The Sound Of 22 F-14 Tomcats Doing a Low Fly By is Amazing!

It entered service in 1974 and it was one of the most advanced aircraft ever to grace the skies, it was the Grumman F-14 Tomcat, an aircraft whose twin-engines provided it with supersonic speed thru the help of the variable-sweep wing design.
Over the years, it reached its greatest popularity when it was featured in the movie Top Gun, where the best pilots of the U.S. Air Force were training with them to make sure that nobody else will rule the skies.
After an amazing 32 years of service, it stepped down to make room for its replacement, made by Boeing the F/A-18E/F Super Hornet but today we found a video of them as the last salute to the amazing aircraft.
In the video we see a whole fleet of 22, VF-31 and VF-213 aircraft, last of the tomcats as they perform the End of cruise fly off.
The entire ship appears to be outside for the spectacle and everybody is ecstatically cheering them on as they fly over their heads in this video that makes you say, “‘Murica Fuck Yeah”.