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tomcat

1. n. a sexually active male; a stud. Old Fred’s getting to be quite a tomcat.
2. in. [for a man] to prowl around searching for sex. Harry was out tomcatting again last night.
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While the remaining aircraft finished landing, it became evident the pilot of the airborne Tomcat was having major problems getting into the refueling basket.
In preparation for landing, the Tomcat pilot pickled a bomb, and all was ready.
The new Super Hornet offers the former Tomcat aircrew a 30-year leap forward in technology and innovation.
The old Tomcat required a lot of "seat of the pants" feel to fly the jet well, as opposed to the Super Hornet, which utilizes control-by-wire technology in which computers analyze stick and throttle positions and send digital commands to the flight control surfaces.
IRIAF Tomcats scored the F-14's first kills a full year before the U.
And Naval Aviation as a whole is undergoing great change, especially with the impending retirement of the F-14 Tomcat and S-3 Viking, which have played a significant role in carrier air wings for more than 30 years.
The Tomcat continued a shallow recovery until it hit the water.
Challenges abound for Tomcat units moving to the Super Hornet.
The aircrew of an F- 14A Tomcat of Fighter Squadron 154 ejected and was rescued following in-flight mechanical problems over Iraq on 1 April.
One of the squadron's Tomcats has a further addition.
The unit later flew the F-8 Crusader, F-4 Phantom II, F-14A Tomcat and finally the F-14B (originally designated F-14A+) Tomcat.
The need for such a capability was identified by an F-14 Tomcat aviator from Carrier Air Group 7, who was on a one-month assignment with the intelligence center at the Army Air Base in Bagram.
The command flies and maintains 25 F/A-18A and 3 F/A-18B Hornets, 7 F-14 Tomcats and 4 SH-60 Seahawk helicopters.
McMasters said, "we have six Tomcats working the ranges day and night.
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