NORFOLK NAVAL BASE, Virginia —The U.S. Navy is readying its first E-2D Advanced Hawkeye squadron for its first deployment next year after declaring initial operational capability for the carrier-based airborne command and control (C2) aircraft last week.  IOC was signed Oct. 10, signifying that the first five of the Northrop Grumman aircraft have been delivered and can be used for operational missions. This squadron, VMA-125, is slated to sail on the USS Theodore Roosevelt in ...

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