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1 Platform Identifications Villanova NROTC

2 Select Platform Type SUBMARINES SURFACE SHIPS AIRCRAFT

3 Surface Ships CVN-68 Nimitz-class CVN-65 Enterprise-class CV-63 Kitty Hawk-class LHA-1 Tarawa-class LHD-1 Wasp-class LPD-17 San Antonio-class LPD-4 Austin-class LSD-41 Whidbey Island-class LCC-19 Blue Ridge-class AS-39 Emory S. Land-class FFG-7 Oliver Hazard Perry-class DDG-51 Arleigh Burke-class CG-47 Ticonderoga-class PC-1 Cyclone-class MCM-1 Avenger-class MHC-51 Osprey-class T-AH-19 Mercy-class T-AOE-6 Supply-class T-AO-187 Henry J. Kaiser-class USS Constitution Return to previous menu

4 Submarines SSN-688/688i Los Angeles-class SSN-21 Seawolf-class SSN-774 Virginia-class SSBN-726 Ohio-class SSGN-726 Ohio-class Return to previous menu

5 Aircraft H-60 Seahawk AH-1W Super Cobra UH-1N Iroquois/Huey AV-8B Harrier II F/A-18 Hornet/Super HornetF/A-18 Hornet/Super Hornet EA-18G Growler EA-6B Prowler S-3B Viking F-16 Fighting Falcon F-22 Raptor E-2C Hawkeye C-2 Greyhound C-130 Hercules MV-22 Osprey CH-46 Sea Knight MH/CH-53E Sea Dragon/StallionMH/CH-53E Sea Dragon/Stallion P-3C Orion EP-3 Aries II F-35 Lightning II F-15 Eagle Return to previous menu

6 SSN-688/688i Los Angeles-class Fast Attack Submarines SSN-688 have fairwater planes located on the sail/conning tower SSN-688i have retractable bow planes Can conduct ASW/ASUW/ISR/MIW/ Strike/SOF Support Carry a mix of torpedos, TLAM, mines Nuclear powered Click on picture for larger image Return to previous menu

7 SSN-688/688i Los Angeles-class Vertical sail/conning tower as compared to SSN-21/774-classes Vertical launching tubes allow for TLAM launch Can be equipped with Advanced SEAL Delivery System (ASDS) or Dry Deck Shelters (DDS) to support insertion of Navy SEALs Vertical conning tower/sail VLS tubes Return to previous menu SSN-688 SSN-688i

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10 SSN-21 Seawolf-class Fast attack submarine Capable of ASW/ASUW/Strike SSN-23 has extended hull to support SOF Sail has a wedge in front to reduce flow noise No VLS 8 torpedo tubes Capable of carrying torpedos, mines, TLAM and Harpoon Nuclear powered Click on picture for larger image Return to previous menu

11 SSN-21 Seawolf-class Wedge at front of conning tower/sail Torpedo tubes Sail is placed further aft on vessel as compared to SSN-774-class Vessel is wider than SSN-774-class No VLS tubes Return to previous menuClick for Picture

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13 SSN-774 Virginia-class Fast attack submarine Capable of ASW/ASUW/Strike/SOF Support/ISR Sail has a wedge in front of it to reduce flow noise VLS tubes to launch TLAM 4 torpedo tubes Capable of carrying torpedos, mines, TLAM and Harpoon Nuclear powered Click on picture for larger image Return to previous menu

14 SSN-774 Virginia-class Sail is placed further forward on vessel as compared to SSN-21-class Vessel is narrower than SSN-21-class VLS tubes Return to previous menuClick for Picture

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16 SSBN-726 Ohio-class Ballistic Missile Submarines Can carry up to 24 Trident Ballistic Missiles Fairwater planes located on the sail/conning tower Large flat deck aft of the sail where missiles are located. Nuclear powered Click on picture for larger image Return to previous menu

