Is the EA-6B still in service?

Following its last deployment in late 2014, the EA-6B was withdrawn from U.S. Navy service in June 2015, followed by the USMC in March 2019.

What replaced the EA-6B?

the Growler
Built to replace the EA-6B Prowler, the Growler is the first newly-designed electronic warfare aircraft produced in more than 35 years.

Does the Navy still use the a6?

It was phased out of front line service in the mid-1970s, remaining in use in reserve VMCJ units with the USMC and then the United States Navy in specialized VAQ units, primarily for training purposes. The last EA-6A had been retired by 1993.

How much does the EA-6B Prowler cost?

US$52 million
Northrop Grumman EA-6B Prowler

EA-6B Prowler
Primary users United States Navy United States Marine Corps
Number built 170
Unit cost US$52 million [citation needed]
Developed from Grumman A-6 Intruder

When was the EA-6B retired?

VAQ-134’s deployment aboard Bush was the navy’s final operational use of the EA-6B and eventually retired the plane in 2015.

Is the a 6 Intruder retired?

1997Grumman A-6 Intruder / Retired

Is the a-6 Intruder retired?

What replaced the a-6?

The A-6 was intended to be replaced by the McDonnell Douglas A-12 Avenger II, but that program was canceled due to cost overruns.

Is the a6 still flying?

The Grumman A-6 Intruder’s design lineage has finally come to an end after six decades of flying. It has finally happened. The EA-6B Prowler has officially been retired from service by the Marine Corps, the last operator of the type.

How many a6 Intruders were lost in Vietnam?

84 A-6 Intruders
A-6 Intruder – Operational History During the course of operations over Vietnam, a total of 84 A-6 Intruders were lost with the majority (56) downed by anti-aircraft artillery and other ground fire.