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Photo ID 223215 by Thomas Ziegler - Aviation-Media. USA Navy Grumman EA 6B Prowler G 128, 158810
Photo ID 214820 by Paul Varner. USA Navy Grumman EA 6B Prowler G 128, 163890
Photo ID 206138 by Gerald Howard. USA Navy Boeing EA 18G Growler, 168774
Photo ID: 206138
VAQ-131 "Lancers", CVN-77 USS George H. W. Bush
Photo ID 205977 by Gerald Howard. USA Navy Boeing EA 18G Growler, 168774
Photo ID: 205977
VAQ-131 "Lancers", CVN-77 USS George H. W. Bush
Photo ID 205975 by Gerald Howard. USA Navy Boeing EA 18G Growler, 168774
Photo ID: 205975
VAQ-131 "Lancers", CVN-77 USS George H. W. Bush
Photo ID 205974 by Gerald Howard. USA Navy Boeing EA 18G Growler, 168774
Photo ID: 205974
VAQ-131 "Lancers", CVN-77 USS George H. W. Bush
Photo ID 170335 by David F. Brown. USA Navy Grumman A 6E Intruder G 128, 157001
Photo ID: 170335
OPERATION DESERT STORM Homecoming.
Photo ID 161462 by Jaysen F. Snow - Midwest Tail Chasers. USA Navy Grumman EA 6B Prowler G 128, 163890
Photo ID: 161462
VAQ-134 "Garudas", NAS Whidbey Island, Washington. Grumman EA-6B Prowler, on static display the day prior to departing NAS Whidbey Island for its final resting place at Point Mugu, California. Thank you for your faithful service, Prowler!
Photo ID 161461 by Jaysen F. Snow - Midwest Tail Chasers. USA Navy Grumman EA 6B Prowler G 128, 163890
Photo ID: 161461
VAQ-134 "Garudas", NAS Whidbey Island, Washington. Grumman EA-6B Prowler, the last in the active United States Navy fleet, departs NAS Whidbey Island for its final resting place at Point Mugu, California. Thank you for your faithful service, Prowler!
Photo ID 161460 by Jaysen F. Snow - Midwest Tail Chasers. USA Navy Grumman EA 6B Prowler G 128, 163890
Photo ID: 161460
VAQ-134 "Garudas", NAS Whidbey Island, Washington. Grumman EA-6B Prowler, the last in the active United States Navy fleet, flies in formation with two of her replacements, the Boeing EA-18G Growler. Thank you for your faithful service, Prowler!
Photo ID 160490 by Aaron C. Rhodes. USA Navy Grumman EA 6B Prowler G 128, 163890
Photo ID: 160490
NAS Whidbey Island's last Prowler taxis by the crowd to drop off its special passenger, Captain (R) Fred Wilmot, who flew the first EA-6B to NAS Whidbey back in 1971.
Photo ID 160429 by Aaron C. Rhodes. USA Navy Grumman EA 6B Prowler G 128, 163890
Photo ID: 160429
After a wing-wag goodbye to the crowd, the last US Navy EA-6B Prowler blasts off heading for its final resting place as a display at NAS Point Mugu, California.
Photo ID 160385 by Mark Munzel. USA Navy Grumman EA 6B Prowler G 128, 163890
Photo ID: 160385
The end of Navy Prowler operations -- Whidbey Island's last EA-6B, from VAQ-134 "Garudas," departs for preservation at Point Mugu.
Photo ID 151388 by mark forest. USA Navy Grumman EA 6B Prowler G 128, 163886
Photo ID: 151388
EA-6B know as "Penelope" was one of three Prowlers detached for the ME excrcise on Nellis AFB mid December 2012.
Photo ID 134690 by John Higgins. USA Navy Grumman EA 6B Prowler G 128, 158542
Photo ID: 134690
"Outlaw 502" a VAQ-141 Shadowhawks EA-6B Prowler gets airborne from cat #2 on-board USS Theodore Roosevelt, for another mission over the beach in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom
Photo ID 96156 by Mark Munzel. USA Navy Boeing EA 18G Growler, 166930
Photo ID: 96156
VAQ-141. Not many other bases where you can get sailboats in the background of your photos!
Photo ID 85415 by Peter Boschert. USA Navy Boeing EA 18G Growler, 166930
Photo ID: 85415
Brand new VAQ-141 "Shadowhawks" Sunrise onboard USS GEORGE H.W. BUSH CVN-77, CVW-8
Photo ID 73757 by Peter Boschert. USA Navy Grumman EA 6B Prowler G 128, 158542
Photo ID: 73757
Onboard USS Theodore Roosevelt
Photo ID 73756 by Peter Boschert. USA Navy Grumman EA 6B Prowler G 128, 158542
Photo ID: 73756
Onboard USS Theodore Roosevelt
Photo ID 64451 by Brandon Thetford. USA Navy Boeing EA 18G Growler, 166930
Photo ID: 64451
VAQ-141 "Shadowhawks" EA-18G makes a fuel stop at NAS Ft. Worth.
Photo ID 62729 by Jaysen F. Snow - Midwest Tail Chasers. USA Navy Boeing EA 18G Growler, 166930
Photo ID: 62729
VAQ-141 "Shadowhawks", NAS Whidbey Island, Washington. Boeing EA-18G Growler taking turns in the pattern on runway 32R at NLC during an end of summer photo call.
Photo ID 61694 by Mick Balter - mbaviation-images. USA Navy Grumman EA 6B Prowler G 128, 158542
Photo ID: 61694
EA-6B of VAQ-141 taxiing aboard the "BIG STICK" for another mission on that day.
Photo ID 57308 by Gail Richard Snyder, III. USA Navy Boeing EA 18G Growler, 166930
Photo ID: 57308
VAQ-141 "Shadowhawks" Growler bouncing at Lemoore.
Photo ID 57026 by Jaysen F. Snow - Midwest Tail Chasers. USA Navy Boeing EA 18G Growler, 166930
Photo ID: 57026
VAQ-141 "Shadowhawks", NAS Whidbey Island, Washington. Boeing EA-18G Growler, the electronic warfare version of the Boeing F/A-18F Super Hornet meant to replace the Grumman EA-6B Prowler, climbs away from runway 32R at NLC after a practiced bolter.
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