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U.S. Navy EA-18G Growlers integrate with USAF F-16s and bring SEAD mission to the next level
"The EA-18G Growler flies an electronic attack mission using a suite of jamming pods to confuse enemy radars, greatly aiding in our (F-16) block 50's ability to conduct SEAD operations," Capt. Karl Wilson, 14th Fighter Squadron C-flight commander On Sep. 4, 2017, five U.S. Navy EA-18G Growlers, accompanied by more than 200 personnel, traveled across the Pacific Ocean from Naval...
18 fully armed F-16 Fighting Falcon fighter bombers conduct elephant walk exercise at Misawa Air Base
Often an elephant walk takes place right before a Minimum Interval Takeoff  Taken on Sep. 16, 2017 during exercise Beverly Sunrise (BS) 17-07 the cool photos in this post show 18 F-16 Fighting Falcons from the 13th and 14th Fighter Squadron lining the runway during an elephant walk at Misawa Air Base, Japan. Noteworthy BS 17-07 is a simulated deployment to...
“We have done our jobs right if when they have to eject out of the aircraft because a mission went south, and our equipment worked, we saved their life,” Staff Sgt. Faitha Brookins, 35th Operations Support Squadron Delivering sorties takes more effort than throwing on a flight suit and taking off, and those who deal with flights daily understand the importance...
Modern battlefields are characterized by numerous integrated air defense systems and the Wild Weasels provide access to these contested environments In World War II (WWII), air power proved to be a significant and growing threat to ground and naval forces as well as cities and manufacturing centers. This rapidly maturing technology drove the development and early tactical use of radar...

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