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USS John C. Stennis
Ejections & Losses

Date Air Force A'cft Unit / Serial based crashed crew photo seat
19th August 1997
USN
F-14 Tomcat   Fighter Squadron 143
Naval Air Station Ocean, Va
Aboard the USS Stennis. Pilot was recovered immediately astern of the carrier and rescued by a helicopter from Helicopter Antisubmarine Squadron 5 based at NAS Jacksonville, Fla pilot  was accidentally ejected from his aircraft during a landing    
radar intercept officer rescued the from the Tomcat on the flight deck following the pilot's ejection. Engines were still going    
25th June 2000
USN
F‑14A Tomcat 162603
NG 105
VF‑211
USS John C. Stennis
CVN 74
Crashed following catapult launch in Pacific off USS John C Stennis, 1400 M SW of HI, USA ejected recovered half an hour later   Martin-Baker
ejected recovered half an hour later   Martin-Baker
8th March 2002
USN
F-14A Tomcat   Squadron 211
USS John C. Stennis
CVN 74
operating in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. Mishap upon landing on CVN 74 in the Arabian Sea pilot ejected safely recovered   Martin-Baker
RIO ejected safely recovered   Martin-Baker
11th February 2003
USN
EA‑6B
Prowler
161116 
NJ‑567
VAO‑129
USS John C. Stennis
CVN 74
rolled over the side of carrier in Pacific off southern CA, USA ejected safely   Martin-Baker
ejected safely   Martin-Baker
ejected safely   Martin-Baker
29th March 2004
USN
F‑14D Tomcat 164344
NK 1
VF‑31
USS John C. Stennis
CVN 74
Engine problems, crashed in Pacific 2 M W of Point Loma, San Diego, CA, USA on the way to North Island pilot Lt. Dan Komar ejected safely   Martin-Baker
RIO Lt. (jg) Matt Janczak ejected safely   Martin-Baker

Tuesday 20th March 2007

USMC
F/A-18C Super Hornet    
Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 323
"Death Rattlers"
USS John C. Stennis

CVN 74
Crashed into the north Arabian Sea. The carrier was, its aircraft flying ground-attack missions over Afghanistan pilot ejected   Martin-Baker NACES
                 

 

 

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