Period: from '50 to '90
Model Dim.: 26 cm
F-14 A TOMCAT
The U.S. Navys very first super-fighter, the F-14, was developed partially regarding foundation of experience gained using the F-111, a multi-role plane created by General Dynamics, the Navy form of which, the F111B, ended up being built by Grumman. The F-14A first flew on 21st December 1970, and production-line models began reaching squadrons in 1973. Squadrons VF-1 and VF-2 accompanied the last voyage associated with aircraft carrier Enterprise in Vietnam, yet never ever saw combat. The Tomcat would not see action until 1981, with regards to shot down two Libyan Su-22s during an encounter over the Gulf of Sirte. Subsequently the F-14 is updated many times and has had parts in various conflicts in the centre East (Iran-Iraq war, 1st and 2nd Gulf War), plus in operations throughout the former Yugoslavia and small skirmishes on the Mediterranean.
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