Not sure if this is exactly what you're looking for, but there's a pretty comprehensive list of USAF planes deployed for Desert Storm here on Wikipedia, including deployment dates and airbases. There's also a really useful site showing all US aircraft carriers and their air wings going back to about 1950. The carriers deployed for the Gulf War were USS Saratoga (CV-60), USS America (CVA-66), USS John F. Kennedy (CV-67), USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN-71), USS Midway (CV-41), and USS Ranger (CV-61). Click on the carrier you want, then scroll down to the correct date.
Information on the Iraqi equipment is harder to find. In googling around researching this post, however, I stumbled on this document (PDF), which seems to be a translation of a report on the Gulf War written by Iraq after the war. Skimming through it, it looks like it has some fairly detailed info on the deployment, numbers, and types of Iraqi planes during the war. (Here's the index page it came from, with a link to the original document in Arabic as well.)
Also, globalsecurity.org has a page showing numbers of planes in the IrAF, though not where they were deployed. Another page on the air defense system also gives approximate locations for the Iraqi sector operations centers (SOC) and intercept operations centers (IOC), which were prime targets in the attacks on the opening night.
I've recently read a fair amount about the Gulf War, so this kind of thing has been on my mind a bit...
Edit: Added the two other carriers to the list.
< Message edited by Amnectrus -- 4/14/2018 11:04:38 PM >