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Sunset falls on the iconic EA-6B Prowler
The USMC deactivated VMAQ-2 “Death Jesters,” the service final electronic attack squadron in a ceremony on Mar. 8, 2019 at Cherry Point Marine Corps Air Station, N.C. sending its EA-6B Prowler jet into retirement. The U.S. Marine Corps (USMC) deactivated Marine Tactical Electronic Warfare Squadron 2 (VMAQ-2) “Death Jesters,” the service final...
USMC last EA-6B Prowlers Return from Final Combat Deployment
"The mission of the Prowler is and always has been to deny, degrade and disrupt the enemy's use of the electromagnetic spectrum. Though this is the final EA-6B deployment, the need for electronic warfare will remain high worldwide in the future," Capt. Robert Ryland, VMAQ-2 The last of the U.S. Marine Corps' remaining EA-6B Prowlers have wrapped up their final mission...
VMAQ-2 is the last EA-6B Prowler squadron
“VMAQ-2′s deactivation in FY19 will mark the end of the EA-6B’s service in the Marine Corps, as well as its continuous employment as a joint tactical Airborne Electronic Attack (AEA) asset,” Capt. Sarah Burns, Marine spokeswoman Following the deactivation of VMAQ-3 last week, the U.S. Marine Corps (USMC) is now left with only one EA-6B squadron. VMAQ-2 is expected to deactivate...
The EA-6B Prowler has supported U.S. Marine Corps and coalition forces worldwide since 1977 As remembered by Cpl. Jason Jimenez, Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, in his article MAG-14 Prowlers fly toward sundown, legacy intact through 40th anniversary, a 1977 newspaper headline read “‘Can do easy’ Marines get their first EA-6B”— highlighting Marine Electronic Warfare Squadron (VMAQ) 2 as the first...

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