With the rollout of the first foreign EA-18G Growler, the U.S. Navy is considering a new payload for the electronic-attack aircraft based on lessons from recent operations in Libya and Syria. Boeing rolled out the first Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) EA-18G July 29 at the company’s final assembly facility here. The aircraft for the RAAF is identical to the U.S. Navy version, aside from the addition of an advanced targeting forward-looking infrared (ATFLIR) system and AIM-9X ...

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