Deland Naval Air Station Museum
The Navy is making the F-14, one of only 400 in existence, available for display by the museum. The jet fighter was manufactured in 1981.
Specs: The aircraft is a supersonic, twin-engine, variable sweep wing, two-place strike fighter manufactured by Grumman Aircraft Corp., according to a U.S. Navy Web site. Tomcats are remaining in service until 2007; by then they will have all been replaced by the F/A-18 E/F Super Hornet.
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Historic Fighter Plane
January 6th, 1946- Deland Sun News
Navy Ship Engines (these things are BIG)
Navy Ship being renovated
I also heard about the Sea Scouts. This a branch of the BSA and can get you ready for the U.S. Navy or other activities in the water.