In planning the future of the EA-6B Prowler fleet, operators in the U.S. Navy think the acquisition community, for once, has its priorities right. With the retirement of the last Air Force EF-111s late last summer, the Prowler is the Pentagon's only dedicated radar jamming aircraft. With the expanded responsibilities that go with being the sole provider of tactical electronic jamming, the Navy has had to increase its number of EA-6B squadrons to 19 from 14 and the number of aircraft ...

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