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F/A-18A "Fighting Omars"
on the Flightline

 

F/A-18A Hornet - "Fighting Omars"

 

by John Ellingson


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Introduction

 

"The Fighting Omars" are F/A-18A and B adversary aircraft attached to VFC-12 based at Oceana, Virginia.

 

 

These photographs were taken at the EAA Oshkosh fly-in during 2000. They may be helpful to modelers using the decals for aircraft of the Fighting Omars from Two Bobs Aviation Graphics, although the details will be relevant to anyone building a Hornet.

The images were taken with a Nikon D-1 camera and processed in Photoshop.
 

 

 

Fighting Omars & other Hornets on the Flightline

 

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Canopy details

Hornets on the flightline

Fuselage rail and flap details

Main landing gear

Inlet detail

Nose wheel detail

Omar's Tail

Note the brown fuselage pylon

Starboard wng tip rocket rail

Big sky at Oshkosh

Starboard slat detail

Starboard slat

Cans

VMFA 321 Hornet

VMFA 321 Hornet

 


Text & Images Copyright 2001 by John Ellingson
Page Created 22 November, 2001
Last Updated 19 April, 2004

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