A mainstay of Carrier Aviation, VF-14 Would split from their longtime sister squadron VF-616 “Gargoyles” at the turn of the century. Leading Carrier Air Wing 23 aboard the OFS Barbet, the Snakes would deploy on a cruise to Usea in 2005, to protect Osean interests in the region from the ongoing conflict in the region.
During the Circum-Pacific War, the Squadron was still in its training phase and was relegated to shore duty, while their Carrier would be lost in the conflict. CVW-23 would transfer aboard the surviving OFS Hubert until 2015 with the commissioning of the OFS Barbet, another Hubert-class Supercarrier. During the Lighthouse War, VF-14 Would transfer along with other CVW-23 Elements aboard OFS Vulture, participating in various combat missions during the conflict.
Today, the Snakes exist as a relic, one of the final F-14B squadrons in the fleet, as well as a pending unit closure may make this storied Squadron a thing of history.