17 SSBN-726 Ohio-class Ballistic Missile tubes Return to previous menuClick for Picture

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19 SSGN-726 Ohio-class Guided Missile Submarine Recommissioned 4 Ohio- class SSBNs Replaced nuclear ballistic missiles with TLAM and SOF support Can carry up to 154 TLAM or less TLAM and can support up to 2 ASDS/DDS for SOF Nuclear powered Click on picture for larger image Return to previous menu

20 SSGN-726 Ohio-class Return to previous menuClick for Picture

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22 LHA-1 Tarawa Class Amphibious assault ship Carries a mix of helicopters and AV-8B Harrier jets Well deck can accommodate 2 LCU’s and 1 LCAC Steam propulsion with emergency diesel electrical generators. 3 remain in commission (2007) Click on picture for larger image Return to previous menu

23 LHA-1 Tarawa Class CIWS Mount Cutout in flight deck for 5 inch gun mounts RAM Launcher Overall, tall island structure that does not cover the length of the flight deck (as compared to LHD) Only has CIWS and RAM launchers SPS-48 radar is located on the aft part of the superstructure SPS-48 Radar Return to previous menu Click for Picture

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25 LHD-1 Wasp Class Multipurpose amphibious assault ship Carries a mix of helicopters and AV-8B Harrier jets Can carry up to 3 LCACs LHD-1-7 have steam propulsion with emergency diesel generators LHD-8 has gas turbine propulsion with diesel electrical generators. Click on picture for larger image Return to previous menu

26 LHD-1 Wasp Class RAM Launcher NSSMS Launcher CIWS Mount SPS-48E Radar Starboard Elevator Overall, shorter, longer island structure (as compared to LHA) Has CIWS, RAM, and NSSMS Launchers SPS-48 radar is located on the forward part of the superstructure Aircraft elevator on port and starboard sides Square flight deck Return to previous menu Click for Picture

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28 LPD-4 Austin-class Amphibious Transport Dock Telescoping hanger allows for storage of helicopters Carries 1 LCU Steam propulsion. Click on picture for larger image Return to previous menu

29 LPD-4 Austin-class Telescoping Hangar CIWS Mount Staircase forward superstructure as opposed to LSD/LPD-17 class Two CIWS mounts Return to previous menu Click for Picture

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31 LSD-41 Whidbey Island/Harpers Ferry-class Dock Landing Ships Whidbey Island-class can carry up to 5 LCACs, Harpers Ferry Class can carry up to 3 LCACs Main exterior difference is arrangement of CIWS/RAM and number of cargo cranes. Diesel propulsion and electrical generation Click on picture for larger image Return to previous menu

32 LSD-41 Whidbey Island/Harpers Ferry-class CIWS Mount RAM Launcher CIWS Mount Cargo Cranes Large box superstructure as opposed to LPD-4 class Whidbey Island variant has forward RAM launcher forward, CIWS above superstructure Harpers Ferry variant has forward RAM launcher abover superstructure, CIWS forward Whidbey Island variant has two cargo cranes Harpers Ferry variant has one cargo crane Return to previous menu Click for Picture

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34 LPD-17 San Antonio-class Amphibious Transport Dock Large internal helicopter hanger Enclosed mast structures Carries 1 LCU Diesel propulsion and electrical generation Click on picture for larger image Return to previous menu

35 LPD-17 San Antonio-class RAM Launcher 30mm Cannon Enclosed Mast Structures Stealthier lines Enclosed mast structures reduce radar cross section 2 RAM launchers 2 30 mm cannons Return to previous menu Click for Picture

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37 DDG-51 Arleigh Burke-class Guided Missile Destroyers 3 main “flights” with variations between and within flights Flight IIA have helicopter hangers and can embark 2 H-60-class helicopters. Gas Turbine propulsion and electrical generation Multi-mission surface combatant Click on picture for larger image Return to previous menu

