Skyraider A-1H, Paper Tiger II, Special Ordnance
In October 1965, to highlight the dropping of the six millionth pound of ordnance, Commander Clarence J. Stoddard of Attack Squadron 25 (VA-25), flying an A-1H "Paper Tiger II", dropped a special, one-time only, object in addition to his other munitions – a toilet.
The toilet was a damaged toilet, which was going to be thrown overboard. One of the plane captains of VA-25 saved it and the ordnance crew made a rack, tailfins and nose fuse for it. The plane was piloted by X/O Cdr. Clarence W. Stoddard, wingman was LCdr. Robin Bacon. When the "sani-flush-bomb" was dropped, it almost hit LCdr. Beacon's plane due to its light weight.
Cdr. Bill Stoddard (now C/O) was shot down and killed by SAMs over North Vietnam on 14 September 1966, flying with VA-25 from the USS Coral Sea (CVA-43).
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Photo Source: US Navy