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October 1985

  • Resurrecting the Douglas A-4 Skyhawk
  • Desert Ace Hans Marseille
  • Flying the Vultee Vengeance in Combat

January 1989

  • Top Gun at Twenty
  • The Real Stuff for the Right Stuff
  • Flying the operational B-1B

July 1991

  • The Douglas A-4 Skyhawk
  • The Finest Attack Aircraft

Manuals & Photos

  • A-4A/B/C Operating Prodecures 1963
  • A-4D Flight Handbook 1962
  • A-4D Operating Procedures 1961
  • A-4D-2N Flight Handbook 1959
  • A-4G Flight Manual 1971
  • A-4M Flight Manual 1971
  • TA-4F Pocket Checklist 1978
  • TA-4F/J Flight Manual 1992
  • Over 500 A-4 Skyhawk photos

Douglas A-4 Skyhawk

General Characteristics

  • Crew: one (two in OA-4F, TA-4F, TA-4J)
  • Length: 40 ft 3 in (12.22 m)
  • Wingspan: 26 ft 6 in (8.38 m)
  • Height: 15 ft (4.57 m)
  • Wing area: 259 ft² (24.15 m²)
  • Airfoil: NACA 0008-1.1-25 root, NACA 0005-0.825-50 tip
  • Empty weight: 10,450 lb (4,750 kg)
  • Loaded weight: 18,300 lb (8,318 kg)
  • Max. takeoff weight: 24,500 lb (11,136 kg)
  • Powerplant: 1 × Pratt & Whitney J52-P8A turbojet, 9,300 lbf (41 kN)

Performance

  • Maximum speed: 585 kn (673 mph, 1,083 km/h)
  • Range: 1,700 nmi (2,000 mi, 3,220 km)
  • Combat radius: 625 nmi, 1,158 km, 719 mi ()
  • Service ceiling: 42,250 ft (12,880 m)
  • Rate of climb: 8,440 ft/min (43 m/s)
  • Wing loading: 70.7 lb/ft² (344.4 kg/m²)
  • Thrust/weight: 0.51
  • g-limit: +8/-3 g

Armament

  • Guns: 2× 20 mm (0.79 in) Colt Mk 12 cannon, 100 rounds/gun
  • Hardpoints: 4× under-wing & 1× under-fuselage pylon stations holding up to 9,900 lb (4,490 kg) of payload
  • Rockets:
    • 4× LAU-10 rocket pods (each with 4× 127 mm Mk 32 Zuni rockets)
  • Air-to-air missiles:
    • 4× AIM-9 Sidewinder
  • Air-to-surface missiles:
    • 2× AGM-12 Bullpup
    • 2× AGM-45 Shrike anti-radiation missile
    • 2× AGM-62 Walleye TV-guided glide bomb
    • 2× AGM-65 Maverick
  • Bombs:
    • 6× Rockeye-II Mark 20 Cluster Bomb Unit (CBU)
    • 6× Rockeye Mark 7/APAM-59 CBU
    • Mark 80 series of unguided bombs (including 3 kg and 14 kg practice bombs)
    • B43 nuclear bomb
    • B57 nuclear bomb
    • B61 nuclear bomb
  • Others:
    • up to 3× 370 US gallons (1,400 L) Sargent Fletcher drop tanks (pylon stations 2, 3, 4 are wet plumbed) for ferry flight/extended range/loitering time

Avionics

  • Bendix AN/APN-141 Low altitude radar altimeter (refitted to C and E, standard in the F)
  • Stewart-Warner AN/APQ-145 Mapping & Ranging radar (mounted on A-4F, also found on A-4E/N/S/SU)

Original production variants

  • XA4D-1 – Prototype (pre-1962 designation)
  • YA4D-1 – (YA-4A, later A-4A): Flight test prototypes and pre-production aircraft (pre-1962 designation).
  • A4D-1 – See A-4A (pre 1962 designation)
  • A4D-2 – See A-4B (pre 1962 designation)
  • A4D-2N – See A-4C (pre 1962 designation)
  • A4D-3 – Proposed advanced avionics version, none built (pre-1962 designation).
  • A4D-4 – Long-range version with new wings; cancelled.
  • A4D-6 – Proposed version, none built. (pre-1962 designation)
  • A-4A – Initial production version, 166 built
  • A-4B – Strengthened aircraft and added air-to-air refueling capabilities, improved navigation and flight control systems, provision for AGM-12 Bullpup missile, 542 built.
  • A-4C – Night/adverse weather version of A4D-2, with AN/APG-53A radar, autopilot, LABS low-altitude bombing system. Wright J65-W-20 engine with 8,200 lbf (36 kN) of takeoff thrust, 638 built.
  • A-4D – Designation not used to avoid confusion with the pre-1962 designation A4D.
  • A-4E – Major upgrade, including new Pratt & Whitney J52-P-6A engine with 8,400 lbf (37 kN) of thrust, strengthened airframe with two more weapon pylons (for a total of five), improved avionics, with TACAN, Doppler navigation radar, radar altimeter, toss-bombing computer, and AJB-3A low-altitude bombing system. Many later upgraded with J52-P-8 engine with 9,300 lbf (41 kN) thrust; 499 built.
  • A-4F – Refinement of A-4E with extra avionics housed in a hump on the fuselage spine (this feature later retrofitted to A-4Es and some A-4Cs), wing-top spoilers to reduce landing roll out, nose wheel steering, and more powerful J52-P-8A engine with 9,300 lbf (41 kN) of thrust, later upgraded in service to J52-P-408 with 11,200 lbf (50 kN), 147 built. Some served with Blue Angels acrobatic team from 1973 to 1986.
  • A-4G – Eight aircraft built new for the Royal Australian Navywith minor variations from the A-4F; in particular, they were not fitted with the avionics “hump”. Subsequently, eight more A-4Fs were modified to this standard for the RAN. Significantly the A-4G were modified to carry four underwing Sidewinder AIM-9B missiles increasing their Fleet Defense capability.
  • A-4H – 90 aircraft for the Israeli Air Force based on the A-4F. Used 30 mm (1.18 in) DEFA cannon with 150 rpg in place of U.S. 20 mm (.79 in) guns. Later, some A-4Es later locally modified to this standard. Subsequently, modified with extended jetpipes as protection against heat-seeking missiles.
  • A-4K – 10 aircraft for Royal New Zealand Air Force. In the 1990s, these were upgraded under Project KAHU with new radar and avionics, provision for AGM-65 Maverick, AIM-9 Sidewinder, and GBU-16 Paveway IIlaser-guided bomb. The RNZAF also rebuilt an A-4C and 10 A-4Gs to A-4K standard.
  • A-4M Skyhawk II – Dedicated Marine version with improved avionics and more powerful J52-P-408a engine with 11,200 lbf (50 kN) thrust, enlarged cockpit, IFF system. Later fitted with Hughes AN/ASB-19 Angle Rate Bombing System (ARBS) with TV and laser spot tracker, 158 built.
  • A-4N – 117 modified A-4Ms for the Israeli Air Force.
  • TA-4F – Conversion trainer – standard A-4F with extra seat for an instructor, 241 built.
  • TA-4G – two trainer versions of the A-4G built new, and two more modified from TA-4Fs.
  • TA-4H – 25 trainer versions of the A-4H. Upgraded with more modern avionics, projected out of service date;2010.
  • TA-4J – Dedicated trainer version based on A-4F, but lacking weapons systems, and with down-rated engine, 277 built new, and most TA-4Fs were later converted to this configuration.
  • TA-4K – Four trainer versions of the above. A fifth, non-flying display example was later assembled in NZ from spare parts.

