 was destroyed at MA when aircraft crashed into water after engine failure on PMCF. 14 July 1991. Pilot ejected successfully, 0 fatalities. Naval Safety Center via Jim Winchester.

June 27, 1992: Disestablished.

Marine Fighter Squadron 322 & Marine Attack Squadron 322:
Since establishment in 1943, the Squadron has engaged in war, conducted numerous tactical training exercises and participated in many deployments throughout the United States, Canada and with Allies abroad.
Marine Squadron 322 has always been comprised of extremely dedicated Marine Reservists who have prided themselves on true professionalism. In its last 10 Years, VMA-322 was number one in terms of combat readiness and aircraft availability. This legacy of excellence, as well as the Camaraderie steeped in tradition, will live forever in the memories of all those Marines who have proudly served with Marine Attack Squadron 322. Semper Fidelis!

Unit Photos

MAY 1971: A-4C 148571, flown by VMA-322 based at NAS South Weymouth, MA; landing at NAS Willow Grove, PA. BuNo 148571 is listed as a NAS MARTD a/c at South Weymouth. Photo by Ron Picciani.

06FEB89: A-4M Skyhawk BuNo. 159490, side number Quebec Romeo 59, of VMA-322 "Fighting Gamecocks", based at Naval Air Station South Weymouth. Viewed during a visit to the Naval Air Station Atlanta transit-line. Tactical Paint Scheme with dull markings. Photograph from Frank J. Mirande.

Fighting Gamecock A-4M. A VMA-322 A-4M taxies back from a mission. Photograph from Daniel Ventre.

Fighting Gamecocks. Three VMA-322 guys debrief on the ramp in front of A-4M BuNo 158171 QR-54. Photograph from Daniel Ventre.

Fighting Gamecocks. Five VMA-322 guys debrief on the ramp in front of an A-4M. Photograph from Daniel Ventre.

Guido and Friend. Guido (left) and buddy congratulate each other after cheating death, again. Meanwhile a mud-Marine readies the Skyhawk for another mission. Photograph from Daniel Ventre.

Lt.Col. Daniel Ventre. Dan straps on an A-4M. Photograph from Daniel Ventre.

Three Fighting Gamecocks flying high over the green fields of New England. Photograph from Daniel Ventre.

Fighting Gamecock A-4M, the face of armed and dangerous. Photograph from Daniel Ventre.

A Toast. A little bubbly to celebrate the joy of flying. Photograph from Daniel Ventre.

BuNo.150105 may be a VMA-322 Bird? Wynn Foster (Captain Hook).

30 JUN 1973: Left side view of VMA-322 Gamecocks A-4C Skyhawk BuNo 148528, QR-61, on the ramp, Quonset Point, 30 June 1973. Copyright R.W. Harrison.

19 OCT 1973: Right rear view of VMA-322 Gamecocks A-4E Skyhawk BuNo 150083, QR-55, on the ramp next to VMA-322 A-4E BuNo 150073, QR-54, NAS S. Weymouth, 19 October 1973. Copyright R.W. Harrison.

MAR74: BuNo 150105, QR-60, parked on the ramp. Rob Mignard.

MAR75: Skyhawk BuNo 150135, QR-00, parked on the Chase Field ramp. Dr. C.A. "Sketch" Eddy.

BuNo 159475 of VMA-322 on the ramp.

JUL76: BuNo 151059, QR-59, parked on the ramp. Gary Verver Collection.

Date unknown: VMA-322 160045 location unknown by Werner Munzenmaier. Copyright W. Munzenmaier.

14OCT76: VMA-322 150058 on the ramp, location and photographer unknown.

21 MAY 1977: Left side view of VMA-322 Gamecocks A-4E Skyhawk BuNo 150105, QR-60, on the ramp, Otis AFB, 21 May 1977. Copyright R.W. Harrison.

BuNo 159475 of VMA-322 on the ramp.

19 NOV 1977: VMA-322 A-4E BuNo 151095 parked on the ramp. Westover AFB, 19 November 1977. VMA-322 A-4E BuNo 149655 at right. Gary Verver Collection

JUL 1978: A-4E 149655 of VMA-322 lost it's nose cone in-flight and landed at NAS Willow Grove. Photo by Ron Picciani. Later 149655 was lost to engine fire when assigned to VC-13 off the California coast on May 22, 1985. Pilot ejected safely.

