VF-111 Sundowners (Shark Teeth) F-14a Model
Relive flying one of the greatest Navy fighter jets in this carefully carved and painted F-14a model of the VF-111 Sundowners. This plane is unique in that it is the only F-14 squadron that would put shark teeth on the radome.
Model is 18 inches in length and has wings that move. It is made of solid wood.
Fighter Squadron 111 (VF-111), also known as the Sundowners, was a fighter squadron of the United States Navy. Originally established as Fighter Squadron 11 (VF-11) on 10 October 1942, it was redesignated as VF-11A on 15 November 1946, redesignated as VF-111 on 15 July 1948 and disestablished on 19 January 1959. On 20 January, another squadron, VF-111 (1956-95) then assumed the designation until its disestablishment in 1995. In November 2006, VFC-13 Detachment Key West was redesignated as VFC-111, taking on the Sundowner insignia and callsign.