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15-5653 — - Intruder Coming aboard USS George Washington 9-10-1993
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15-5653 —

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Intruder Coming aboard USS George Washington 9-10-1993

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Bill Butler
Ah....a photo of a REAL aircraft!
ken kemper
Joseph..........

What a great experience you had!!
Adam zeliger
It's looks like overshoot.
themold
Looks like a #3 wire trap in the next second. Great shot Joseph!
Thomas Burnett
An A6....Before it was an ...A1?...I'm old and sometimes get designations wrong.
adelma
Now THOSE are speed brakes!! Great shot
Roy Bailey
An Intruder if I ever saw one. Great shot. Thanks
Robert Kap
Great aircraft ! Brought back memories from when I started at Grumman in Production Stock Plant 02 less then 2 years out of high school. I some how wound up being in charge of all parts for final assy 054 dept and 051 engine dept in 1966
on the OV-! Mohawk. But I had 1 A6 Assy for the engine dept and that was the fuel cell. Little did I know then that I would spend just about 30 years with the A-6 in my career as I advanced into management. I met several A-6 pilots over the years and they all loved the plane. It was just great seeing the photo, especially with the TRAM under the front.
Bill Butler
Robert Kap, you mentioned "TRAM". I had the distinct pleasure ? of flying the A-6C in Viet Nam 1970. I could not believe that that version gave birth to the real A-6E.
Doug Zalud
Great shot, Doc!
Ro Gal
Perhaps taken during trials (TSTA) VACAPES?
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