Logging 100,000 hours of flight time in a strike/fighter squadron without a class A mishap is a major achievement. The “Eagles” of Strike Fighter Squadron 115 set the historic milestone on July 3rd while deployed on the aircraft carrier Ronald Reagan that was operating in the Coral Sea area of the South Pacific.

Watch a GREAT Cruise Video below from VFA-115. Check out the landing in the fog at the two minute mark and then the gun being fired at the four minute mark.

On Tuesday, the unit announced that it had recently hit a rare milestone in tactical aviation: 100,000 flight hours without a Class “A” mishap, or an incident causing $2 million or more in damage, permanent disability or fatality. That definition covers all crashes, and a number of ground mishaps as well.