Aircraft On Display
Notable F-14s preserved at museums and military installations include:
- Bureau Number (BuNo) – Model – Location – Significance
- (R): Signifies an F-14D remanufactured from an F-14A.
- 157982 YF-14A – Cradle of Aviation Museum, Garden City, New York. Prototype #3 Nonstructural Demonstration Testbed
- 157984 F-14A - National Naval Aviation Museum, Naval Air Station Pensacola, Florida. Fifth F-14 manufactured and one of the prototypes used in flight testing. Mounted on pedestal at entrance to museum.
- 157986 F-14A – On display aboard USS Intrepid (CV-11), Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum, Manhattan, New York; 7th Tomcat built, retained as research and development airframe
- 158623 F-14A - Naval Base Ventura County / NAS Point Mugu, California; pedestal mount at Front Gate Airpark
- 158999 F-14A - On display at Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Fort Worth (former Carswell AFB), Texas.
- 159025 F-14A - Displayed aboard USS Yorktown (CV-10), Patriot's Point Naval & Maritime Museum, Mount Pleasant, South Carolina.
- 159829 F-14A - Wings Over the Rockies Air and Space Museum, former Lowry AFB, Denver, Colorado: From VF-211, later used for aircraft maintenance training by Naval Air Reserve Center Denver at Buckley AFB
- 158978 F-14A - USS Midway Museum, San Diego, California
- 159445 F-14A - Naval Station Norfolk (former Naval Air Station Norfolk East Gate Airpark, NAVSTA Norfolk, Virginia.
- 159455 F-14A – NAS Patuxent River, Lexington Park, Maryland; former VX-23 flight test squadron aircraft
- 159600 F-14D(R) – OV-10 Bronco Museum, Fort Worth, Texas. On loan from the National Museum of Naval Aviation, NAS Pensacola, Florida. Nicknamed "Christine", it was the longest-serving F-14 Tomcat in U.S. Navy. Remanufactured from F-14A to F-14D(R) configuration, it was originally built in 1976 and made the final combat deployment/cruise of the F-14 in 2006
- 159610 F-14D(R) - Smithsonian National Air & Space Museum Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center, Chantilly, Virginia. This F-14 was one of those involved in the second Gulf of Sindra incident.
- 159619 F-14D(R) - Florida Air Museum at Sun 'n Fun, Lakeland Linder Regional Airport, Lakeland, Florida
- 159626 F-14D(R) - On display at the Naval Strike and Air Warfare Center, Naval Air Station Fallon, Nevada.
- 159856 F-14A - On display at Naval Air Facility El Centro, California.
- 160382 F-14A - The Museum of Flight south lawn in Tukwila, WA. VF-84 "Jolly Rogers" AJ202. Stationed on the USS Nimitz. This aircraft, as well as several other F-14As from the famous "Jolly Rogers" squadron, appear in the 1980 film The Final Countdown which was filmed on board the USS Nimitz. On loan from the National Museum of Naval Aviation at Pensacola, Florida.
- 160401 F-14A - Fleet Area Control and Surveillance Facility Virginia Capes (FACSFAC VACAPES), Naval Air Station Oceana, Virginia
- 160661 F-14A - U.S. Space and Rocket Center's Aviation Challenge facility in Huntsville, Alabama
- 160666 NF-14A - Western Aerospace Museum, Oakland, California; originally delivered to VF-111 in 1978, subsequently reassigned to NAVAIR test duties, permanently modified for development of follow-on avionics and weapons systems
- 160684 F-14A - Pima Air and Space Museum adjacent to Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, Arizona. Repainted in its original markings as "NL 211" of VF-111 aboard USS KITTY HAWK (CV-63), as this particular aircraft appeared in its initial operational squadron service, circa 1978-1981.
- 160889 F-14A – Pacific Coast Air Museum at Charles M. Schulz – Sonoma County Airport, Santa Rosa, California
- 160898 F-14A – Palm Springs Air Museum, Palm Springs, California
- 160903 F-14A - Mid-America Air Museum, Liberal Mid-America Regional Airport, Liberal, Kansas
- 160925 F-14A - Eisenhower Park, Wakeeney, Kansas
- 161134 F-14A - Valiant Air Command Warbird Museum, Space Coast Regional Airport, Titusville, Florida
- 161141 F-14A - On display at Naval Air Facility Atsugi, Japan.
