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Clover, Tomcat - Trifolium willdenovii EDIBILITY: Leaves and Seed.
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990710-N-6483G-001 ABOARD USS CONSTELLATION (July 10, 1999) -- Navy Pilot Lieutenant Commander David Burnham and Radar Intercept Officer (RIO) Lieutenant Commander Bruce Defibaugh attached to Fighter Squadron Two (VF-2), bring their F-14D "Super Tomcat" through the sound barrier during an air-power demonstration with USS Constellation (CV 64) battlegroup. US Navy photo by Ensign John Gay. (RELEASED)
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Grumman YF-14A Tomcat. National Museum of Naval Aviation. Pensacola, Florida.
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040626-N-3653A-010 Arabian Gulf (June 26, 2004) - An F-14B Tomcat assigned to Carrier Air Wing Seven (CVW-7) launches from the flight deck aboard the aircraft carrier USS George Washington (CVN 73). The Norfolk, Va. based aircraft carrier and Carrier Air Wing Seven (CVW-7) are on a scheduled deployment in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF). US Navy photo by Photographer's Mate 2nd Class Summer Anderson (RELEASED)
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021017-F-2034C-012 Atlantic Ocean (Oct. 17, 2002) -- An F-14 ÒTomcatÓ heads back to Key West Naval Air Station (NAS) after intense Òdog fightÓ training over the Atlantic Ocean during exercise Cope Snapper 2002. Cope Snapper is a multi-aircraft exercise that engages dissimilar air combat training with on fighter data link and joint operations with the Navy. The members involved in Cope Snapper consist of the 159th Fighter Wing from Louisiana, the 169th AGS McEntire Air National Guard from South Carolina, and the Navy's F/A-18 ÒHornetÓ and F-14 ÒTomcatÓ fighter jets. US Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Shane A. Cuomo. (RELEASED)
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980211-N-1884F-001 Three US Navy F-14B Tomcats from Fighter Squadron 102 patrol the sky over the Persian Gulf on Feb. 11, 1998. The Tomcats are operating off of the aircraft carrier USS George Washington (CVN 73). The Washington battle group is operating in the Persian Gulf in support of Operation Southern Watch which is the US and coalition enforcement of the no-fly-zone over Southern Iraq. Fighter Squadron 102 is deployed to the Washington from Naval Air Station Oceana, Va. DoD photo by Lt. Bryan Fetter, US Navy.
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Grumman F-14D(R) Tomcat. National Museum of Naval Aviation. Pensacola, Florida.
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060619-N-7359L-003 Atlantic Ocean (June 19, 2006) - An F-14D Tomcat assigned to the "Tomcatters" of Fighter Squadron Three One (VF-31), performs a fly by past the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69). For the past 30 years, the F-14 Tomcat has assured US air superiority, playing a key role in ensuring victory and preserving peace around the world. The F-14 Tomcat will be removed from service and officially stricken from the inventory in September 2006. US Navy photo by Photographer's Mate 3rd Class Christopher B. Long (RELEASED)