The F/A-18 Hornet all-weather aircraft, is used as attack aircraft and a fighter. In the combat mode, the F/A-18 is used primarily as a fighter escort and fleet air defense, in its attack mode, which is used for force projection, interdiction and close air support and deep.
All-weather fighter and attack aircraft. The F/A-18 Hornet is a single seat in the nation's first strike in combat. It was designed for traditional applications such as interdiction strike and close air support without compromising its ability to fight. With its excellent fighter and self-defense capabilities, the F/A-18 at the same time increases the survival of the mission of the strike and supplements the F-14 Tomcat in fleet air defense.
F/A-18 Hornets are currently operating in 37 tactical squadrons from air stations worldwide, and 10 carriers. Blue U.S. NavyAngels Flight Demonstration Squadron proudly flies. The Hornet strike force includes aviation for seven foreign customers including Canada, Australia, Finland, Kuwait, Malaysia, Spain and Switzerland.