BuNo 152080 QR 57 on the ramp.

26 AUG 1978: Left rear view of VMA-322 Gamecocks A-4E Skyhawk BuNo 151125, QR-00, on the ramp with a Shrike missile on the #1 pylon next to an unknown Huey, NAS S. Weymouth, 26 August 1978. Copyright R.W. Harrison.

1973-78: BuNo 149985, A-4E, VMA-322 QR-50 on the ramp.
BuNo 149985 Pic 1 MARTD. Frank Jackson.
BuNo 149985 Pic 2
BuNo 149985 Pic 3
BuNo 149985 Pic 4
26 AUG 1978: BuNo 152080 QR 57 on the ramp with 152072 QR-52 Pic1.
BuNo 152080 QR 57 on the ramp with 152072 QR-52 Pic2.

1978: A-4E of VMA-322 QFR-00 at NAS Weymouth.
Pic1 Frank Jackson.
Pic2
Pic3
Pic4

31 MAY 1979: VMA-322 150132 on the ramp, location & photographer unknown.
VMA-322 151095 on the ramp, location & photographer unknown.

VMA-322 BuNo 151095 dumping fuel prior to landing. Col. Dan Ventre pilot. Taken from the back seat of TA4-J piloted by Col. Bob Kudwa.

Circa 1980: VMA-322 A-4E's lined up being readied for launch at NAS South Weymouth. Brent Genovese.

Ten A-4E's fly over NAS South Weymouth. Brent Genovese.

1980s: BuNo 159486, QR-65. U.S. Navy photo.

FEB 1980: BuNo 149985, QR-50, parked on the ramp at Andrews AFB. BuNo 154971, MB-11, at far right. Rob Mignard.

APR 1980: BuNo 149655, QR-51, parked on the ramp at Andrews AFB. Rob Mignard.

APR 1980: BuNo 151125, QR-59, parked on the ramp at NAS Norfolk. Rob Mignard.

July 1980: BuNo 152072, QR-52, parked on the ramp. Right side view of VMA-322 Gamecocks Skyhawk BuNo 152072, QR-52, on the ramp in a low vis gray scheme, July 1980. Name below the canopy rail is LT. COL. Hallett D. In the background is a Green Mountain Boys EB-57 Canberra. Gary Verver Collection.

August 1980: VMA-322 Fighting Gamecocks A-4E Skyhawk BuNo 149972, QR-55, with a centerline tank at an Open House. Photographer unknown.

Feb 1981: BuNo 152072, QR-52, on the flight line. Left side view of VMA-322 Fighting Gamecocks A-4E Skyhawk BuNo 152072, QR-52, on the flight line, February 1981. P/c is Sgt R. Beard. At left are USAF T-37B Tweets s/n 59-0355 and s/n unknown. Gary Verver Collection.

Apr 1982: BuNo 150073, QR-54, parked on the flight line with a centerline tank. Left front view of VMA-322 Fighting Gamecocks A-4E BuNo 150073, QR-54, parked on the flight line with a centerline tank, 24 April 1982. P/C is LCpl. Williams. At left is USAF T-38A Talon s/n 62-3734. Photo by Ted Paslowski, G. Verver collection.

Jun 1982: BuNo 149972, QR-55, with a centerline buddy tank and pilot ready to taxi. Gary Verver Collection.

Dec 1982: 158482, QR-01, parked on the ramp at NAS New Orleans. Photo by R.E. Kling, G. Verver collection.

18 Dec 1982: BuNo 151125, tail code QR, parked on the flight line at Andrews AFB. Photo by Ted Paskowski, G. Verver collection.

Between 01 MAY 83 and 20 OCT 1983: BuNo 159483, flying with VMA-322. This aircraft later was transferred to Argentina and served there as C-933. Photographer unknown, provided by Texomajack.

Date unknown: VMA-322 BuNo 149666, photographer is unknown.

24JUL83: BuNo 158413, QR-55, parked on the flight line at Andrews AFB. Ted Paskowski, G. Verver collection.

25JUL83: right rear view of Gamecocks Skyhawk BuNo 158413, QR-55, parked on the flight line. Ted Paskowski, G. Verver collection.

