RAAF works with VAQ-129

by Anthony Popp 21st April 2016


OAK HARBOR, Wash. (April 18, 2016) Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) Flying Officer Michael Hoddinett, RAAF Wing Commander Grant Fifield, RAAF Air Commodore Mike Kitcher, director, General Capability Planning, Capt. Scott Farr, commodore, Electronic Attack Wing, Pacific, and RAAF Flying Officer Spencer Harry pose next to Electronic Attack Squadron (VAQ) 129's EA-18G Growler 577, sporting an Australian paint scheme.


The VAQ community is excited to continue the partnership with Australia, both in EA-18G training and in our operational EA-18G squadrons. The RAAF will soon have this capability in the South West Pacific Area of Operations. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class John Hetherington)

Posted by WhidbeyLocal
Thursday, 21st April 2016, 02:33pm.
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