Upgraded, modified and export variants

  • TA-4E – Two A-4Es modified as prototypes of a trainer version.
  • EA-4F – Four TA-4Fs converted for ECM training.
  • A-4L – 100 A-4Cs remanufactured for Marine Corps Reserves and Navy Reserve squadrons. Fitted with A-4F avionics (including the fuselage “hump”) but retaining J-65 engine and three-pylon wing.
  • OA-4M – 23 TA-4Fs modified for Forward Air Control duties for the Marines in Vietnam.
  • A-4P – Remanufactured A-4Bs sold to Argentine Air Force known as A-4B by the Argentines.
  • A-4Q – Remanufactured A-4Bs sold to Argentine Navy.
  • A-4Y – Provisional designation for A-4Ms modified with the ARBS. Designation never adopted by the U.S. Navy or U.S. Marine Corps.
  • A-4AR Fightinghawk – 36 A-4Ms refurbished for Argentina.
  • OA-4AR Fightinghawk – Refurbished two-seat training version for Argentina.
  • A-4KU – 30 modified A-4Ms for the Kuwaiti Air Force. Brazil purchased 20 of these second-hand and redesignated them AF-1. Now used by the Brazilian Navy on carrier duty.
  • CA-4F – A proposed two seat variant for the Royal Canadian Navy based on the A-4E with a dorsal conformal fuel tank instead of an avionics hump, it was to have replaced the F2H-3 Banshee on HMCS Bonaventure. Canada expressed little interest and so it was never placed in production.
  • TA-4KU – Three trainer versions of the above. Brazil purchased some of these second-hand and redesignated them AF-1A.
  • A-4PTM – 40 A-4Cs and A-4Ls refurbished for Royal Malaysian Air Force, incorporating many A-4M features (PTM stands for Peculiar to Malaysia).
  • TA-4PTM – Unique trainer version for Royal Malaysian Air Force. Converted from A-4C/L airframes with 28″ fuselage plug and second cockpit, similar to TA-4F/J (PTM stands for Peculiar to Malaysia).
  • A-4S – 50 A-4Bs remanufactured for Republic of Singapore Air Force.
  • TA-4S – Seven trainer versions of the above. Different from most TA-4 trainers with a common cockpit for the student and instructor pilot, these were essentially rebuilt with a 28 in (710 mm) fuselage plug inserted into the front fuselage and a separate bulged cockpit (giving better all round visibility) for the instructor seated behind the student pilot.
  • A-4S-1 – 50 A-4Cs remanufactured for Republic of Singapore Air Force.
  • TA-4S-1 – Eight trainer versions of the above. These were designated as TA-4S-1 to set it apart from the earlier batch of seven airframes.
  • A-4SU Super Skyhawk – Extensively modified and updated version of the A-4S-1, exclusively for the Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF), fitted with a General Electric F404 non-afterburning turbofanengine, and modernized electronics.
  • TA-4SU Super Skyhawk – Extensively modified and updated version of the TA-4S & TA-4S-1 to TA-4SU standard.
  • AF-1/1A – Brazilian Navy designation applied to 23 A-4KU and TA-4KU aircraft acquired from the Kuwaiti Air Force.
  • AF-1B/C – Brazilian Navy upgraded version of AF-1/1A by Embraer and AEL Sistemas. Changes from analog to digital avionics, new radar systems, improved communications equipment and weapons.

Argentina

A-4B (A-4P)
  • 142688: National Aeronautics Museum, Moron, Argentina.
  • 142748: Brigada Aerea, Villa Reynolds, Argentina.
  • 142749: Regional Interforce Museum, San Luis, Argentina.
  • 142752: Aerospace Technical Museum, Córdoba, Argentina
  • 142757: Brigada Aerea, Mendoza, Argentina.
  • 142773: Rio Cuarto Material Area, Las Higueras Airport, Argentina.
  • 142803: Córdoba, Argentina.
  • 142855: National Aeronautics Museum, Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • 144915: Naval Headquarters, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
  • 144988: Flying Club, Batan, Argentina.
A-4B (A-4Q)
  • 144882: Espora Naval Aviation Museum, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
A-4C
  • 148438: National Museum of Malvinas, Córdoba, Argentina.
  • 149564: Brigada Aerea Museum, Mendoza, Argentina.
  • 149514: National Aeronautics Museum, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
A-4F
  • 154173: Aerospace Technical Museum, Córdoba, Argentina.
TA-4J
  • 158477: Museo Santa Romana, San Luis, Argentina.

