Naval Aviation News - August 1993 - Assignments of Women
Front Cover, Naval Aviation News, August 1993: This Bob Lawson photo captures a Vand PublicationD flown by Capt. Steve Ganyard and WSO Capt. Todd Kemper as they begin a pop-up, roll-in maneuver in their missile-laden Hornet over Owens Valley, Calif.
Back Cover, Naval Aviation News, August 1993: ANA Photo Contest winner by David Skepner.
Naval Aviation News, Flagship Publication of Naval Aviation
Oldest U.S. Navy Periodical, Volume 75, No. 5, July-August 1993
- 1992 Year in Review
- Enlisted Aviation Series - Aviation Ordnanceman
- Navy Expands Assignments of Women
- Rafale Undergoes Testing at Lakehurst
- A Unique Role in Desert Storm
- Surviac - A Joint Service Survivability Resource
- Naval Aviation in WW II: Fighter Tactics in WW II
- Aviation History and Publication Director Retires
- NANews Editor Ends Four-Year Reign
- Flight Line
- Grampaw Pettibone
- Professional Reading
- ANA Bimonthly Photo Competition
- Flight Bag
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