The basic role of the TA-4J Skyhawk was a two-place, lightweight, high-performance trainer capable of operating from an aircraft carrier or shore base. The TA-4J Skyhawk entered production in June 1969. It became the longest-serving of the Skyhawks as the US Navy’s standard advanced jet trainer until replaced in the early 1990’s with the T-45A Goshawk.

Did you know the TA-4J Skyhawk max speed is 585 kts (673 mph) with a 1,965 mile range?  How about that our TA-4J on display entered Naval service on May 18th, 1972 with the VT-7 “Eagles” at NAS Meridian, MS, where student aviators completed their advanced jet training.

CLICK HERE = details of the on-display TA-4J Skyhawk aircraft its history, specifications and more.

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