Grumman C-2A(R) Greyhound BuNo 162158 of the VRC-40 DET 1 2003 deployment with the USS HARRY S TRUMAN. RAWHIDES 44 OIC LCDR MARK "MAGS" MAGLIN.
Lifting Eagles, the former European based Grumman C-2A Greyhound squadron VR-24 of the US NAVY with BuNo 162158 and 162174 at Prestwik airport. Thanks to Simon Brooke for this nice photo of the two aircrafts.
Grumman C-2A(R) Greyhound BuNo 162174 of the VAW-120 GREYHAWKS on final approach to London, ONT airport in 1990. The C-2A had the old squadron insignia of the VAW-120.
Grumman C-2A(R) Greyhound BuNo 162176 with SOAR WITH THE EAGLES. PAX, PONY, CARGO > ANYTIME, ANYWHERE. This was the "World Biggest Little Airline". Mostly based on the Grumman C-2A Greyhound. Here we see C-2A BuNo 162176 at NAS Rota, Spain. Boerries Burkhardt Collection
Homeguard Landing. VRC-30 Grumman C-2A Greyhound BuNo 162161, Password 32 landing at NAS North Island in 1991. At this time, the aircraft had no squadron insignia on the fuselage. But compared to later days, the VRC-30 lettering was on the engine. The red markings of the rear cargo doors are missing, too.
Grumman C-2A(R) Greyhound BuNo 162161 in this special colors of the VAW-120. The Carrier Airborne Early Warning Squadron 120 had two aircarft in the similar cvolors, but easy to identificate them. BuNo 162161 has only two gray strips at the end of the fuselage and BuNo 162157 had 3 gray strips. Unfournately, except this image from Brandon Thetford I have no other image.
Grumman C-2A(R) Greyhound BuNo 162161 NG-24 of the VRC-30 DET 4 maybe at NAS North Island. Copilot was LCDR R. BUDGE (OIC) in 2003. Boerries Burkhardt Collection