29JAN84: Gamecocks Skyhawk BuNo 158482, QR-01, parked on the flight line next to a CVWR-20 Intruder. Gary Verver Collection.

11FEB84: BuNo 159484, QR-58, parked on the ramp at Andrews AFB. Ted Paskowski, G. Verver collection.

11FEB84: 11 Feb 1984 BuNo 159484, QR-58, left side view parked on the ramp at El Paso, TX. Ted Paskowski, G. Verver collection.

11FEB84: 159490, QR-59, parked on the ramp at El Paso, TX. Ted Paskowski, G. Verver collection.

03MAR84: right side view of Fighting Gamecocks Skyhawk BuNo 158161, QR-50, parked on the ramp at Andrews AFB. Ted Paskowski, G. Verver collection.

03MAR84: BuNo 160042, QR-61, parked on the ramp at Andrews AFB. Ted Paskowski, G. Verver collection.

03MAR84: Gamecocks Skyhawk BuNo 158482, QR-01, parked on the flight line at Andrews AFB. Photo by T. Paskowski, G. Verver collection.

OCT84: BuNo 159483, QR-64, parked on the ramp at Andrews AFB. Gary Verver Collection.

01JUN85: 1 June 1985. Unknown A-4M Skyhawk aircraft drops a bomb on Onslow Beach during Exercise Solid Shield '85, Camp Lejeune, NC. Photo by Sgt. T.K. Burch.
"The A-4M over Onslow Beach is from either VMA-223 based at Cherry Point as the last active duty A-4M unit on the east coast or it was from VMA-322, MAG-49 Det A, South Weymouth. We deployed 322 to Cherry Point in support of Solid Shield 85. Solid Shield 85 was 4/30/85-5/16/85 so the date may be the photographers release date. I flew 9 of the missions from 8 to 16 May including gassing the amphibs right off of Onslow with wintergreen from an AERO-14B spray tank!! Didn’t want the reserves to have all the fun. We did get a rather stern message from ADM Chang for flying too low (inside the 500’ bubble) over his boats during the fleet air defense exercises!! That must have been the Motley’s! William "Jigger" Egen.

03AUG85: BuNo 15817. Left front flight view of VMA-322 Gamecocks A-4M Skyhawk BuNo 158174, QR-, parked on the ramp with a centerline tank, 03 August 1985. Name below the canopy rail is MAJ JP Walsh. Photo by R.E. Rys, G. Verver.

10 May 1986: VMA-322 TA-4J BuNo 158482, QR-01. Photo by R. Rys, G. Verver collection.

Oct 1986: BuNo 158161, QR-50 at Dobbins AFB. Photo by R.E. Kling, G. Verver collection.

19 OCT 1986 VMA-322 (MAG-49 Det-A) TA-4J BuNo 155079, QR-00. Photo by R.E. Rys, from Gary Verver Collection.

1988-90: VMA-322 A-4M BuNo 158174, QR-52, undated. From W. Munzenmaier.

09 April 1988: Skyhawk BuNo 159475, QR-57, parked on the ramp at Andrews AFB. Gary Verver Collection.

09 April 1988: BuNo 159475, QR-57, right side view parked on the ramp. Gary Verver Collection.

1988-1990: VMA-322 Gamecocks A-4M Skyhawk BuNo 158174, QR-52, parked on the ramp. Gary Verver Collection.

FEB 1990: right side view of VMA-322 Fighting Gamecocks A-4M BuNo 159475, QR-57, on the ramp with a centerline tank and painted in a lo-vis grey scheme. Photo from W. Munzenmaier.

31 May 1991: right side view of Gamecocks Skyhawk BuNo 158413, QR-55, parked on a taxiway. T. Panopalis G. Verver collection.

01 June 1991: right front view of Gamecocks Skyhawk BuNo 158174, QR-52, parked on the flight line at Langley. Gary Verver Collection.

01 June 1991: right side close-up tail section view of Gamecocks Skyhawk BuNo 158174, QR-52, parked on the flight line at Langley. Gary Verver Collection.

01 June 1991: BuNo 158174, QR-52, parked on the flight line at Langley. Gary Verver Collection.

01 June 1991: BuNo 158174, QR-52, parked on the flight line at Langley. Gary Verver Collection.

01 June 1991: BuNo 158174, QR-52, parked on the flight line at Langley. Gary Verver Collection.

BuNo 158171, QR-51, parked on the ramp. Name below the canopy rail is LtCol. J.M. Haag. Gary Verver Collection.

