The Pentagon's Joint Staff is taking a close look at its fleet of 125 EA-6B Prowler electronic combat aircraft to determine what adjustments may be needed to keep up with demand. The U.S. Navy is standing up the five joint EA-6B squadrons the Pentagon tasked it to create after the U.S. Air Force decided to retire its EF-111 jamming aircraft. The fifth and final squadron is to be established in October, but Navy EA-6B requirements officer Cdr. Kent Krech said yesterday that "there ...


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