I have the magazine called Aircraft illustrated and it has a couple of pages in it all about "The Last Cat Fight". and it tells of the Tomcatter's last ever combat mission. This was in April's edition and you can order back issues.
May I just put in a very small quote from the end of the story in the magazine
The New Year brought fewer opportunities for Iraq and myriad `Sea dragon' sorties. With the `TR's time on station drawing to a close at the end of the first week of February, a VF-31 Tomcat flown by Lt Bill Frank dropped a single GBU-38 in support of Coalition troops in contact with insurgent forces near Balad on the 7th: "We were called on to drop,and that's what we did. but what's more important is the work of the sailors who made it possible. They have worked so hard during this cruise to make every Tomcat operational.
Fittingly, this solitary JDAM was dropped on what proved to be CVW-8's final mission over Iraq. The last F-14 to land back aboard `TR' was VF-213's ` Lion 204', flown by the air wing's commander, and veteran Tomcat pilot, Capt William Sizemore. The aircraft trapped back aboard the CVN-71 at 00.35hrs on the morning of 8th February 2006, thus bringing to an end a famous chapter in naval aviation history. As if preordained, the tomcat had gone out still `swinging punches'.