F4D-1  SKYRAY A/C 134752 Photo Set
McDonnell F3H-2N DEMON (a/c 133572) Photo Set
VINTAGE U.S. NAVY BLUE ANGELS SET
Maj. JOHN GLENN "PROJECT BULLET" Photo Set
F8U-1 CRUSADER CRASH LANDING PHOTO SEQUENCE
U.S. Navy - McDonnell F3 DEMON Interceptor

Photo:   (8"x10") This is an original file photo collected by Ray Volger lead illustrator
for LTV Aerospace in the late 50's early 60's. "Raymond E Vogler" is stamped on
reverse. Early 50's Vintage. McDonnell Aircraft Photo ID: D4C-288.  Photo shows
aircraft with four Sparrow III missiles.
U.S. Navy - McDonnell F3H-2N DEMON POINT MUGU (a/c 137010)

Another great original action shot. Nothing on reverse (8 X 10) on fiber based paper.
Redesignated F-3C in 1962.  
The following images were scanned from my personal collection of vintage aircraft, aerospace & early manned space
exploration photographs. Most are post WW II through the early 70's, with my main interest in the early jet age. Most all
sizes are 8" x 10" unless otherwise identified. These are NOT modern reproductions, copies or reprints.
U.S. Navy Phantoms, Skyhawks, & Crusaders Flying over the USS SARATOGA
(CVA-60)

A great 8x10 vintage original B&W of F-4B Phantoms, A4C Skyhawks, and F8D
Crusaders flying over the U.S. Aircraft Carrier, USS SARATOGA.  Official Navy
stamped on reverse with description and file number.  Dated 2-27-65.
U.S. Navy - McDonnell F2H Banshee Formation

Stamp on reverse reads, "U.S. Navy Air Station Atlantic City, New Jersey. Subject:
VC-4 echelon flights over the Atlantic City area. Official Photograph, Not To Be Used
for Publication by order of The Chief of Naval Operations". 8x10 dated 6-24-54
U.S. Navy - McDonnell F-4 Phantom (a.c. 143398) & Douglas A-3D (a/c 138928)
Refueling

Vintage B&W, 8X10. McDonnell Photo ID:  D4E 203 136.  Photo is in excellent
condition.
a/c 138928 model is Douglas A3D-2 Skywarrior, then redesignated to KA-3B in July
1967.

a/c 143398:  Not sure on serial number.  But believe this is a McDonnell YF4H-1
Phantom. Later redesignated F4H-1F and later F-4A-1-MC.
US Navy - North American FJ-3 FURY on Starboard Catapult

Original Vintage Photo with Official US Navy press release stamped on reverse.  
Armed with Sidewinders. USN Photo ID: 1020322.  8" X 10" photo in excellent
condition. Dated 6-16-56.
U.S. Navy - McDonnell F2H-3 BANSHEE Carrier Launch

Official Navy stamp on reverse with description, "F2H 3 (BANSHEE) of VF 71 Takes
off from USS Bennington (CVA 20) at sea." Dated 10 Sept '53. 8 X 10.
U.S. Navy - Douglas F4D-1 SKYRAY (a/c 134752) Set

Photo (Left): Official Navy stamp on reverse. USN Photo ID: 686278.  8" X 10" photo in very good condition.  Actual
better then scan.

Photo (Right): 20 Feb 56  -- 8 x 10 official Navy photo with Marine Corp stamp on reverse.
U.S. Navy Martin AM-1 MAULER #1 ( I believe a/c 22257)

8" X 10" original photo with Glenn Martin Company stamp on reverse. Photo in
excellent condition on fiber based paper.
U.S. Navy - 1952 Original Blue Angels Photo

Photo:  Official Navy Stamp on reverse dated 7-9-52. Naval Air Station Pensacola,
FLA.

Description:   In 1951 The Blue Angels reported to NAS Corpus Christi, Texas,
where the team began flying the F9F-5, the faster version of the Panther. The
team remained in Corpus Christi until the winter of 1954. The beginning of 1955
brought transitioned to flying the swept-wing Grumman F9F-8 Cougar.
U.S. Navy - Vought TF8A Crusader Landing (a/c 143710)

Photo:   Stamped on reverse: "Photograph by ARTHUR L. SCHOENI". I believe to be a
model Vought F8U-1 Crusader. a/c 143710 modified as F8U-1T trainer.
U.S. Navy - Vought F8U-1 CRUSADER crash landing (a/c 145357): Pilot Ejection on Carrier Franklin D. ROOSEVELT (CVA-42) during heavy weather in the Atlantic on October 21,
1961.  Photo has the Martin Baker Aircraft Company stamped on reverse.  Martin Baker is the manufacturer of the ejection seat. Both photo's are in sequence showing the
ejection. Photos are both vintage originals and in excellent condition (6" X 8"). The records read,  aircraft 145357 (VF-11) arrestor hook broke during heavy landing on the
USS Franklin D. Roosevelt Oct 21, 1961.  Aircraft went over the side but pilot ejected safely.  Date of Aug 21, 1961 also reported.
U.S. Navy - Douglas A-4D Skyhawk Formation, USS FORRESTAL

Stamped on reverse, "U.S. Navy Air Station Oceana. Virginia Beach, Virginia. Official
Navy Photograph". Vintage  8X10. All aircraft are Douglas A4D-2 Skyhawks. From
Attack Squadron VA-81 Sunliners on the USS Forrestal (CV-59).
U.S. Navy Famous Ace + F4U CORSAIR and First Landing on USS Midway (CVB-41). A
historic vintage photograph.  Beautiful 8X10 Chance Vought photo of WWII ace John
T. "Tommy" Blackburn, then commander of Air Group 74, makes the first landing on
the then brand-new U.S.S. Midway, CVB-41.  Photo is dated 13 DEC 1945, but the
actual landing took place on 22 OCT 45.  The Midway had over 1,000 traps before
Thanksgiving that year. The Chance Vought news release is included.  Photo ID:
1-4164.
U.S. Navy - Douglas AD-2 SKYRAIDER (a/c 122225)

Description:  Was the fastest attack airplane in service on the Fleet's carriers.  
Advanced new 1948 model of the standard Navy AD series carried heavier munitions
loads farther than any other service attack type. Seen in photo, special fuselage
flaps opening from the AD-2's sides & bottom act as speed brakes in combat
maneuvering. Wright R-3350-26W Engine.

Photo:   8X10 with Douglas Aircraft Company Stamp on reverse along with detailed
description on fiber based paper.
U.S. Navy - Grumman F8F-2 BEARCAT (a/c 121726)

Description:   The Bearcat was the most advanced of that series of Navy
carried-based fighters that began with the F4F Wildcat.  It was the last piston-engine
sky fighter turned out by Grumman.  Their next model was a jet fighter which
appeared shortly after WWII.  

Photo:  8x10 photo in excellent condition with Grumman description on reverse and
stamped photo by Harold Martin.
U.S. Navy Grumman  F11F-1 TIGER - (a/c 141771) USS INTREPID (VCA-11)

Photo: Vintage B/W glossy with Navy blue type on reverse.  Dated 11-15-58.
Description reads, "View of F11F-1 TIGER of VF-33 making a touch and go aboard the
USS INTREPID CVA-11". 8x10

Description:   In November1957 the familiar black star and lightning bolt were
painted on the squadron’s new supersonic Grumman F11F-1 "Tiger". Following the
transition, VF.-33, along with GAG SIX, deployed in USS INTREPID (CV 11) to the
Caribbean where she helped protect American interests in the Dominican Republic
crisis.
U.S. Navy - McDonnell Douglas F-3H DEMON

8X10 original photo with McDonnell Douglas official stamp on reverse dated 6-29-59.
Photo ID:  D4E 174392
U.S. Navy - McDonnell Douglas F3H-2 DEMONS

Photo:   8X10 original photo with McDonnell Douglas official stamp on reverse dated
March 1955. Photo ID:  D4E 55112

Aircraft from VF-193 Ghostriders, seen flying over Mt. Fuji.
U.S. Navy - McDonnell F3H-1N DEMON

International press release on reverse. Photo showing the first flight of the F3H-1N
production model that took place at Lambert-St. Louis Municipal Airport. The flight
marked the delivery of the first of this series of McDonnell jet fighters to the US Navy.
9X7 Photo in great condition.
U.S. Marine Corps - Gumman F9F-2 PANTHER, (a/c 123605)

Vintage photo in excellent to mint condition with "George A. Haddad" stamp on
reverse..
U.S. Navy - Vintage Blue Angels Photo

The Blue Angels transitioned to the Grumman F11F-1 Tiger in 1957, as shown here,
and the McDonnell Douglas F-4J Phantom II in 1969.
U.S. Navy - Lockheed T2V-1 SEASTAR Trainer Crash (a/c 144153)

on fiber-based paper in excellent to mint condition. a/c redesignated as T-1A in 1962.