BuNo 152080, QR-57, parked on the ramp with a pair of drop tanks. Gary Verver Collection.

1992: It's Over. VMA-322 is disestablished in 1992. Photograph from Daniel Ventre.


Off-Duty Photos

Pictures from the MCAA Boston Squadron's Annual Lobster Bake held in September, 2002. "Thank you" to Buckhout for the prints. The MCAA Boston Squadron is a great group of those who live in the area (or can get there. From VMA-322 SDO John Margie who scanned the prints, and provided them to the Association.




A-4 Skyhawk aircraft assigned to VMA-322:

  • Douglas A-4M Skyhawk
    • 158161 c/n 14198
      • 05 Aug 1983 - VMA-322 - NAS South Weymouth, MA
      • 20 Oct 1983 - H&MS-49 Det South Weymouth - NAS South Weymouth, MA
    • 158171 c/n 14208
      • 09 Jul 1983 - VMA-322 - NAS South Weymouth, MA
      • 20 Oct 1983 - H&MS-49 Det So Weymouth - NAS South Weymouth, MA
    • 158174 c/n 14211
      • 01 May 1983 - VMA-322 - NAS South Weymouth, MA
      • 20 Oct 1983 - H&MS-49 Det So Weymouth - NAS South Weymouth, MA
    • 158181 c/n 14218
      • 01 May 1983 - VMA-322 - NAS South Weymouth, MA
      • 20 Oct 1983 - H&MS-49 Det So Weymouth - NAS South Weymouth, MA
    • 158183 c/n 14220
      • 01 May 1983 - VMA-322 - NAS South Weymouth, MA
      • 31 Jul 1983 - Stricken - 1SO
    • 158413 c/n 14235
      • 01 May 1983 - VMA-322 - NAS South Weymouth, MA
      • 20 Oct 1983 - H&MS-49 Det So Weymouth - NAS South Weymouth, MA
    • 158422 c/n 14244
      • 01 May 1983 - VMA-322 - NAS South Weymouth, MA
      • 20 Oct 1983 - H&MS-49 Det South Weymouth - NAS South Weymouth, MA
    • 159470 c/n 14411
      • 01 May 1983 - VMA-322 - NAS South Weymouth, MA
      • 20 Oct 1983 - MAG-49 Det South Weymouth - NAS South Weymouth, MA
  • Douglas A-4M Skyhawk (Cont.)
    • 159475 c/n 14416
      • 01 May 1983 - VMA-322 - NAS South Weymouth, MA
      • 20 Oct 1983 - H&MS-49 Det So Weymouth - NAS South Weymouth, MA
    • 159483 c/n 14424
      • 01 May 1983 - VMA-322 - NAS South Weymouth, MA
      • 20 Oct 1983 - H&MS-49 Det So Weymouth - NAS South Weymouth, MA
    • 159484 c/n 14425
      • 15 Jul 1983 - VMA-322 - NAS South Weymouth, MA
      • 20 Oct 1983 - MAG-49 Det South Weymouth - NAS South Weymouth, MA
    • 159486 c/n 14427
      • 19 May 1983 - VMA-322 - NAS South Weymouth, MA
      • 20 Oct 1983 - MAG-49 Det So Weymouth - NAS South Weymouth, MA
    • 159490 c/n 14431
      • 15 Jul 1983 - VMA-322 - NAS South Weymouth, MA
      • 20 Oct 1983 - MAG-49 Det So Weymouth - NAS South Weymouth, MA
    • 160039 c/n 14541
      • 24 May 1983 - VMA-322 - NAS South Weymouth, MA
      • 30 Oct 1983 - MAG-49 South Weymouth - NAS South Weymouth, MA
    • 160042 c/n 14544
      • 01 May 1983 - VMA-322 - NAS South Weymouth, MA
      • 20 Oct 1983 - MAG-49 South Weymouth - NAS South Weymouth, MA
    • 160045 c/n 14547
      • 01 May 1983 - VMA-322 - NAS South Weymouth, MA
      • 02 Nov 1983 - MAG-49 South Weymouth - NAS South Weymouth, MA

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