38 Flt I/II DDG-51 Arleigh Burke- class Stealthier lines than CG Single “Raked Mast” Single 5” gun mount forward AN/SPY-1D Arrays on single superstructure No helicopter hanger Harpoon launchers aft 5” Deck Gun SPY-1D Arrays Single Raked Mast Harpoon Launchers Return to previous menu Click for Picture

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40 Flt IIA DDG-51 Arleigh Burke- class 5” Deck Gun SPY-1D Arrays Single Raked Mast Helicopter Hanger RMS Hanger (DDG only) Stealthier lines than CG Single “Raked Mast” Single 5” gun mount forward AN/SPY-1D Arrays on single superstructure Helicopter hanger and raised aft missile deck Remote Mine Hunting System Hanger on DDG’s No Harpoon launchers Return to previous menu Click for Picture

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42 CG-47 Ticonderoga-Class Guided missile cruiser Primary mission is Air Defense, but is capable of executing strike, surface and anti-submarine warfare Two 5” guns Two 64 cell VLS launchers Helicopter hangar aft with room for 2 H-60 class helicopters Gas turbine propulsion and electrical plant Click on picture for larger image Return to previous menu

43 CG-47 Ticonderoga-class 5” Deck Gun Helicopter Hanger Harpoon Launcher VLS Launcher SPY-1A/B Radar Double Mast arrangement 5” gun mounts forward and aft AN/SPY-1D Arrays on forward and aft superstructure Helicopter hanger Harpoon launchers aft CIWS mounts amidships, port and starboard SPY-1A/B Radar CIWS Mount Return to previous menu Click for Picture

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45 FFG-7 Oliver Hazard Perry-class Guided Missile Frigate –No missiles on board Helicopter hanger with room for 2 H-60 class 76mm gun amidships CIWS mount aft Fast escort for merchant convoys, amphibious or underway replenishment task groups Anti-submarine and surface warfare platform Gas turbine propulsion, Diesel electrical plant Click on picture for larger image Return to previous menu

46 FFG-7 Oliver Hazard Perry-class CIWS Mount76mm Gun Mount Helicopter Hanger Double Mast arrangement 76mm Gun midships Single CIWS mount aft Helicopter hanger Return to previous menu Click for Picture

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48 PC-1 Cyclone-class Coastal patrol vessels Small crew Excellent support for maritime interdiction operations (MIO) Two 25mm cannons and crew served weapons One RHIB Diesel propulsion and electrical plant Click on picture for larger image Return to previous menu

49 PC-1 Cyclone-class 25mm Cannon RHIB 25mm Cannon Extremely small vessel (170 feet long, 354 ton displacement) Designed to support SEAL insertion, principally used for Maritime Security and Boardings Short endurance at sea (10 days typically) Return to previous menu

50 LCC-19 Blue Ridge-class Amphibious Command Ship 2 CIWS Mounts (not pictured) Flight deck but no hanger. Steam propulsion Great deal of C4ISR equipment on board to support command of large scale operations Click on picture for larger image Return to previous menu

51 LCC-19 Blue Ridge-class Large number of antennas Superstructure located amidships 2 CIWS mounts (not pictured) Large stack structure aft to support antennas Stack structure Return to previous menu Click for Picture

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53 AS-39 Emory S. Land-class Submarine Tenders Flight deck aft, no hanger Large superstructure that runs the length of the ship Steam propulsion Click on picture for larger image Return to previous menu

54 AS-39 Emory S. Land-class Large superstructure that runs the length of the ship Return to previous menu Click for Picture

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56 T-AH-19 Mercy-class Hospital ships Operated by civilian crews with Navy medical personnel. No weapons Helicopter flight deck and basic hanger structure. Steam propulsion Click on picture for larger image Return to previous menu

57 T-AH-19 Mercy-class Flight Deck Hanger Big red crosses Return to previous menu

58 MCM-1 Avenger-class Mine Countermeasure vessel Hull is wood coated in fiberglass Diesel propulsion Click on picture for larger image Return to previous menu