- 161159 F-14D(R) - On display, National Museum of Naval Aviation, Naval Air Station Pensacola, Florida; completed the last combat flight and the last combat carrier arrested landing (trap) by a U.S. Navy F-14
- 161163 F-14D - Chuck Schumacher Aviation Airpark, Prairie Aviation Museum, Bloomington, Illinois. Depot Level Conversion performed September 1991. Retired as MODEX 205 of Fighter Squadron 213 (VF-213), Black Lions.
- 161422 F-14A - Naval Air Station Wildwood Museum, Cape May County Airport, New Jersey.
- 161426 F-14A - Naval Air Station DeLand Museum, DeLand Municipal Airport, DeLand, Florida
- 161598 F-14A – Tulsa Air and Space Museum, Tulsa, Oklahoma; has VF-41 "Black Aces" markings.
- 161605 F-14A – Wings Of Eagles Discovery Center/National Warplane Museum, Horseheads, New York
- 161611 F-14A - In use as a ground-based training aid, Naval Air Technical Training Center Pensacola, Naval Air Station Pensacola, Florida.
- 161615 F-14A – Combat Air Museum, Topeka, Kansas
- 161620 F-14A - Selfridge Military Air Museum, Selfridge Air National Guard Base, Mount Clemens, Michigan
- 161623 F-14A – Patuxent River Naval Air Museum, Naval Air Station Patuxent River, Lexington Park, Maryland; former VX-23 flight test squadron aircraft
- 161863 F-14A - NAS Jacksonville Heritage Park, Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Florida
- 162591 F-14A - On display at Quonset Air Museum, Quonset State Airport (former Naval Air Station Quonset Point), North Kingstown, Rhode Island.
- 162595 F-14A - On display at Naval Test Wing Atlantic, Naval Air Station Patuxent River, Maryland.
- 162689 F-14A - On display on the flight deck of the USS Hornet (CV-12), USS Hornet Museum, former Naval Air Station Alameda, Alameda, California.
- 162710 F-14A - On display in North Atrium, National Museum of Naval Aviation, Naval Air Station Pensacola, Florida
- 162910 F-14B - Naval Air Station Key West, Florida
- 162912 F-14B - Grissom Air Museum, Grissom Air Reserve Base, Indiana
- 162592 F-14B - Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, Simi Valley, California
- 163893 F-14D - Outdoor static display at main gate, Arnold Engineering and Development Center, Arnold AFB, Tennessee
- 163897 F-14D - On display at the Aerospace Museum of California, McClellan Airfield (former McClellan AFB and current Coast Guard Air Station Sacramento), Sacramento, California.
- 163902 F-14D – Hickory Aviation Museum at Charlotte Douglas International Airport, Hickory, North Carolina, VF-31 Tomcatters aircraft Modex number 107; flew the F-14 retirement ceremony with LCDR Chris Richard and LT Mike Petronis at the controls.
- 163904 F-14D - Pacific Aviation Museum, Ford Island, Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii
- 164342 F-14D - Wings Over Miami Air Museum, Miami, Florida
- 164346 F-14D – Virginia Aviation Museum, Richmond, Virginia; on loan from National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, Florida. Last Tomcat to operationally trap aboard a U.S. Navy aircraft carrier.
- 164601 F-14D – Castle Air Museum at former Castle AFB, Atwater, California.
- 164603 F-14D – Grumman Headquarters, Bethpage, New York. Felix 101 from VF-31 is the last Tomcat to fly in U.S. Navy service. Final flight was from NAS Oceana, Virginia to the American Airpower Museum at Republic Airport Long Island, New York on 4 October 2006 were it was displayed for a year and a half before being moved to Grumman Plant 25.
- 164604 F-14D - NAS Oceana Memorial Park, Naval Air Station Oceana, Virginia. Last F-14 manufactured, assigned to VX-4, later VX-9, at Naval Air Station Point Mugu, California during its operational service and used the callsign "Vandy 1".
- BuNo undetermined F-14A - MODEX 201 of VF-14 is on display at the Empire State Aerosciences Museum in Scotia, New York
- 160694 F-14A - USS Lexington museum, Corpus Christi, TX - Painted with Hi-Vis markings of VF-103 "Jolly Rogers". Aircraft is on loan from the National Museum of Naval Aviation in Pensacola, Florida.
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