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#6 Kenneth Nobleza KennethNobleza@yahoo.com  2009-03-17 00:00
My name is on this aircraft! Plane Captain in this squadron as well as an Air Framer from 2001-2004. The "daily doors" on this specific aircraft was very hard to close.
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#5 Daniel Dixon, AD1(AW), USN Ret.   2007-11-11 00:00
I was a jet engine mechanic and helped keep this airframe flying from 1993 - 1995 in VF-154 Black Knights.
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#4 R.A. Martinez   2005-03-11 00:00
Beautiful aircraft with truly awesome markings. These are remeniscent of VF-211's Crusaders from back in the day...
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#3 Walt Morgan skeeter@tritel.net  2005-02-09 00:00
BuNo 161612VF-154 NK-101 9011VF-154 NK-101 Desert StormVF-154 NF-110 96mid
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#2 mark warner mark4565@aol.com  2005-01-14 00:00
I was in VF-21 from 1987-1991, VF-24 and VF-211 from 1994-1998 as a jet mechanic. I truley miss the Tomcat. It will be missed by even more maintainers in the fleet.. Even though it is a old airframe i wish they had went thru with the "tomcat 21" program. After VF-211 I transistioned to the Super Hornet F model in VFA-41. Now retired, I work for northrop grumman on the same aircraft. If anyone reads this and know of me, please give me a shout. Mark Wayne WarnerAD1 AW USN RET
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