59 MCM-1 Avenger-class Mast directly above the pilothouse Large amount of minesweeping equipment located on the deck Return to previous menu

60 MHC-51 Osprey-class Coastal Minehunters Whole class will decommission by the end of 2008 Fiberglass hull Diesel propulsion Click on picture for larger image Return to previous menu

61 MHC-51 Osprey-class Mast located aft of pilothouse Large amount of minesweeping equipment on deck Return to previous menu

62 T-AOE-6 Supply-class Fast Combat Support Ships Run by the Military Sealift Command with civilian crews Provides fuel, ammunition, food, and stores to ships underway Helicopter hanger and flightdeck can support up to 3 H-60-class (typically only 2) Gas Turbine propulsion Click on picture for larger image Return to previous menu

63 T-AOE-6 Supply-class Helicopter Hanger Kingposts Multiple kingposts on the port and starboard side to support fueling/cargo transfer to ships alongside Return to previous menu

64 T-AO-187 Henry J. Kaiser-class Fleet Oiler Provides fuel and limited stores to ships underway Run by the Military Sealift Command with civilian crews Flight deck without hangar facilities Diesel propulsion Click on picture for larger image Return to previous menu

65 T-AO-187 Henry J. Kaiser-class Kingposts Multiple kingposts on the port and starboard side to support fueling/cargo transfer to ships alongside Return to previous menu

66 CVN-68 Nimitz-class Nuclear Powered Aircraft Carrier Carries a Carrier Airwing of approx 70 aircraft Centerpiece of the Carrier Strike Group Click on picture for larger image Return to previous menu

67 CVN-68 Nimitz-class Long flat deck for launching/recovering aircraft Island structure on the starboard side CVN have a freestanding radar mast aft of the island 3 aircraft elevators on the starboard side, 1 on the port side Variety of RAM, CIWS and NSSMS launchers and mounts placed around the deck edge Radar mast IslandElevator Return to previous menu Click for Picture

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69 CVN-65 Enterprise-class Nuclear Powered Aircraft Carrier Carries a Carrier Airwing of approx 70 aircraft Centerpiece of the Carrier Strike Group Longest ship in the Navy Click on picture for larger image Return to previous menu

70 CVN-65 Enterprise-class Long flat deck for launching/recovering aircraft Island structure on the starboard side, has a billboard appearance because of narrow neck No freestanding mast aft of the island 3 aircraft elevators on the starboard side, 1 on the port side Variety of RAM, CIWS and NSSMS launchers and mounts placed around the deck edge Island Elevator Return to previous menu Click for Picture

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72 CV-63 Kitty Hawk-class Aircraft carrier Carries a Carrier Airwing of approx 70 aircraft Centerpiece of the Carrier Strike Group Conventional steam propulsion Click on picture for larger image Return to previous menu

73 CV-63 Kitty Hawk-class Radar mast IslandElevator Exhaust stacks Long flat deck for launching/recovering aircraft Island structure on the starboard side Freestanding radar mast aft of the island 3 aircraft elevators on the starboard side, 1 on the port side Variety of RAM, CIWS and NSSMS launchers and mounts placed around the deck edge Exhaust stacks and boiler air intakes on the island immediately aft of the mast Return to previous menuClick for Picture

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75 Three Masted Frigate USS Constitution Oldest active commissioned ship afloat in the world One of two active ships in the US Navy known to have sunk an enemy combatant Return to previous menu

76 H-60 Seahawk Different variants for different missions –SH-60B LAMPS – Based on DDG/CG/FFG for ASW/ASUW –SH-60F – Based on CV/N for ASW –HH-60H – Based on CV/N for CSAR –MH-60S – Based on LHA/LHD/AOE for SAR/VERTREP 2 pilots and 1-2 enlisted aircrew Click on picture for larger image Return to previous menu