A great 8X10 Vintage B&W Photograph on fiber based paper.  Actual photo is much
sharper.
U.S. Navy - Grumman Aircraft F9F-8 COUGAR (a/c 131063)

Associated Press release photo from London, with detailed text description on
reverse.  The photo is one of the first released by the Navy of the then new plane.
8X10 photo in excellent condition with date stamp on reverse of 12 APR 1954.  This
aircraft is on display at Pate Museum, Bourland, TX.
U.S. Navy - Vought F8U-1P CRUSADERS (VFP-63) a/c 144607 & 146892

Aircraft 146892 , background, was lost Jul 1976.  8X10 Color Glossy in excellent
condition on Kodak Paper.

Both Crusaders are from VFP-63 Alfa Gators or "Eyes of the Fleet".  After many
months of indecision, on 23 May 1964 the Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) finally
authorized the Navy to conduct low-altitude photographic reconnaissance flights
over the Plaine des Jarres in Laos. Within days, Photographic Squadron (VFP)-63
pilots began flying missions from the USS Kitty Hawk (CVA-63), which was operating
from Yankee Station in the Gulf of Tonkin. Along with the authorization came orders
that the RF-8 Crusader photo planes were to operate without armed escorts--even
though the practice hand been standard operating procedure since World War II.
U.S. Navy -  Grumman Aircraft F7F-3N TIGERCAT

Description:  The war-time need for ever faster fighter planes and also those that
could carry on night fighter operations led to the development of the Grumman
twin-engine Tigercat. The elongated nose carries radar equipment for adverse
weather and night operations.  

Photo:  8x10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with Grumman description
on reverse.
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U.S. Navy - Grumman W2F, HAWKEYE

A vintage B/W glossy on a fiber based paper.  8x10 in excellnet condition with
Grumman stamp on reverse with photo ID: 61902. Also a George Haddad stamp on
reverse.
U.S. Navy - Grumman F9F-2 PANTHER VF-721 (a/c 123668)

This particular aircraft was converted to F9F-2B. Nice vintage fiber based paper with
"George Haddad" stamp on reverse. 8 X10 in excellent condition.  Assigned to Navy
Fighter Squadron VF-721.
U.S. Navy - North American FJ-4 FURY (a/c 139282)

Photo has North American stamp on reverse on fiber based paper.  8 x 10 Photo in
excellent condition.
US Navy - Douglas F3D-1 SKYNIGHT (a/c 123744)

Photo has detailed Navy release and description on reverse, dated 5 September
1950. Photo in excellent condition on fiber based paper.
USMC, Maj. John Glenn -  Vought F8U-1P CRUSADER (a/c 144608)

Description:  Two historic aviation photos of Major John Glenn during his record
breaking cross continent flight.  While flying at the speed of sound, Pilot, Major
John Glenn of the U.S. Marine Corps, took a continuous strip of pictures along his
2,450-mile route. His average speed was 723.51 mile per hour, establishing a
transcontinental record of 3 hours and 23 minutes. The flight took place on July 16,
1957. "Project Bullet" secured Glenn's reputation as one of the country's top test
pilots program.

Photo:  Major John Glenn, steps down from the cockpit of the F8U-1P Crusader.  
8x10 photo is in excellent condition on a fiber based paper with purple press-type
detailed description on reverse.
USMC, Maj. John Glenn -  Vought F8U-1P CRUSADER (a/c 144608)

Description:   Camera ports in the belly of the Crusader are clearly visible in this
picture. In taking aerial photographs at supersonic speeds a precise mechanism
is employed which moves the film inside the camera during exposure. This
compensates exactly for the speed with which the ground is sliding past the lens,
and results in sharp pictures.

