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Tactical Electronic Warfare Squadrons

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VAQ- Squadrons
VAQ-33 1968 - 1993 ..
VAQ-34 1983 - 1993 ..
VAQ-35 1991 - 1993 ..
VAQ-128 1997 - 2004 ..
VAQ-129 1970 - today ..
VAQ-130 1968 - today ..
VAQ-131 1968 - today ..
VAQ-132 1968 - today ..
VAQ-133 1969 - today ..
VAQ-134 1968 - 1995 ..
VAQ-135 1969 - today ..
VAQ-136 1973 - today ..
VAQ-137 1976 - today ..
VAQ-138 1968 - today ..
VAQ-139 1968 - today ..
VAQ-140 1968 - today ..
VAQ-141 1968 - today ..
VAQ-142 1988 - 1991 later VAQ-35
VAQ-142 1997 - today 2nd
VAQ-143 2015 - 20?? ...
VAQ-144 2016 - 20?? ...
VAQ-208 1970 - 1979 later VAK-208
VAQ-209 1977 - today ...
VAQ-308 1970 - 1979 later VAK-308
VAQ-309 1979 - 1994 ...
VAQW- Squadrons
VAQW-13 1968 - 1968 later VAQ-130

 

 

 

ARLINGTON, Va. - The Navy has tentatively scheduled the stand-up months for two new expeditionary electronic attack (VAQ) squadrons.

According to a source familiar with the electronic attack community, the new squadrons, VAQ-143 and VAQ-144, will stand up about January 2015 and January 2016, respectively.

The two squadrons have been requested by the Navy in the 2014 Defense Department budget proposal, which still is going through the legislative process in Congress. If funded, the units would bring to five the number of Navy expeditionary VAQ squadrons, which would be based at Naval Air Station Whidbey Island, Wash., home to nine of the Navy’s 10 carrier-based VAQ squadrons as well as one Reserve VAQ squadron.

The new squadrons will operate the Boeing-built EA-18G Growler electronic attack aircraft.

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last update 24. December 2013

written 24. April 2005

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