77 H-60 Seahawk MAD Boom SH-60B HH-60H MH-60S Four bladed main rotor and four bladed tail rotor SH-60B/H may have a Forward Looking Infrared (FLIR) Pod on the nose of the aircraft SH-60B has a Magnetic Anomaly Detector Boom on starboard side SH-60B has Electronic Support Measures (ESM) detectors SH-60B has a surface search radar under the cockpit SH-60B/F has sonobuoy dispensers on the port side MH-60S has tailwheel at the very rear of the aircraft (similar to Army UH-60) ESM detectors Sonobuoy dispenser Surface Search Radar Return to previous menu SH-60B SH-60F HH-60H MH-60S

78 SH-60B Return to previous menu

79 HH-60H Return to previous menu

80 SH-60F Return to previous menu

81 MH-60S Return to previous menu

82 AH-1W Super Cobra USMC helicopter Principally an attack helicopter 2 pilots Click on picture for larger image Return to previous menu

83 AH-1W Super Cobra Narrow body Chin mounted cannon Stubby pylons to mount rockets/missiles on the side Skids for landing gear Skids Weapon Pylons Cannon Return to previous menu Click for Picture

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85 UH-1N Iroquois/Huey USMC Helicopter Multipurpose to include Command and Control and attack. Two pilots. Cabin space for aircrew. Click on picture for larger image Return to previous menu

86 UH-1N Iroquois/Huey Wide body Cabin for aircrew Skids for landing gear Skids Cabin Return to previous menu Click for Picture

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88 AV-8B Harrier II Close Air Support (CAS)/Attack Capable of Defensive Counter Air (DCA) High wing position Directional nozzles for vertical takeoff/landing Outrigger landing gear Single pilot Click on picture for larger image Return to previous menu

89 AV-8B Harrier II Outrigger Directional nozzles Principle landing gear extends along the centerline of the aircraft Directional nozzles point downward to allow the aircraft to launch/land vertically Return to previous menu Click for Picture

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91 F/A-18C/D/E/F Hornet/Super Hornet Multi-mission fighter/attack aircraft F/A-18E/F can be used as an aerial tanker F/A-18C/E/F flown by USN F/A-18C/D flown by USMC F/A-18C/E one pilot F/A-18D/F one pilot and one NFO Twin engine Twin intake Twin vertical stabilizers Click on picture for larger image Return to previous menu

92 F/A-18C/D/E/F Hornet/Super Hornet Rounded air intakes Angled air intakes Return to previous menu F/A-18C F/A-18D F/A-18E F/A-18F

93 F/A-18C Return to previous menu

94 F/A-18D Return to previous menu

95 F/A-18E Return to previous menu

96 F/A-18F Return to previous menu

97 EA-18G Growler USN (perhaps USMC/USAF) Will replace EA-6B as Electronic warfare/attack aircraft for SEAD Same basic airframe as F/A-18F Sensor pods on wingtips One pilot, one NFO Return to previous menu Click for Picture

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99 EA-6B Prowler USN/USMC/USAF Electronic Warfare/Attack aircraft conducts Suppression of Enemy Air Defenses (SEAD) Based on the airframe of the A-6 Intruder Two engines, intake along the fuselage Large sensor pod at top of vertical stabilizer Two pilots, two NFOs Click on picture for larger image Return to previous menu

100 EA-6B Prowler Engine Intakes Sensor Pod Return to previous menu Click for Picture

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102 E-2C Hawkeye USN Principally an Air Defense/Command and Control platform Large rotating radar above fuselage Two turboprop engines Same airframe as C-2 Greyhound Four vertical stabilizers Typically two pilots and three NFOs Click on picture for larger image Return to previous menu

103 E-2C Hawkeye Rotating Radar Dome Twin engine Return to previous menu Click for Picture

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105 C-2 Greyhound USN Carrier Onboard Delivery (COD) for logistics support Same airframe as the E- 2C without the rotating radar Configured to carry passengers and cargo Typically two pilots. Click on picture for larger image Return to previous menu