Photo:  8x10 photo is in excellent condition on a fiber based paper with purple
press-type detailed description on reverse. Below the canopy on the side of the
cockpit reads " Major J.H. Glenn USMC, Project Bullet"
U.S. Navy - North American FJ-3M FURY's in Formation.  (a/c #'s 141375, 141364,
141371 & 141379)

Description:  Records show these a/c serial #'s were used by the Blue Angels in
1956. They must have been transition aircraft when they transitioned to the swept
wing Grumman F9F-8 Cougar after their move to NAS Pensacola in the winter of
1954.

Photo:  8x10 vintage photo in excellent condition on fiber based paper with North
American Aviation, Inc. stamp on reverse. Date: MAY 25' 56, Photo ID: H81-7193
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U.S. Navy - McDonnell Douglas F4H-1 PHANTOMS - VF-121

Photo:  Near mint 8 x 10 photo with McDonnell Douglas stamp and file number on
reverse.  Dated Jan 1964.  Photo ID:  D4C 17945.  Repeating "THIS PAPER
MANUFACTURED BY KODAK" watermarks on reverse. Date stamped on reverse,
Jan. 1964. The F4H-1 aircraft was redesignated as F-4B-7-MC.  VF-121, the F-4
training squadron known as the 'RAG'. Became the Pacific Coast Replacement Air
Group (RAG).  The RAG was responsible for the training of Fleet Replacement Pilots
(FRP's) and squadron maintenance personnel.
Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 232 (VMFA-232) "Red Devils"

Photo:  Vintage 8 X 10 on fiber based paper in good condition with Chance Vought
press release taped to reverse with detailed description.

Description:  Four F8U-1 Crusaders from Marine Squadron 232, based at MCAS,
Kaneohe, Hawaii, fly diamond formation off the precipitous cliffs of the island of
Molokai. (Official U.S. Navy photo by VFP-62)

a/c 144428 is an F8U-1, and a/c 145533, 145539 & 145542 are F8U-1E's.
U.S. Marine Corps - Vought F8U-1 CRUSADER - VMF-122

Photo:   Vintage 8 x 10 on fiber based paper in excellent condition with Chance
Vought detailed press release on reverse. The first F8U is a/c serial number 143812.

Description:  Two F8U-1 Crusaders from VMF-122, Marine fighter squadron based at
Beaufort, S.C., line up for tandem takeoff.  The planes are equipped with launcher
rails on the side of the fuselage to fire Sidewinder rockets.
U.S. Marine Corps - Vought F8U-1 CRUSADER VMF-334 (a/c 143770)

Photo:  Vintage 8 x 10 on fiber based paper of an F8U from Marine VMF-334
"Falcons"
U.S. Marine Corps - Douglas A4D-1 Skyhawk VMA-224 (a/c 142168)

Photo:  Vintage 8 x 10 in good condition with Marine Corps press type detailed
description on reverse. You can see the moon in the photo just above the center of
the fuselage.

Description:  From Marine Corps Attack Squadron VMA-224 "Fighting Bengals".
From MCAS El Toro, Calif., A4D "Skyhawk".  Records show a/c 142168 (c/n 11422)
cockpit section acquired Jul 1999 by Combat Air Museum, Topeka, KS, on loan from
National Museum of Naval Aviation.
U.S. Marine Corps - Douglas F4D-1 SKYRAY- VMF-314 (a/c 134970)

Photo:  Vintage 8 x 10 on fiber based paper with Marine Corps press-type text on
reverse, dated 12 May 1958, El Toro.  Aircraft is from Marine Corps Fighter Squadron
VMF-314 "Black Knights". Marine Corps Photo ID: A195050
U.S. Marine Corps - Douglas F3D-2 SKYKNIGHT VMF-542 (a/c 125847)

Photo:  8 x 10 vintage Marine Corps photo with purple pres-type detailed
description on reverse. Dated May 1956 from MCAS El Toro, Calif.

