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ⓘ VAQ-133




VAQ-133
                                     

ⓘ VAQ-133

Electronic Attack Squadron 133 is an EA-18G Growler squadron of the United States Navy based at Naval Air Station Whidbey Island, Washington. Beginning in 2013, the squadron began the transition from the EA-6B to the EA-18G. Upon completion of the transition in spring of 2014, they returned to their attachment to Carrier Air Wing Nine. The squadrons nickname is "Wizards" and its radio callsign is "Magic".

                                     
  • Squadron 10 VAH - 10 was redesignated Tactical Electronic Warfare Squadron 129 VAQ - 129 the Navy s first Northrop Grumman EA - 6B Prowler squadron and the sole
  • squadron. In 1968 the VAQ designation was established to designate Tactical Electronics Warfare Squadron Prior to the creation of the VAQ designation there
  • disposed of by recycling on 4 August 2000. It s bell currently resides with VAQ - 209 which is currently on display in hanger 11.Hanger 11 is part of NAS Whidbey
  • Navy Electronic Attack squadrons carry the letters VAQ V - fixed wing, A - attack, Q - electronic Most VAQ squadrons are carrier based, however a number are
  • Squier - class transport ship during World War II Electronic Attack Squadron 136 VAQ - 136 also known as The Gauntlets is a United States Navy attack squadron
  • transport ship during the Battle of Guadalcanal Electronic Attack Squadron 135 VAQ - 135 is a United States Navy electronic attack squadron stationed at Naval
  • Fighter Squadron 151 VFA - 151 Vigilantes Electronic Attack Squadron 133 VAQ - 133 Wizards Carrier Airborne Early Warning Squadron 117 VAW - 117 Wallbangers
  • the first successful firing of the HARM from an EA - 6B was performed by VAQ - 131. It was soon used in combat - in March 1986 against a Libyan SA - 5 site
  • VA - 155, VF - 191, VF - 194, VAQ - 130, and VAW - 111 participated. CVW - 2 NE embarked. Aircraft from VA - 25, VA - 113, VA - 145, VF - 21, VF - 154, VAQ - 134, and VAW - 111 participated

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