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 2021-12-06 GMT-5 hours   
Hi everybody,

it's been three years now that I am struggling with identifying some Growlers at Nellis AFB.
During Aviation Nation 2019, 4 Growlers were parked on the east side of the runway, together with some Hawkeyes.

Till now I managed to identify only two of those Growlers:
169137 / NL-540
168380 / NG-504

Does anybody have an idea regarding the ident of the other two Growlers?
Due to the heat haze, I am not able to read the markings on their tails.
This is all I got:
****** / NE-553
****** / NJ-505

Can someone help me out filling in the blanks?
It would be great to finally be able to close this chapter.

Thank you very much in advance!

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Johannes Berger

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 2022-02-28 GMT-5 hours   
https://www.airport-data.com/search/search2.html?field=model&search=Search&code=Boeing%20EA-18G%20Growler
Sorry
Now I depend on hotel's internet and of course it's sucks
I hope you'll find what you looking for
R/
Andrew

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 2022-03-04 GMT-5 hours   
Thanks Andrew,
I'll have a look!

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Johannes Berger

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 2022-11-07 GMT-5 hours   
Here is another link that might help:

https://www.aerialvisuals.ca/AirframeDossier.php?Serial=182066

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 2023-01-18 GMT-5 hours   
Hi Dave,

thanks, that is a very useful site indeed.
I often use it, as it contains quite some useful information.

Unfortunately none of the missing Growlers are listed on this website...

To be continued...

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Johannes Berger

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 2023-01-19 GMT-5 hours   
You've been busy ... https://www.scramble.nl/community/messageboard/18/148680

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 2023-01-19 GMT-5 hours   
And there's more ... https://www.fightercontrol.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?f=165&t=184028

Regards,

Johannes Berger

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