U.S. Approves Replacement Growler For Australia

RAAF EA-18G Growler.
Credit: Chen Chuanren
The U.S. State Department has given the go-ahead to sell a single Boeing EA-18G Growler to Australia to replace an aircraft written off after an engine fire in 2018. To be sold through Foreign Military Sales, the aircraft and various modifications are estimated to cost $125 million. In January 2018...

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