The U.S. Marine Corps is about to embark on a study to determine whether and how the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter might serve as a replacement for aging EA-6B Prowler electronic warfare aircraft. The Marine Corps plans to fly its EA-6B until at least 2015, long after the Navy has started transitioning to the EA-18 Growler. However, Marine Corps officials realize that they, too, have to start crafting a Prowler replacement plan. In fact, although the prospective replacement is still a ...

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