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  • Sailors push a T-45C Goshawk training aircraft, assigned to Training Air Wing (TW) 1, on the flight deck of the aircraft carrier USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74) in the Atlantic Ocean, Aug. 24, 2019. The John C. Stennis is underway conducting carrier qualifications in support of Chief of Naval Air Training Command.  U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Ikenna Tanaka (Released)  190824-N-HM296-0089
  • Marine 1st Lt. Matthew Reith performs a preflight inspection of a Navy T-44C Pegasus parked on the flightline aboard Naval Air Station (NAS) Corpus Christi. The T-44C is one of four different aircraft implemented in the Chief of Naval Air Training flight training syllabus. Students going through the advanced portion of flight training fly the T-44C before going on to fly fleet multi-engine and tilt-rotor aircraft.  U.S. Marine Corps photo by 1st Lt. Pawel Puczko (Released)  190723-M-ZA072-1364
  • A U.S. Naval Academy midshipman conducts a simulated T-6B Texan II flight on a newly installed virtual reality trainer at the U.S. Naval Academy during aviation selection night at Dahlgren Hall. In a partnership with Chief of Naval Air Training and Naval Air Warfare Center Training Systems Division, the trainers will give midshipmen selected for aviation programs an opportunity to gain proficiency in T-6B procedures before arriving at flight school. As the undergraduate college of our country's naval service, the Naval Academy prepares young men and women to become professional officers of competence, character, and compassion in the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps.  U.S. Navy photo by Lt. Cmdr. Rick Healey (Released)  200109-N-N0436-1002
  • TH-57 Sea Ranger helicopters assigned to Training Air Wing (TW) 5 sit on the flightline at Naval Air Station Whiting Field in Milton, Fla. TW-5 conducts primary fixed-wing and advanced helicopter training for aviators from the Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, and allied nations.  U.S. Navy photo by Lt. Michelle Tucker (Released)  190604-N-OU681-1028
  • Lt. Cmdr. Scott Urbashich, an instructor pilot assigned to Training Squadron 28 (VT-28), left, and Capt. Trey Hayden, Training Air Wing (TRAWING) 4 Commodore, preflight the last T-6B Texan II in production aboard Naval Air Station (NAS) Corpus Christi. NAS Corpus Christi aquired the plane from Beechcraft, making it the 97th plane in the base's fleet.  U.S. Navy Photo by Anne Booher)  180201-D-OT909-085
  • Lt. Cmdr. Scott Urbashich, an instructor pilot assigned to Training Squadron 28 (VT-28), preflights the last T-6B Texan II in production on February 1, 2018 aboard Naval air Station (NAS) Corpus Christi. NAS Corpus Christi aquired the plane from Beechcraft, making it the 97th plane in the base's fleet.  U.S. Navy Photo by Anne Booher)  180201-D-OT909-080
  • An MH-60S Sea Hawk helicopter from Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron (HSC) 3 combats a fire aboard the amphibious assault ship USS Bonhomme Richard (LHD 6). On the morning of July 12, a fire was called away aboard the ship while it was moored pier side at Naval Base San Diego. The fire continues to be fought into the following day. Bonhomme Richard is going through a maintenance availability, which began in 2018.  U.S. Navy Photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class David Mora Jr. (Released)  200713-N-UV609-1099
  • An MH-60S Sea Hawk helicopter from Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron (HSC) 3 alongside Federal San Diego Firefighters combat a fire aboard the amphibious assault ship USS Bonhomme Richard (LHD 6). On the morning of July 12, a fire was called away aboard the ship while it was moored pier side at Naval Base San Diego. Base and shipboard firefighters responded to the fire. Bonhomme Richard is going through a maintenance availability, which began in 2018.  U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Russell Lindsey (Released)  200713-N-BC658-0234

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