Everyone remembers the F-14. After all those aerial sequences in Top Gun, how could we not? Though the Tomcat has been phased out by the U.S. Navy, leaving those ones shipped to Iran just before that late-1970s unpleasantness as the only ones in active service, it's not hard to find them on display across the United States. This one sits on the grounds of Seattle's Museum of Flight, and mostly gets rained on.
It looks a lot less menacing from this angle, I think.
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