; and Commander, Strike Fighter Squadron 146, San Francisco.
What does STRKFITRON stand for?
STRKFITRON stands for Strike Fighter Squadron (US Navy)
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I was attached to Strike Fighter Squadron 113's Line Division on board USS Carl Vinson (CVN-70) during a Western Pacific deployment.
GROUP/SQUADRON NAME: Strike Fighter Squadron (VFA) 2 Bounty Hunters DATE FOUNDED: 1 July 1922 BASED OUT OF: NAS Lemoore CURRENT COMMANDING OFFICER: Cmdr.
Navy sources said the VFA-27, or Strike Fighter Squadron, based in Atsugi is undergoing training in the United States to operate the single-seat Super Hornets.
Selected for command, Captain Rubel underwent six months of F/A-18 training at NAS Cecil Field and reported as Executive Officer, Strike Fighter Squadron 131.
Strike Fighter Squadron 115 (VFA-115) from Naval Air Station Lemoore, Calif.
Nash served in various military leadership roles, including: head of the Strike/Anti-Surface Unit Warfare and Air to Air/Strike Support section on the staff of the Chief of Naval Operations, overseeing budget planning of approximately $18B; executive assistant to the Deputy Commander in Chief, US Naval Forces Europe; and executive and commanding officer, Strike Fighter Squadron 137.
CS2 Brown served with Strike Fighter Squadron (VFA) 137, embarked aboard USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72).