Australia

A-4B
  • 142871: A-4B displayed as A-4G 154906 (885) and from 2007 as A-4G 154903 (882) Fleet Air Arm Museum (Australia), Nowra, New South Wales.
TA-4G
  • 154911: displayed as TA-4G (880) Fleet Air Arm Museum (Australia), Nowra, New South Wales.

France

A-4SU
  • 147797 (928): on display at the French Aerospace Museum in Paris.
  • 145071 (941): stored at the French Aerospace Museum.

Israel

A-4E
  • 149964: Israeli Air Force Museum, Hatzerim Airbase, Beersheba, Israel
  • 150092: Israeli Air Force Museum, Hatzerim Airbase, Beersheba, Israel.
  • 151179: Israeli Air Force Museum, Hatzerim Airbase, Beersheba, Israel.
  • 152050: Israeli Air Force Museum, Hatzerim Airbase, Beersheba, Israel.
  • 152099: Israeli Air Force Museum, Hatzerim Airbase, Beersheba, Israel.
A-4F
  • 155010: Israeli Air Force Museum, Hatzerim Airbase, Beersheba, Israel
A-4H
  • 155254: Israeli Air Force Museum, Hatzerim Airbase, Beersheba, Israel.
  • 155271: Israeli Air Force Museum, Hatzerim Airbase, Beersheba, Israel.
  • 155287: Israeli Air Force Museum, Hatzerim Airbase, Beersheba, Israel.
  • 155289: Israeli Air Force Museum, Hatzerim Airbase, Beersheba, Israel.
A-4N
  • 159816: Israeli Air Force Museum, Hatzerim Airbase, Beersheba, Israel.

Japan

A-4E
  • 151074: U.S. Naval Air Facility Atsugi, Atsugi, Japan.
  • 151095: Penie Medical Center, Tokushima, Japan.
OA-4M
  • 154638: U.S. Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Iwakuni, Japan.

Kuwait

TA4-KU
  • 160210: Kuwaiti Air Force Museum, Kuwait International Airport, Kuwait City, Kuwait.
  • 160211: Kuwaiti Air Force Museum, Kuwait International Airport, Kuwait City, Kuwait.

New Zealand

A-4C
  • 149516: ex-US Navy aircraft that had been upgraded to A-4L configuration and never served in Royal New Zealand Air Force (RNZAF); modified after its delivery to New Zealand to represent an RNZAF A-4K in early configuration; displayed with the spurious serial NZ6207 (the real NZ6207 crashed in 1974), Air Force Museum of New Zealand, Wigram Aerodrome, Christchurch, South Island.
A-4K
  • NZ6201: Classic Flyers Museum, Tauranga Airport, Tauranga, North Island
  • NZ6202: Warbirds and Wheels museum, Wanaka Airport, Wanaka, South Island
  • NZ6204: Ashburton Aviation Museum, Ashburton Aerodrome, Ashburton, South Island
  • NZ6205: Air Force Museum of New Zealand
  • NZ6206: Museum of Transport and Technology, Auckland, North Island
  • NZ6209: New Zealand Warbirds Association Visitor Centre, Ardmore Aerodrome, Auckland
  • NZ6216: Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre, Omaka Aerodrome, Blenheim, South Island
TA-4K
  • NZ6254: Air Force Museum of New Zealand

Singapore

A-4S
  • 142850 (600): Singapore Discovery Centre.
  • 144979 (690): SAFTI Military Institute.
  • 145013 (607): Republic of Singapore Air Force Museum
TA-4S
  • 145047 (651): Republic of Singapore Air Force Museum (forward fuselage section and cockpit).
A-4SU
  • 145073 (929): gate guardian at Republic of Singapore Air Force Museum.
TA-4SU
  • 147742 (900): Republic of Singapore Air Force Museum.