Description:  On reverse reads, The "Sparrow", an air-to-air missile, has joined the
Marine Corps air-ground team. Shown here, armed with four of the "Sparrow"
missiles, is a Marine F3D-2M aircraft, attached to Marine All Weather Fighter
Squadron 542 "Tigers", stationed at the MCAS, El Toro, Calif.
U.S. Marine Corps - Grumman F9F-6P COUGAR

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper date 19 February 1955,
taken at Cherry Point, North Carolina.  Purple press- type description on reverse.
U.S. Navy - Grumman F11F-1 TIGER (a/c 138622)

Photo:  8 X 10 Vintage B/W Glossy on fiber based paper with Grumman Aircraft
stamp on reverse.  Grumman Photo ID: 57465.  This serial number indicates this
aircraft was among the first group of F11-F's to be delivered to the Navy.
U.S. Navy - Grumman F11F

Photo:  8 x 10 Vintage B/W Glossy.  Official Navy Photo stamp on reverse on a fiber
based paper.  NAS Corpus Christi, TX, dated 11-24-58
Firebee unmanned drone

Description:  The Ryan Firebee was a series of target drones or unmanned aerial
vehicles developed by the Ryan Aeronautical Company beginning in 1951. It was one
of the first jet-propelled drones. The US Navy bought the Firebee as the KDA-1. The
KDA-1 could be distinguished from the Q-2A from the fact that the KDA-1 had an inlet
centerbody 9as seen in photo).  

Photo:  8 x 10 Vintage color on heavier fiber based paper.  The McDonnell F3H-2M
Demon (a/c 137068) is armed with Sparrow and Siderwinder missiles painted in
experimental colors.  Photo is in excellent condition with one small crease on lower
right corner. The F3H Demon is from fighter squadron VF-112 "Fighting Twelve".
U.S. Navy Blue Angels Going Vertical

Photo:  Nice vintage  8 x 10 in excellent condition on a fiber based paper.  The Blue
Angels transitioned to the Grumman F11F-1 Tiger in 1957, as shown here, and the
McDonnell Douglas F-4J Phantom II in 1969.
U.S. Navy - Grumman F11F-1 TIGER (a/c 141853)

Description:  a/c 141853 at Pueblo Weisbrod Museum, Pueblo, CO.  Used by
Grumman and Rohr  for inflight thrust control with modified thrust reverser on tail.  
Photo shows aircraft with the modified thrust reverser and has Rohr logo on tail.

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on a fiber based paper with repeating Agfa
watermarks on reverse.
US Navy - Douglas A-4F SKYHAWK (a/c 155025)

Description:  Photo shows A-4F from the Ghost Riders VA-164 Attack Squadron
aboard the USS Handcock (CV-19).  Records show a/c 155025 on loan from
Pensacola Naval Air Museum to NAS Fallon Airpark.

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition with McDonnell Douglas stamp on reverse,
dated May 30, 1981.  Repeating "THIS PAPER MANUFACTURED BY KODAK"
watermarks on reverse.
U.S. Navy - Grumman F11F-1 Tiger, Blue Angels Vintage Photo

Photo:  Showing Blue Angels F11F-1 Tigers.  Look to be from the top down,  BuNo's
141872, 141868, 141883, 141869 141869.  On a fiber based paper.
U.S. Navy - Grumman F-11F, Blue Angels Vintage Photo

Photo:   8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper.
US Navy McDonnell F3H-2N Demon (a/c 133596, 133567, 133565, 133593)

Photo:  A vintage McDonnell Aircraft Corporation photo on fiber based paper with
McDonnell Stamp on reverse along with photo ID: D4E70645.

Description:   McDonnell PR attached description reads, "FLEET FORMATION ... Four
McDonnell F3H-2N Demons fly in tight formation over broken cloud patterns.  The
Demon is the fastest, all-weather fighter in fleet operation. There are eight
operational F3H squadrons and the Demon is winning praise from pilots of both the
Atlantic and pacific Fleets."  Dated 27 May 57
U.S. Navy Lockheed R6V Constitution

Photo:  Stamped on reverse with "U.S. Navy" Official Photograph.  Photo 8X10
vintage B&W Glossy.

Description:  Records show a/c 85164, Lockheed XR6O-1 Constitution. a/c 85164
(c/n 089-1002) retired Dec 31, 1952.  Registered N7673C May 1958.  DBR by fire at
Opa Locka, FL Jul 14, 1963.  Scrapped in 1978.  
U.S. Navy - McDonnell F3H-2N DEMON (a/c 133572)

Photo (Left):  8.5 x 11 on fiber based paper in excellent condition with McDonnell Aircraft Company stamp on reverse
with photo ID: D4E71036. The aircraft was redesignated F-3C in 1962.  Photo date on reverse 6-4-1956.

