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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.

Fixed Wing[edit | edit source]

A - Attack[edit | edit source]

C - Cargo[edit | edit source]

E - Electronic Warfare[edit | edit source]

F - Fighter[edit | edit source]

M - Multi-Purpose[edit | edit source]

N - Special Test, permanent[edit | edit source]

P - Patrol[edit | edit source]

R - Reconnaissance[edit | edit source]

T - Trainer[edit | edit source]

U - Utility[edit | edit source]

X - Experimental[edit | edit source]

Rotary Wing[edit | edit source]

A - Attack[edit | edit source]

C - Cargo[edit | edit source]

H - Rescue (Help)[edit | edit source]

M - Multi-role[edit | edit source]

S - Anti-submarine Warfare[edit | edit source]

T - Trainer[edit | edit source]

  • 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[edit | edit source]

V - VIP Transport[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]


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