The Naval Strike and Air Warfare Center (NSAWC) at NAS Fallon, Nevada is using E-2Cs in their Top Gun programme too. This Hawkeye was assigned to that unit in 2010, but stored at 309th AMARG since July 2013.
A fine US Marine Corps baby Hornet of Marine Fighter Attack Squadron (VMFA) 115 "Silver Eagles", armed with AIM-7 Sparrow (a medium-range semi-active radar homing air-to-air missile) during its Top Gun course with the NSAWC at Fallon.
A Marine Fighter Attack Squadron (VMFA) 314 "Black Knights Hornet finding a parking spot at the busy platform of NAS Fallon during a NSAWC Top Gun course. The squadron is now operating, as the very first USMC unit, the F-35C Lightning II.
A PC-7 of the 131(EMVO)sq based at Woensdrecht air-to-air over the southern part of the Netherlands. EMVO is the Dutch abbrivation of Elementaire Militaire Vlieger Opleiding (Basic/Elementary Military Pilot Training).
This former 65th Aggressor Squadron (AGRS) of the 57th Wing was transferred from Nellis AFB (NV) to the California Air National Guard at Fresno late 2013, early 2014. The aircraft continued to fly with the striking aggressor colours, including bort number 80, with the 194th Fighter Squadron.
An E-2C of the Naval Strike and Air Warfare Center (NSAWC) "Top Gun" used for adversary training. The NSAWC trains 4-6 Air Intercept Controllers in each class on advanced command, control, and combat communication skills. They are completely integrated into the course and participate in most of the training missions. These "AIC" students, some of whom are E-2C/D Hawkeye Naval Flight Officers, go back to their Carrier Air Wings after graduation and are given the responsibility of training all the air controllers and fighters in their Carrier Strike Groups in the art of air intercept control.