106 C-2 Greyhound Twin engine Return to previous menu Click for Picture

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108 S-3B Viking USN Designed for ASW, principally an aerial tanker Decommissioning, all east coast squadrons are gone, west coast will be gone by 2009 Two engines set on the wings Capable of flying with two pilots and two aircrew, now only flies with two pilots. Click on picture for larger image Return to previous menu

109 S-3B Viking Engines Return to previous menu Click for Picture

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111 C-130 Hercules USAF/USN/USMC Multimission aircraft capable of cargo, aerial refueling, general transport, electronic warfare, attack Four engine High wing Two pilots plus air crew Click on picture for larger image Return to previous menu

112 C-130 Hercules 4 Turboprop engines High wing on fuselage Return to previous menu Click for Picture

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114 MV-22 Osprey USMC/USAF Troop transport Two rotating propellers/rotors that transition it from a VTOL to conventional flight Two pilots plus aircrew Click on picture for larger image Return to previous menu

115 MV-22 Osprey Two rotating engines Return to previous menu Click for Picture

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117 P-3C Orion USN Maritime Patrol Aircraft (ASW/ASUW) Upgrades have made some capable of performing land attack missions Four turboprop engines on a low wing MAD boom coming off of the empennage Two pilots plus aircrew Click on picture for larger image Return to previous menu

118 P-3C Orion Low Wing on fuselage MAD Boom at end of empennage 4 Engines Return to previous menu Click for Picture

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120 EP-3 Aries II USN Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance aircraft Shore-based Same airframe as P-3 without MAD boom, and with the addition of radars and sensor equipment Two pilots and a large aircrew. Click on picture for larger image Return to previous menu

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122 CH-46 Sea Knight USMC Troop transport Twin counter-rotating rotor design To be replaced by the MV-22 Osprey Two pilots plus aircrew Click on picture for larger image Return to previous menu

123 CH-46 Sea Knight Twin rotor arrangement Return to previous menu Click for Picture

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125 MH/CH-53E Sea Dragon/Stallion USN/USMC/USAF Multimission helicopter USN – MH-53E Cargo, Mine warfare USMC – CH-53E Cargo/Troop transport Seven-bladed main rotor CH-53E has external fuel tanks mounted outboard of the landing gear MH-53E has larger landing gear housing which encloses fuel tanks. MH/CH-53E have three engines. Two pilots plus aircrew. Click on picture for larger image Return to previous menu

126 MH/CH-53 Sea Dragon/Stallion 7-bladed main rotor Large tail boom and rotor MH-53 CH-53 Return to previous menu CH-53E MH-53E

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129 F-35 Lightning II USN/USMC/USAF Multi-mission fighter attack aircraft Three different versions –F-35A – USAF –F-35B – USMC –F-35C – USN C version is larger than A/B versions B version is capable of vertical take-off/landing Single engine One pilot Click on picture for larger image Return to previous menu

130 F-35 Lightning II Aft “leaning” vertical stabilizers Outboard angled vertical stabilizers Single engine VTOL Hatch Return to previous menu Click for Picture

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132 F-22 Raptor USAF Fighter with strike capability Twin engine Twin intake Twin vertical stabilizers 1 pilot Click on picture for larger image Return to previous menu

133 F-22 Raptor Twin engines Outboard angled vertical stabilizersForward “leaning” vertical stabilizers Return to previous menu Click for Picture

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135 F-15 Eagle USAF Air superiority fighter with strike capability Twin engine Twin air intake Twin vertical stabilizers Single pilot Click on picture for larger image Return to previous menu

136 F-15 Eagle Twin vertical Stabilizers Twin engines Twin intake Return to previous menu Click for Picture

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138 F-16 Fighting Falcon USAF Fighter with strike capability Single vertical stabilizer Single engine and intake Single pilot Click on picture for larger image Return to previous menu

139 F-16 Fighting Falcon Single vertical stabilizer Single engine intake Return to previous menu Click for Picture

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