As the U.S. Navy moves forward with development of the Boeing EA-18G Growler electronic attack (EA) version of the Super Hornet fighter, the Marine Corps is preparing a plan to continue operations of the EA-6B Prowler, possibly beyond 2020. Navy Growler Program Manager Capt. Paul Overstreet says that the Marines expect to move at least 30 EA-6Bs from their base at NAS Whidbey Island in Washington to MCAS Cherry Point in North Carolina as they are replaced by Growlers. At an IQPC Defense ...

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