The best images of the C-2A

In our modern world, there is the change to see aircraft flying on your device like smartphone, tablet or PC from one to the other destination. What is common in the civil aviation is way diffferent with military planes. First, mostly nowbody should know where the aircaft is flying. But sometimes our little C-2A aircraft has to fly international or must cross civil airspace. For this reason, the use a flight number as well as a squak.

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Here are some screen shots of the C-2A

 

The C-2A(R) BuNo 162148 of the VAW-120 left Norfolk and was flying along the cost line to New York. As they travelled in a very busy civil sector, it was possible to track them as they were like a standard airplane in the IACO world. Using call sign "GRYHK31" - their Modex number is 631 and squak 6511 that was given from the air traffic contoller. I was lucky to catch them flying.

 

C-2A(R) BuNo 162144 from the VR-24 as JM-24 at Frankfurt Rhein Main Airbase at September 28, 1987. Manfred Faber Photo.

 

C-2A(R) BuNo 162144 of the VRC-40 DET 2 in 1993. Boerries Burkhardt Collection.

 

C-2A (R) Grumman Greyhound BuNo 162144

C-2A (R) BuNo 162144 of the VRC-40 in 1997. Interesting would be to know what was written on the tail of this aircraft. Paul Newman Collection.

 

C-2A (R) Grumman Greyhound BuNo 162144

 C-2A(R) BuNo 162144 of the VRC-40 DET 2 "Bush Whackers" onboard of the USS JOHN C STENNIS at the Australian coast in 1998. Rodger Kelly Photo.

 

C-2A (R) Grumman Greyhound BuNo 162144

 C-2A(R) BuNo 162144 of the VRC-40 DET 2 onboard of the USS JOHN C STENNIS at the Australian coast in 1998. Rodger Kelly Photo.

 

C-2A (R) Grumman Greyhound BuNo 162144

 C-2A(R) BuNo 162144 of the VRC-40 DET 2 onboard of the USS JOHN C STENNIS at the Australian coast in 1998. LT BERRY "YOGI". Rodger Kelly Photo.

 

C-2A(R) BuNo 162144 of the VRC-40 with the 50th Anniversary color scheme at Pensacola. Photo by Roland Bergmann http://www.spotterteam-graz.at

 

C-2A(R) BuNo 162144 of the VRC-40 with the 50th Anniversary color scheme at Pensacola. Photo by Roland Bergmann http://www.spotterteam-graz.at

 

C-2A(R) BuNo 162144 of the VRC-40 with the 50th Anniversary color scheme at Pensacola. Photo by Roland Bergmann http://www.spotterteam-graz.at

 

C-2A(R) BuNo 162144 of the VRC-40 with the 50th Anniversary color scheme at Pensacola. Photo by Roland Bergmann http://www.spotterteam-graz.at

 

 

C-2A BuNo 155124 aerial refueling. Image by Grumman

 

C-2A BuNo 155124 from the VR-24 at Germany's Frankfurt Rhein Main Airbase at June 29, 1979. Manfred Faber Photo.

 

C-2A BuNo 155124 of the VR-24 at Germany's Frankfurt Rhein Main Airbase at June 29, 1979. Manfred Faber Photo.

 

C-2A BuNo 155124 JM 24 with the VR-24 at the RAF Mildenhall, U.K. in 1984. Boerries Burkhardt Collection

 

C-2A BuNo 155124 JM 24 with the VR-24 at the RAF Mildenhall, U.K. in 1984. Paul Newman Collection

 

C-2A BuNo 155124 JM 24 with the VR-24 in May 1984. Paul Newman Collection

C-2A(R) 162166 of the VRC-40 at Frankfurt, Germany. September 27, 1988. Manfred Faber Photo.

 

C-2A(R) 162166 of the VRC-40 at Frankfurt, Germany. September 27, 1988. Manfred Faber Photo.

 

C-2A(R) Grumman Greyhound BuNo 162166

C-2A(R) BuNo 162166 from the VRC-30 (AG 40) on the USS George Washinton with the silhouette of the president. Paul Newman Collection.

 

C-2A BuNo 155123 from the VR-24 at Germany's Frankfurt Rhein Main Airbase at June 29, 1979. Manfred Faber Photo.

 

 

C-2A BuNo 155123 , VR-24 / JM-34 at Frankfurt Rhein Main Airbase, June 29, 1979. Still wearing the old classic NAVY's gray and white colors. Manfred Faber Photo.

 

C-2A BuNo 155123 of the VRC-30 in 1986.