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A VAQ-136 (Electronic Attack Squadron One Thirty Six) "Gauntlets" E/A-18G Growler, 166936, puts the mains down right by the keys on the runway 31L concrete as it returns to NAS Fallon after completing a combat training sortie. The "Gauntlets' Growlers are out of NAS Whidbey Island and are currently assigned to Carrier Air Wing Two, USS Carl Vinson (CVN-70, Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, Bremerton, WA).


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Gary SchenauerPhoto Uploader
Lots of Growlers from different squadrons here at NFL. In addition to the "Gauntlets," there are "Cougars" and "Yellowjackets" here. Mixed pairs of Growlers are flying missions all day long.
Dave Sheehy
Excellent timing and snap! 5*
Another terrific foto Gary! 5*+
C.W. Reed
Even caught the distortion of the main gear tires from touching down! 10 stars! Thank you, Gary! Hoosier cheers!!
Tom Vance
Too cool Gman! yer just whoopin' us all.......great shot! Calendar material! 5x
Fiona Hunt
You have an awesome photo stream. Thanks, so much, for your comments, too. I'm slowly getting back to taking pictures. Hopefully the new season will bring some interesting planes. I hope you have a wonderful summer! :)
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