United States

Airworthy
A-4B
  • 142112: Warbird Heritage Foundation, Lake Forest, Illinois.
A-4C
  • 145076: Lonny Ferrin in Houston, Texas.
  • 147669: Thomas Samuelson in Delanson, New York.
  • 147690: A-4L LLC, Anaheim, California.
  • 147696: Michael Galante in Champlin, Minnesota.
  • 147761: A-4L LLC, Anaheim, California.
  • 147768: A-4L LLC, Anaheim, California.
  • 147836: A-4L LLC, Anaheim, California.
  • 148446: A-4L LLC, Anaheim, California.
  • 148509: Warriors and Warbirds Inc., Monroe, North Carolina.
  • 148581: A-4L LLC, Anaheim, California.
  • 148597: Pampa Aircraft Leasing LLC, Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
  • 148602: Pacific Aero Equipment LLC, Bellevue, Washington.
  • 149500: A-4L LLC, Anaheim, California.
  • 149502: Service Air Corps, Dallas, Texas.
  • 149540: Pacific Aero Equipment LLC, Bellevue, Washington.
  • 149591: A-4L LLC, Anaheim, California.
  • 149606 Valiant Air Command Warbird Museum, Titusville, Florida.<
  • 149620: A4 Inc., Idaho Falls, Idaho.
A-4F
  • 155051: Pacific Aero Equipment LLC, Bellevue, Washington.
TA-4F
  • 153469: Pacific Aero Equipment LLC, Bellevue, Washington.
  • 153484: Pacific Aero Equipment LLC, Bellevue, Washington.
TA-4J
  • 152853: Advanced Training Systems International Corp., Mesa, Arizona
  • 153500: Advanced Training Systems International Corp., Mesa, Arizona.
  • 153524: Collings Foundation, Stow, Massachusetts.
  • 153672: Advanced Training Systems International Corp., Mesa, Arizona
  • 158128: Welcome L.A., Monroe, Washington.
  • 158141: Richard Sugden in Wilson, Wyoming.
  • 158486: Pacific Aero Ventures LCC, Bellevue, Washington.
A-4K
  • 154904: Draken International Inc., Lakeland, Florida.
  • 154905: Draken International Inc., Lakeland, Florida.
  • 154908: Draken International Inc., Lakeland, Florida.
  • 155052: Draken International Inc., Lakeland, Florida.
  • 155063: Draken International Inc., Lakeland, Florida.
  • 155069: Draken International Inc., Lakeland, Florida.
TA-4K
  • 157914: Draken International Inc., Lakeland, Florida.
  • 157915: Draken International Inc., Lakeland, Florida.
A-4N
  • 159078: Draken International Inc., Lakeland, Florida.
  • 159530: Draken International Inc., Lakeland, Florida.
  • 159542: Draken International Inc., Lakeland, Florida.
  • 159545: Draken International Inc., Lakeland, Florida.
  • 159805: Draken International Inc., Lakeland, Florida.
  • 159815: Draken International Inc., Lakeland, Florida.
On display
A-4A
  • 137813: National Naval Aviation Museum, NAS Pensacola, Pensacola, Florida.
  • 137814: United States Naval Museum of Armament and Technology, NCC China Lake (North), Ridgecrest, California.
  • 137826: Estrella Warbirds Museum, Paso Robles, California.
  • 139929: USS Hornet Museum, Alameda, California.
  • 139931: Gate guardian at Naval Air Warfare Center Training Systems Division, Orlando, Florida.
  • 139947: Octave Chanute Aerospace Museum at the former Chanute AFB, Rantoul, Illinois.
  • 139953: Hickey Park, Lemoore, California.
  • 139956 (displayed as 142176) : Aviation Wing of the Marietta Museum of History, Dobbins ARB (formerly Atlanta NAS), Atlanta, Georgia.
  • 139968: U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland.
  • 142166: George T. Baker Aviation School, Miami, Florida.
  • 142180: NAS Wildwood Museum, Cape May County Airport, New Jersey.