Photo (Right):  McDonnell Aircraft Company official stamped on reverse with photo ID: D4E71038.  8x10 in excellent
condition. The aircraft was redesignated F-3C in 1962.  The photo date was 6-4-1956.
U.S. Navy - Grumman F9F-8P COUGAR (a/c 144412)

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on a fiber based paper. Grumman Aircraft stamp
on reverse along with Grumman photo ID 56360.

Description:     The F9F-6/8 Cougar was the swept-wing version of the Grumman F9F
Panther fighter.  The F9F-8P version was given an extended nose to house a number
of cameras for reconnaissance purposes. It is believed that there are only a handful
of F9F-8P aircraft surviving today.
Douglas A4D-2N / A-4C Skyhawk (a/c 149551)

Photo: 8 x 10 on a fiber based paper with two stamps on reverse, one McDonnell
Douglas and a second Douglas Aircraft Company.  B/W glossy on a fiber based
paper in excellent condition.

Description:  Records show as an A4D, except on aircraft and written on back is
A-4C. Shown as converted to an A-4L.  From the VA-55 Winged Seahorse Squadron.  
Used with Squadron in 1962.
U.S. Navy - Douglas A-4F Skyhawk - Blue Angels Formation

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition with McDonnell Douglas stamp on reverse on
a Kodak Paper.

Description: BuNo's 154179, 154983, 154984, 154975, 154986, 155029.  A/C
154983  Now at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.  154975 served
with Blue Angels as #5.  Crashed at NAS El Centro, CA Feb 22, 1982.  Pilot killed.  
A/C 155029 served with Blue Angels as #5.  Collided in midair with 154992  over
NAS Niagra, NY Jul 13, 1985.  Pilot ejected safely.
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U.S. Navy - Douglas F4D-1 SKYRAYs (a/c 134839 & 139097)

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on a fiber based paper with NORAD stamp and
detailed text on reverse.

Description:  Two F-4D "Skyrays" of Navy squadron VFAW-3 shaft through the
California skies.  VFAW-3 is the one full time Navy fighter-interceptor squadron
assigned to the North American Air Defense Command, and is stationed at Naval Air
Station, North Island, San Diego.  The "Skyrays" are armed with sidewinder, and
infrared heat-seeking missiles, and 2.75" air-to-air rockets.
U.S. Marine Corps - Douglas A4D-1 Skyhawks  (a/c 139957 & 139958)

Photo:  Vintage 8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper with text in lower
from margin.  Douglas photo I.D 170289.

Description:  A flight of two A4D-1's flying past Mount Fuji, Japan

Photo:  8 x 10 vintage original in excellent condition on a fiber based paper with
detailed U.S. Navy text on reverse in Blue.

Description:  Its wheel just leaving the runway on takeoff, and F8U-1 Crusader roars
off with its two-position incidence wing in "up" position. Chance Vought Aircraft has
the F8U-1 in production for the Navy.  The plane is the world's fastest navy fighter
and is powered by a J-57 jet engine with afterburner.
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U.S. Marine Corp - Grumman Panther

Description:
 Text on reverse reads, "HITTING THE ENEMY  -- A Marine Panther jet is
run prior to releasing four napalm bombs.  The target is a troop billeting and supply
area in Communist Korea.  This is in connection with a 92-plane attack which took
place on June 10, 1953.

Photo:  8 x 10 on fiber based paper with descriptive text stamp on reverse.
Douglas A4D-2N / A-4C Skyhawk's

Photo: 8 x 10 in excellent condition on a fiber based paper with "Official U.S. Navy
Photograph" stamp on reverse.

Description:  Aircraft from Navy's VA-72 Blue Hawks Squadron.  I believe they were
operating from the USS Independence during this time.  Early 60's.
US Navy, McDonnell F4H-1 Phantom (a/c 148400),  McDonnell Photo ID: D4C 7710

Photo:  Vintage 8.5 x 11 vintage photo in excellent condition on fiber based paper
with repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks on reverse with McDonnell Aircraft
Corporation stamp.
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Space Program Vintage Photos


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Vintage Photos of Apollo
AS-1, AS-7, AS-8, AS-9 & AS10


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Moon Mission


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AS-12 and AS-13


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Vintage Photos of Apollo Missions
AS-14 and AS-15


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Vintage Photos of Apollo Missions
AS-16 and AS-17


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Space Shuttle programs


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