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By Roy A. Grossnick

This quantity contains nearly a hundred and forty histories and different information masking each squadron within the assault (VA) and strike fighter (VFA) groups from the time the firstof those instructions (VA-35) used to be proven in 1934.

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Heishman (acting) LCDR Leo Meacher LCDR Paul N. Gray 28 Aug 03 May 12 Jul 15 Jul 1944 1945 1945 1947 Aircraft Assignment Type of Aircraft The time frame for the squadron’s use of this insignia is unknown. Squadron Insignia and Nickname There is no record of an approval date for VT-98’s insignia. The motto of the squadron was “Parati—in Pace-Aut Bello” (Prepared—in Peace or War). Colors of the insignia were: dark blue background; banners white with red lettering; gold naval aviator wings; light blue crest; yellow sword; white clouds outlined in blue; yellow and gold torch; and black torpedo.

Redesignated Attack Squadron TWO A (VA-2A) on 15 November 1946. Redesignated Attack Squadron FIFTEEN (VA-15) on 2 August 1948. Disestablished on 1 June 1969. The first squadron to be assigned the VA-15 designation. 25 white circular border; lion in gold with brown markings; and the missile and ripples in the water white. This insignia remained with VA-15 until it was disestablished in 1969. Nickname: Valions, mid-1950s–1969 Chronology of Significant Events 10 Jan 1942: Torpedo Squadron FOUR (VT-4) was established aboard Ranger (CV 4) while the ship was in port at Grassy Bay, Bermuda.

1 Aug 1955: With the redesignation of VF-12 to VA12 and the acquisition of a new type of aircraft in December 1955, the F7U Cutlass, the squadron’s mission changed from jet intercept to special weapons attack. 14–27 Nov 1960: VA-12, embarked in Shangri-La (CVA 38), was part of the task force ordered to the coast of Central America to counter the infiltration of Cubans into Guatemala and Nicaragua. 21–27 Nov 1961: VA-12, embarked in Franklin D. Roosevelt, operated off the coast of the Dominican Republic to support the newly established democratic government.

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