Second VA-155 (U.S. Navy)

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Attack Squadron 155 or VA-155 was an 'Attack Squadron of the U.S. Navy. It was established as Reserve Attack Squadron VA-71E in 1946, redesignated as VA-58A on 1 October 1948, and redesignated Reserve Composite Squadron VC-722 on 1 November 1949. The squadron was redesignated as VA-728 on 1 April 1950, and called to active duty on 1 February 1951. It was ultimately redesignated VA-155 on 4 February 1953, and disestablished on 30 September 1977. Its nickname was Silver Fox from the early 1960s onward. It was the second squadron to be named VA-155, the first VA-155 was disestablished on 30 November 1949, while a third VA-155 was established on 1 September 1987 and disestablished on 30 April 1993.[1]

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Attack Squadron 155
VA-155 squadron patch
Active4 February 1953-30 September 1977
CountryUnited States
BranchUnited States Navy
RoleAttack aircraft
Part ofInactive
Nickname(s)Silver Fox
EngagementsKorean War
Vietnam War
Aircraft flown
AttackA-1 Skyraider
A-4 Skyhawk
A-7 Corsair II
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VA-155 A-4E aboard USS Coral Sea in 1967.