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USN) (Below) An RA-5C (BuNo 149299)of RVAH-12 Speartips takes on fuel from a KA-6D tanker (BuNo 151795) of VA-65 Tigers. Both squadrons were attached to USS INDEPENDENCE (CVA-62) in May of 1973. The KA-6D has a 42X series nose number, while the A-6A used the 400 series. (USN via Bill Cuddy) (Left)This RA-5C (BuNo 149289)of RVAH-6Fleurs at NAS Albany prior to the squadron's deployment aboard USS CONSTELLATION (CVA-64) in May of 1966. The 7XX nose number series was selected becausethe embarkedVAH squadron was using the 6XX series.
These aircraft were usually camouflaged for overland operations. A new role for HS squadrons came about during 1971 with the establishment of HS-15, both to conduct training and to supply DETs aboard Sea Control Ships. Established in October of 1971, HS-15 deployed in January of 1972 aboard USS GUAM (LPH-9) to (Above) This SH-3A Sea King (BuNo 152113) of HS-2 Red Falcons at NAS Imperial Beach in May of 1971, carries a Stars and Stripes Flag marking in place of the side number (405), which is partially visible on the nose.
CVW-8 had previouslydeployed aboard USS SHANGRI-LA (CVA-38)and was now preparingfor a cruise aboard USS AMERICA (CVA-66). (USN) (Above) Aflightof A-7Es of VA-22 Fighting Red Roosters join on a KA-6D (BuNo 151810) of VMA(AW)-224 for a practice refueling session. Both unitsdeployed in Novemberof 1971, returning in July of 1972. (USN via Bill Cuddy) (Below) Three A-7As (BuNo 152685 in foreground) of VA-86 Sidewindersfly formation near NAS Cecil Field in August of 1967. VA-86 had just converted from the A-4E and were scheduled to deploy with CVW-7, however, they were reassigned to CVW-15 (tail code 'NL') aboard USS CORAL SEA (CVA-43).