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||VF-1 (Wolfpack,) 1991, F-14A Tomcat 1/72 Die Cast Model. FREE SHIPPING WITHIN THE LOWER 48 STATES, OUR CHOICE OF CARRIER.||1/72||374.99||IN STOCK|
||JUNE 2014 RELEASE: Wings of Heroes Grumman F-14B Tomcat, Us Navy VF-101 Grim Reapers AD101 1995 Tomato. 1/72 Die Cast Model. LIMITED TO 1200 WORLDWIDE!! FREE SHIPPING WITHIN THE LOWER 48 STATES, OUR CHOICE OF CARRIER. VERY LIMITED QTY LEFT!!||1/72||224.99||IN STOCK|
||Wings of Heroes Grumman F-14B Tomcat - USN VF-11 Red Rippers, AG200, USS George Washington, Last F-14 Cruise 2005. 1/72 Die Cast Model. LIMITED TO 1002 WORLDWIDE!! FREE SHIPPING WITHIN THE LOWER 48 STATES, OUR CHOICE OF CARRIER. VERY LIMITED STOCK AVAILABLE.||1/72||224.99||IN STOCK|
||Wings of Heroes (Santa Cat), Grumman F-14B VF-103 Jolly Rogers, AA201 from the USS George Washington. (Launch Configuration). This means wings are fixed in the full-forward position, leading and trailing edge flaps permanently deployed and the nose-gear compressed with launch bar extended. 1/72 Die Cast Model. US Navy Fighter Squadron 103 (VF-103) was activated in 1952. Three US Navy squadrons have used the name and insignia of the Jolly Roger: VF-61 (originally VF-17), VF-84, and VFA-103. While these are distinctly different squadrons that have no lineal linkage, they all share the same Jolly Rogers name, the skull and crossbones insignia and traditions. VF-103 began life as an F4U Corsair squadron and after progressing through the F9F Cougar, F-8 Crusader and F-4 Phantom II, it was among the last fighter squadrons to transition to the F-14A Tomcat. In 1989, they upgraded to a more powerful breed of Tomcat, the F-14B. When VF-84 was disestablished in 1995, VF-103 abandoned its (Sluggers) nickname and adopted the famous (Jolly Rogers) name and insignia for itself. After several deployments to the Persian Gulf, VF-103 deployed with the F-14B for the final time in 2004 aboard the USS John F. Kennedy before transitioning to the F/A-18F Super Hornets it operates today. While deployed aboard the USS George Washington in December of 2000, F-14B BuNo 161435 wore this festive Jolly Rogers insignia and earned the nickname (Santa Cat). LIMITED TO 1200 WORLDWIDE SO PRE-ORDER NOW!! FREE SHIPPING WITHIN THE LOWER 48 STATES, OUR CHOICE OF CARRIER.||1/72||224.95||IN STOCK|
||F-14B Tomcat USN VF-102 Diamondbacks, AB102, USS Theodore Roosevelt, Operation Enduring Freedom 2001. LIMITED TO 1500 WORLDWIDE!! FREE SHIPPING WITHIN THE LOWER 48 STATES, OUR CHOICE OF CARRIER.||1/72||199.95||IN STOCK|
||JUNE 2015 RELEASE: Wings of Heroes Grumman US Navy F-14D Tomcat VF-31 Tomcatters, Fleet Defense Fighter, USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN-71), 2006. LIMITED TO 1500 WORLDWIDE ORDER NOW!! FREE SHIPPING WITHIN THE LOWER 48 STATES, OUR CHOICE OF CARRIER.||1/72||179.99||IN STOCK|
||Wings of Heroes Grumman F-14D Tomcat Diecast Model USN VF-213 Blacklions, AJ213, USS Theodore Roosevelt, Last F-14 Cruise 2006. US Navy Fighter Squadron 213 (VF-213) Blacklions was established on June 22nd, 1955 at Moffet Field, California, flying the F2H Banshee. The squadron transitioned to the F4D Skyray and F3H Demon before relocating to NAS Miramar. They upgraded to the F-4B Phantom II in 1964 and continued to operate this type until they switched to the F-14A Tomcat in September 1976. They flew the F-14A for more than twenty years before upgrading to the F-14D Super Tomcat in 1997 as they relocated, once more, this time to NAS Oceana. The squadron made its final cruise with the Tomcat aboard the USS Theodore Roosevelt in 2005-2006. After nearly 30 years with the Tomcat, VF-213 was re-designated VFA-213 in 2006 and transitioned to the F/A-18F Super Hornet.||1/72||189.95||IN STOCK|
||April 2016 RELEASE: Grumman F-14A Tomcat USN VF-114 Aardvarks, NH105, USS Kitty Hawk, 1978, Wings of Heroes Series US Navy Bombing/Fighter Squadron 19 (VBF-19) was established on January 20th, 1945 flying the F6F Hellcat. The squadron transitioned to the F4U Corsair before and was redsesignated more than once before ultimately becoming Fighter Squadron 114 (VF-114) ""Executioners"" in February 1950. The squadron saw action during the Korean War and traded it's Corsairs for the F9F Panther upon return to the US. After flying the F2H Banhsee and F3H Demon, VF-114 upgraded to the F-4 Phantom II in 1961 and adopted the new name of ""Aardvarks"". The Aardvarks flew the Phantom for 14 years before switching to the F-14 Tomcat in December 1975. Finally, after participating in Operation Desert Storm, VF-114 was disestablished in 1993 along with several other active F-14 squadrons.||1/72||149.99||IN STOCK|
||Celebrating Century Wings 10 Year Anniversary With This Grumman F-14A Tomcat USN VF-84 Jolly Rogers, AJ200, USS Nimitz, 1978, Landing Configuration, Limited To 1500 Worldwide US Navy Fighter Squadron 84 (VF-84) was established on July 1st, 1955. Three US Navy squadrons have used the name and insignia of the Jolly Roger: VF-61 (originally VF-17), VF-84, and VFA-103. While these are distinctly different squadrons that have no lineal linkage, they all share the same Jolly Rogers name, the skull and crossbones insignia and traditions. VF-84 adopted the name in 1960 while operating the FJ-3 Fury. The squadron transitioned through the F-8 Crusader and F-4 Phantom II before upgrading to the F-14A Tomcat in 1976. VF-84 deployed several times aboard the USS Nimitz and USS Theodore Roosevelt before being disestablished on October 1st, 1995, and handing over the Jolly Rogers title to VF-103. Limited Stock available.||1/72||199.99||IN STOCK|
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