  • 142200: Alameda Point, former NAS Alameda, Alameda, California.
  • 142219: New England Air Museum, Windsor Locks, Connecticut.
  • 142226: Carolinas Aviation Museum, Charlotte Douglas International Airport, Charlotte, North Carolina.
  • 142227: Western Museum of Flight, Torrance, California.
  • 142230: Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane, Indiana.
A-4B
  • 142094: NAS Lemoore, Lemoore, California.
  • 142100: NAS Fallon, Fallon, Nevada.
  • 142105: Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8076, Hartwell, Georgia.
  • 142106: Naval Air Engineering Station Lakehurst, Lakehurst, New Jersey.
  • 142120: Weapons Survivability Lab, NCC China Lake (North), Ridgecrest, California.
  • 142675: USS Lexington Museum of The Bay, Corpus Christi, Texas.
  • 142678: City of Purdy, Purdy, Missouri/li>
  • 142717: Court House Square, Beeville, Texas.
  • 142741: National Vietnam War Museum, Orlando, Florida.
  • 142761: Selfridge Military Air Museum and Air Park, Selfridge Air National Guard Base, Michigan.
  • 142777: FAA Facility, Nashua, New Hampshire.
  • 142829: HARP, Floyd Bennett Field (former NAS New York), Brooklyn, New York.
  • 142833: Aboard former USS Intrepid (CVS-11), Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum, New York City.
  • 142834: Ropkey Armor Museum, Crawfordsville, Indiana.
  • 142848: Veterans Memorial Park, Ewing Township, New Jersey.
  • 142879: in storage at Flying Leatherneck Aviation Museum at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, California
  • 142905: San Diego Aerospace Museum, San Diego.
  • 142922: Tillamook Air Museum, Tillamook, Oregon.
  • 142928: Pima Air & Space Museum adjacent to Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, Arizona.
  • 142929: USS Lexington Museum, Corpus Christi, Texas.
  • 142940: Shea Field Memorial Grove, former NAS South Weymouth, Weymouth, Massachusetts.
  • 144906: Indiana Military Museum, Vincennes, Indiana.
  • 144930: Proud Bird Restaurant, Aviation Blvd., Los Angeles, California.
  • 145011: Air Zoo, Kalamazoo, Michigan.
A-4C
  • 145067: Plant 42 Heritage Airpark, Air Force Plant 42, Palmdale, California.
  • 145072: Air Victory Museum, Medford, New Jersey.
  • 145082: Veterans Century of Sentries Park, Kenner, Louisiana.
  • 145113: Dick Kleberg Park, Kingsville, Texas.
  • 145122: Donnie Cochran Memorial, Savannah State University, Savannah, Georgia.
  • 145135: Northland Community & Technical College, Thief River Falls, Minnesota.
  • 147702: Pueblo Weisbrod Aircraft Museum, Pueblo, Colorado.
  • 147708: Aviation Museum of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky.
  • 147715: Fort Worth Aviation Museum, Meacham International Airport, Fort Worth, Texas.
  • 147727: Porterville Municipal Airport, Porterville, California.
  • 147733: Arkansas Air & Military Museum, Fayetteville, Arkansas.
  • 147750: Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base New Orleans, New Orleans, Louisiana.
  • 147767: Inde Motorsports Ranch, Willcox, Arizona.
  • 147772: Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, South Carolina.
  • 147787: Battleship Memorial Park, Mobile, Alabama.
  • 147788: NAS Jacksonville Air Park, Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Florida.
  • 147790: stored at Quonset Air Museum, Quonset State Airport (former NAS Quonset Point), North Kingstown, Rhode Island.
