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Tag: Boeing EA-18G Growler

VX-9 EA-18G crew RTBs blined and frozen after Growler's ECS failed in flight
Flying blind, the EA-18G crew relied on a Garmin watch for navigation back to Whidbey Island. Breathing on oxygen from emergency equipment, they almost ran out of air by the time they landed Crew members of a U.S. Navy EA-18G assigned to Air Test and Evaluation Squadron Nine (VX-9) were injured when their jet’s environmental control system (ECS) failed during...
Engine component failure behind last month RAAF EA-18G incident at Nellis
“We are confident we have identified what we think is the likely cause,” RAAF Group Capt. Tim Alsop Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) Group Capt. Tim Alsop told Las Vegas Review-Journal that “a particular component failure” on one of the engines of EA-18G had a role to play in the fire at Nellis Air Force Base (AFB) on Jan. 27,...
Japan could buy EA-18G Growler electronic-warfare aircraft to boost its Anti-Access/Area Denial strategy
Japan's Defense Ministry plans to officially put in a request to buy these specialized aircraft in the Mid-Term Defense Program at the end of the year. Once approved, the acquisition will take place between 2019 to 2023 According to the Nikkei, Tokyo is taking a look at getting electronic-warfare (EW) aircraft and Boeing’s EA-18G Growler is one of the options being...
And here's the "special" (and already sold out)  EA-18G Growler sky "art" Christmas ornament
The U.S Navy EA-18G crew that made penis "skydrawing" last month has been given administrative punishment by Vice Adm. Mike Shoemaker during a Nov. 22 hearing before a Field Naval Aviator Evaluation Board The curious main image of this post shows the "special" (and already sold out) PLANEFORM EA-18G Growler Sky 'Art' Christmas Ornament. Noteworthy as reported by The San Diego Union-Tribune...
According to the first results of the investigation the accident could have been caused by a frigid weather along with the routine washing of the aircraft A canopy explosion experienced on Dec. 16, 2016 by a Boeing EA-18G assigned to Electronic Attack Squadron (VAQ) 132 Scorpions was behind the temporary grounding of the U.S. Navy entire fleet of Growler and...

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