Under the "History" section of this site there is reference to an F-14 ramp strike and crew ejection on July 11, 1994. I was a pilot in VF-51. My stateroom was on the O-3 level right under the "crotch". I watched the mishap live on the ship's closed circuit PLAT TV and will never forget the sound of the scraping metal of the jet going across the deck, above me in my stateroom as we watched.
On the night of July 11th as we made our way across the pond, it was a horrible night for pilots "behind the boat" as the deck was pitching 10 feet in both directions. The pilot, LT "Pig" Arnold, made an unsafe power correction inside the waveoff window, chasing the deck down. When the ship rose back up, he did not have enough power, even at full throttle, to safely waveoff. The RIO - LCRD "Animal" Jennings saw what was coming and he initiated ejection just after the plane impacted the round down of the ship. The plane actually caught a wire and split into two pieces, with engine and back half of the jet left as a burning fireball in the wires. The front half of the jet skidded off of the front of the ship. Animal landed in his chute on the front of the ship next to some parked S-3's. Aside from some minor injuries to his feet due to the landing impact, Animal was fine and flying within a few days. Pig had the unfortunate luck to be brought down in his chute right into the fireball that was burning in the wires. He sustained serious injuries to his hands and neck. He ended up making a full recovery, but never flew Tomcats again.
Here is a video of the mishap from the PLAT camera: