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15-3002 — - An F4B of VF-114 loaded with 12 high drag(Snake Eye) Mark 82 bombs and 4 AIM-7 Sparrow air to air missiles is spotted forward on USS Kitty Hawk for a strike package launch into Route Pack 6B from Yankee Station in the South China Sea Jan. 1967.  On 15 Apr 1968 F4B BuNo 153002 operating as Linfield 202 and F4B BuNo 153043 flying as Linfield 214 were lost in a mid-air collision over water while jinking in an attempt to break fire control radar lock on. The crews, LCDR John F. Farnsworth, LTJG Gerald K. Baer, pilots, and LTJG Joseph M. Sarnecky, LTJG Roy L. McCready, RIOs, ejected, and despite heavy 37-50-100mm fire from the beach, were rescued by helo and returned back aboard Kitty Hawk. Picture made from 06 level "Vulture's Row".
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An F4B of VF-114 loaded with 12 high drag(Snake Eye) Mark 82 bombs and 4 AIM-7 Sparrow air to air missiles is spotted forward on USS Kitty Hawk for a strike package launch into Route Pack 6B from Yankee Station in the South China Sea Jan. 1967. On 15 Apr 1968 F4B BuNo 153002 operating as Linfield 202 and F4B BuNo 153043 flying as Linfield 214 were lost in a mid-air collision over water while jinking in an attempt to break fire control radar lock on. The crews, LCDR John F. Farnsworth, LTJG Gerald K. Baer, pilots, and LTJG Joseph M. Sarnecky, LTJG Roy L. McCready, RIOs, ejected, and despite heavy 37-50-100mm fire from the beach, were rescued by helo and returned back aboard Kitty Hawk. Picture made from 06 level "Vulture's Row".

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ph gero
Superb ,nice Vigilante RA 5 right behind
David Malsher
Sad tale of the fate of the Phantom(s) in the description. Glad all folks involved were rescued.
But let's not ignore one of the most beautiful combat aircraft of all time, the A-5 Vigilante, in the background. Anyone aware of its fate? Or that of the A-4 Skyhawk in the foreground?
Robert Day
During the Vietnam War, SH-3s rescued the crews of downed aircraft at sea and over land.
How often did they get Thanked for their service back then?
user3956
Nice pic!
Bobby Allison
This is an outstanding photo with a great informational historical account.
Bill Snowden
Wow! 62 years of loving aircraft but until now had never even heard of an A-5! Very cool!
Chris Croft
The Navy developed 2 Heavy Attack (VAH) carrier based aircraft capable of delivering nuclear payloads during the early years of the Cold War. The North American A5 "Vigie" was meant to replace the McDonnell Douglas A3 Skywarrior in this role. Due to it's Mach 2 capability the Navy felt it would be more useful as a Recon/Photo bird, thus the RVAH designation. Satellites probably sent most of these photo reconnaissance birds (RF-4s, RF-8ss)including the RVAH-5 to the boneyard. The A-3 Skywarrior outlasted them all for twenty years as Electronics Warfare squadrons (VAQ) and as tankers (VAK)
David Seider
F-4B 153017 (MODEX NH-107) was attached to VF-213 "Black Lions" at this time.
Aircraft was upgraded to F-4N, and was SOC Oct 13, 1983. Salvaged at NAS North
Island, California in 1984.
RA-5C 147858 (NH-601) was with RVAH-13 "Bats" for this cruise. In the 1962-1963
time frame, this aircraft spent one year at NASA Dryden (side number 858) in
support of supersonic transport program. as 858. Aircraft was written off at
NAS Albany, GA in Dec 1971.
A-4C NH-310 is with VA-144 "Roadrunners". I could not easily find any additional
info on this particular aircraft.
Bill Butler
Robert Day: Every time they pulled one out. Naval Aviation is a family, not a hostile home front. You bet we thanked them.
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