  • 147825: Santa Maria Museum of Flight, Santa Maria, California.
  • 148314: National Air and Space Museum, Washington, D.C..
  • 148316: Planes of Fame Museum, Chino, California.
  • 148485: Wall of Honor Veterans Memorial, Bartlesville, Oklahoma.
  • 148490: I-10 rest stop, Santa Rosa County, Florida.
  • 148491: Oregon Air & Space Museum, Eugene, Oregon.
  • 148492: Flying Leatherneck Historical Foundation and Aviation Museum, Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, California.
  • 148500: Illinois Aviation Museum, Bolingbrook, Illinois.
  • 148503: Aerospace Museum of California, Sacramento, California.
  • 148516: Naval Air Station North Island, San Diego, California.
  • 148538: Hickory Aviation Museum, North Carolina.
  • 148543: Virginia Aviation Museum, Richmond, Virginia.
  • 148569: Louisiana Military Museum, Ruston, Louisiana.
  • 148571: Pima Air & Space Museum, adjacent to Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, Arizona.
  • 148572: Cumberland High School, Crossville, Tennessee.
  • 148610: Encinal High School, Alameda, California.
  • 149508: Patriot Park, Covington, Tennessee.
  • 149532: Castle Air Museum, former Castle AFB, Atwater, California.
  • 149547: stored at Planes of Fame in Chino, California.
  • 149563: Pensacola Regional Airport, Pensacola, Florida.
  • 149618: Though the aircraft’s actual identity is unconfirmed, an aircraft marked as 149618 is displayed at Freedom Park in Omaha, Nebraska.
  • 149623: Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum, Charleston, South Carolina.
  • 149635: Mid-America Air Museum, Liberal, Kansas.
  • 149636: Yanks Air Museum, Chino, California.
  • 150586: Air Park, Marine Corps Air Station Yuma, Yuma, Arizona
  • 150598: New Century Air Center (former NAS Olathe), Olathe, Kansas.
A-4E
  • 148613: Oriskany Memorial Park, Oriskany, New York.
  • 149656: National Naval Aviation Museum, Naval Air Station Pensacola, Pensacola, Florida.
  • 149977: Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Post 1419, Hamburg, New York.
  • 150023: Naval Air Museum Barbers Point (former NAS Barbers Point), Kapolei, Hawaii.
  • 150058: Nauticus National Maritime Center, Norfolk, Virginia.
  • 150076 (marked as Blue Angel #1 154180): National Naval Aviation Museum, NAS Pensacola, Pensacola, Florida.
  • 151030: Naval Air Museum Barbers Point (former NAS Barbers Point), Kapolei, Hawaii.
  • 151033: Naval Air Station Key West, Key West, Florida
  • 151036: Veterans Center, Lihue, Hawaii.
  • 151038: Yanks Air Museum, Chino, California.
  • 151064: stored at Planes of Fame in Chino, California.
  • 151186: Naval Air Station Oceana Air Park, Virginia Beach, Virginia.
  • 151194: Pacific Coast Air Museum, Santa Rosa, California.
  • 152061: Naval Air Museum Barbers Point (former NAS Barbers Point), Kapolei, Hawaii.
  • 152070: Evergreen Aviation Museum, McMinnville, Oregon.
  • 152080: National Museum of the Marine Corps, Marine Corps Air Facility Quantico, Triangle, Virginia.
TA-4E
  • 152102: Naval Museum of Armament & Technology, Covington Municipal Airport, Tennessee.
A-4F
  • 154180: Museum of Flight, Seattle, Washington.
  • 154200: Army Airfield Museum, Millville, New Jersey.
  • 154204: Flying Leatherneck Historical Foundation and Aviation Museum, Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, California.
  • 154217 (marked as Blue Angel #4): National Naval Aviation Museum, Naval Air Station Pensacola, Pensacola, Florida.
