Naval Aviation News Magazine Collection
Published monthly by Chief of Naval Operations and Bureau of Naval Weapons to disseminate data on aircraft training and operations, space technology, missile, rocket and other aviation ordnance developments, aeronautical safety, aircraft design, power plants, aircraft recognition, technical maintenance and overhaul procedures.
Naval Aviation News Magazine Archives
Media Representative aboard a super-carrier; Lockheed's P3V Orion becomes operational; The Navy-managed twin-tandem, ducted-propeller research design; Evolution of Carriers
Astronaut Schirra; 60th Anniversary of the modern destroyer; An international air event is described by Cmdr. Edward L. Barker, USNR; Constellation and Lexington switch ocean areas of operation; Fixed and moving base simulators prepare men for duty at NASA
CVA-63, USS Kitty Hawk; With speed, efficiency and effectiveness, Naval Aviation flexes its powerful wings during the Cuban Missile crisis; Gramps of NANews reaches his twentieth anniversary; new aircraft service markings
The Navy's first jet jockeys; The tactical air observer in action; Grumman's A-6A Intruder and E-2A Hawkeye are shown during carrier trials on the USS Enterprise; Crew One of VW-11; The missile build-up in Castro's Cuba.
Exercises and training make the Sixth Fleet a sharp, potent force; Veteran squadron phases easily into new supersonic operations; the Navy's Hurricane Hunters; Project Magnet; The Navy's Photographic Center
NANews embarks on a series of articles designed to explain how the Standard Navy Maintenance and Material Management (3-M) System and the three levels of maintenance concept will assure that aviation maintenance will never be the same again; AT SEA WITH THE CARRIERS
Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara discusses what's ahead for aviation in the Navy and Marine Corps; The proposed reorganization of the Department of the Navy; Vietnam's Air Cofat; action on the flight deck; Fashions for the Flight Deck; AT SEA WITH THE CARRIERS
Naval Air Reserve have been in the wings for 50 years; East Coast squadron gets the E-2A Hawkeye; Navy and the Air Force are partners in aircraft storage; AT SEA WITH THE CARRIERS
The airborne Samaritans of the U.S. Coast Guard; A new camera mount enables photographers to take motion pictures from helicopters; Naval Air Technical Services Facility; AT SEA WITH THE CARRIERS
USS Enterprise's arrival at a new home port after her first combat tour off Vietnam had special significance for everyone concerned—and especially for crew members' wives and families.
PHCS(AC) Bob Lawson filmed VF-43 Lieutenants "Wheels" Lyon (inside) and "Gabby" Gabriel (in lead aircraft) climbing for altitude in their T-38As on ACM mission with CVW-6 aircraft at MCAS Yuma, Ariz.
JOC Bill Bearden of NA News' staff photographed Lt. Judy Neuffer, flight helmet in hand, along a windy NAS Patuxent River runway, front. Judy is featured with other ladies in this month's coverage of Women in Naval Aviation, beginning on page 8.
Cdr. R. Rausa filmed VA-127's Rocco Walker, upper right, eyeballing a VA-113 A-7, lower left, during DACM hop. See feature beginning on page 17.
Bob Lawson photographed the VF-124 Tomcat reflected in mirror landing system at NAS Miramar, front. Landing craft emerge from well deck of USS Coronado, back, during mock invasion exercise.
NANews Art Director Charles Cooney captured the critical elements of the Battle of Midway in marking its 50th anniversary. U. S. Naval Aviation came of age as a decisive force 50 years ago during the Coral Sea and Midway battles, which we commemorate in this issue.
Two VFA-136 FA-18C Hornets escort a VAW-121 E-2C Hawkeye off the coast of Oman (Photo by Cdr. John Leenhouts).
Shooter Lt. Robin A. Erichsen prepares an A-6 Intruder for launching from the flight deck of Forrestal (AVT-16) off the coast of Florida.
The tail gunner braces himself as he covers the U-boat's deck with his Browning automatic rifle to prevent manning of the German's deck gun while the blimp maneuvered for another bombing run.
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.
Rick Mullen, Malibu, Calif., received honorable mention in the bimonthly ANA Photo Contest with this refueling shot of HMH-769 RH-53Ds and an HC-130 of the California Air National Guard's 129th ARS over Arizona.
50 Years of AirLant; The Jolly Rogers with the White House Touch; Enlisted Aviation Series: Aircrew Survival Equipment man.
A crew member of Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71) receives a "Welcome Home!" after the carrier's return from a six-month Med cruise
Hank Caruso's Aerocatures Sketch-book—USNTPS 50th Anniversary. TAMPS—Windows on the Future. Flight Bag and Change of Command.
Art Director Charles Cooney designed this montage of WW II Naval Aviation News covers, which represents the finale of our Naval Aviation in WW II Series.
NANews Assistant Editor J02 Jerry Knaak shot this HCS-4 HH-60H Seahawk hoisting a rescue swimmer out of the water during a SAR training exercise off NS Roosevelt Roads, P.R.