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List of United States naval aircraft

 

List of United States naval aircraft

Naval aviation of the United States.

Naval aircraft used by the United States Navy and the United States Marine Corps. For a list of naval aircraft designated under the pre-1962 United States Navy designation system, see List of military aircraft of the United States (naval). For a list of naval aircraft designated under the post-1962 unified Department of Defence designations, see List of military aircraft of the United States.

Contents

  • Fixed Wing 1
    • A - Attack 1.1
    • C - Cargo 1.2
    • E - Electronic Warfare 1.3
    • F - Fighter 1.4
    • M - Multi-Purpose 1.5
    • N - Special Test, permanent 1.6
    • P - Patrol 1.7
    • R - Reconnaissance 1.8
    • T - Trainer 1.9
    • U - Utility 1.10
    • X - Experimental 1.11
  • Rotary Wing 2
    • A - Attack 2.1
    • C - Cargo 2.2
    • H - Rescue (Help) 2.3
    • M - Multi-role 2.4
    • S - Anti-submarine Warfare 2.5
    • T - Trainer 2.6
    • U - Utility 2.7
    • V - VIP Transport 2.8
  • Lighter than Air 3
  • References 4

Fixed Wing

A - Attack

C - Cargo

E - Electronic Warfare

F - Fighter

M - Multi-Purpose

N - Special Test, permanent

P - Patrol

R - Reconnaissance

T - Trainer

U - Utility

X - Experimental

Rotary Wing

A - Attack

C - Cargo

H - Rescue (Help)

M - Multi-role

S - Anti-submarine Warfare

T - Trainer

  • TH-6B - United States Naval Test Pilot School's test pilot training aircraft. Derived from the MD-369H.
  • TH-57 Sea Ranger - primarily used for training

U - Utility

V - VIP Transport

Lighter than Air

References

  1. ^ "U.S. Navy, Boeing Sign $2 Billion Order for 13 P-8A Poseidon Maritme Patrol Aircraft". August 1, 2013. 
  2. ^ "Boeing Delivers 12th Production P-8A Poseidon Maritime Patrol Aircraft to US Navy". November 1, 2013. 
  3. ^ "Boeing Delivers 18th Production P-8A Poseidon Maritime Patrol Aircraft to U.S. Navy". October 16, 2014. 
  • Navy Fact File
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