Author Topic: "The Future of Allied Air Power: The Royal Australian Air Force" - DRDC  (Read 3594 times)

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DRDC piece on the RAAF on this month's CFAWC email:
Philip II of Macedon to Spartans (346 BC):  "You are advised to submit without further delay, for if I bring my army into your land, I will destroy your farms, slay your people, and raze your city."

Reply:  "If."

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RAAF F-35s hit homeplate at Amberley for the first time.

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RAAF Growler fleet complete;

Australia now has full EA-18G Growler aircraft fleet
Australia has received the last of 12 EA-18G Growler electronic warfare aircraft ordered from the United States.

Australian officials on Friday officially welcomed a full fleet of Boeing EA-18G Growler electronic attack aircraft to Royal Australian Air Force Base Amberley.

RAAF Amberley, located in the state of Queensland, now has a complement of 12 two-seat Growlers. The first two aircraft arrived in Australia in February.

"We are the only country outside the United States operating the EA-18G Growler and the full fleet arrival represents a significant leap forward in joint electronic warfare capability," Minister for Defense Marise Payne said.

"The EA-18G Growlers will work with Army and Navy to deliver a networked joint force able to maneuver and fight in the electromagnetic spectrum."..

Lots more at DID:

Australia’s 2nd Fighter Fleet: Super Hornets & Growlers



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