  • 154977: San Diego Aircraft Carrier Museum, San Diego, California.
  • 154983 (marked as Blue Angel #2): National Naval Aviation Museum, Naval Air Station Pensacola, Pensacola, Florida.
  • 155009: Empire State Aerosciences Museum, Glenville, New York.
  • 155025: NAS Fallon Air Park, Naval Air Station Fallon, Nevada.
  • 155027: Quonset Air Museum, Quonset State Airport (former NAS Quonset Point), North Kingstown, Rhode Island.
  • 155033 (marked as Blue Angel #3): National Naval Aviation Museum, Naval Air Station Pensacola, Pensacola, Florida.
  • 155036: Accomack County Airport, Accomack County, Virginia
  • 155049: Patuxent River Naval Air Museum, Naval Air Station Patuxent River, Lexington Park, Maryland.
TA-4F
  • 154639: Aviation High School, Long Island City, New York.
TA-4J
  • 152861: Cape Girardeau Municipal Airport, Scott City, Missouri.
  • 152867: Valiant Air Command Warbird Museum, Space Coast Regional Airport, Titusville, Florida.
  • 153525: Glenn Martin Aviation Museum, Middle River, Maryland.
  • 153671: Grissom Air Museum, Grissom Air Reserve Base, Peru, Indiana.
  • 153678: Air Classics Museum, Sugar Grove, Illinois.
  • 154291: Historic Aviation Memorial Museum, Tyler, Texas.
  • 154332: Oakland Aviation Museum, Oakland, California.
  • 154338: Kingsville NAS, Kingsville, Texas.
  • 154342: March Field Air Museum, March Air Reserve Base (former March AFB), Riverside, California.
  • 154649: Palm Springs Air Museum, Palm Springs, California.
  • 158073: Fort Worth Aviation Museum, Meacham International Airport, Fort Worth, Texas.
  • 158087: Naval Air Station Corpus Christi, Corpus Christi, Texas.
  • 158090: American Legion, Middlebury, Vermont.
  • 158094: National Naval Aviation Museum, Naval Air Station Pensacola, Pensacola, Florida.
  • 158106: Navy Test Pilot School, Naval Air Station Patuxent River, Maryland.
  • 158137: USS Hornet Museum, former NAS Alameda, California.
  • 158467: Flying Leatherneck Historical Foundation and Aviation Museum, Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, California.
  • 158479: Veterans Memorial Park of Delta County, Gladstone, Michigan.
  • 158490: Naval Air Station Meridian, Meridian, Mississippi.
  • 158512: Estrella Warbirds Museum, Paso Robles, California.
  • 158526: Naval Air Station Meridian, Meridian, Mississippi.
  • 158716: Combat Air Museum, Forbes Field (former Forbes AFB), Topeka, Kansas.
  • 158722: Lexington Museum, Corpus Christi, Texas.
  • 159798: Naval Air Facility El Centro, El Centro, California.
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  • 158148: Quonset Air Museum, Quonset State Airport(former NAS Quonset Point), North Kingstown, Rhode Island.
  • 158182: Wings of Freedom Aviation Museum, Horsham, Pennsylvania.
  • 158195: Museum of Flying, Los Angeles, California.
  • 158430: Sequatchie County Veterans Memorial Park, Dunlap, Tennessee.
  • 159789: Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Fort Worth, Ft. Worth, Texas.
  • 160024: City of Havelock Visitor Center, Havelock, North Carolina.
  • 160031: 12 Civic Center Plaza, Santa Ana, California.
  • 160036: Prairie Aviation Museum, Bloomington, Illinois.
  • 160255: Grenada High School, Grenada, Mississippi.
  • 160264: Flying Leatherneck Historical Foundation and Aviation Museum, Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, California.